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Google redirect hijacker

Posted: September 21, 2011

Google redirect hijacker is a malicious browser hijacker that may redirect affected Internet users' search results on Google, Yahoo! and Bing to completely unrelated websites that include numerous annoying advertisements. Cybercriminals use Google redirect hijacker and click fraud components to produce botnets. Once the affected Internet user clicks on search results in Google or any other web search engine, he/she is immediately redirected to a website full of ads. If you face continuous redirects to unwanted websites, your computer system is infected with some malware infections such as ZeroAccess rootkit or TDL3 Rootkit/TDL4 Rootkit infections. You should remove malware threats associated with Google redirect hijacker to avoid constant redirects to unsolicited websites.

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