Go.Speedbit.com redirect is tormenting me. It totally controls my Internet Explorer. It is just like a demon that it keeps showing me what I don’t want. Anytime I open my browser, it is there ready to kill me. I am going to be driven crazy by it. It displays too much advertisements and popping ups on my computer. I do have tried many ways to delete it but it just keeps getting back. How can I remove it?

Go.Speedbit.com Redirect Introduction

Go.Speedbit.com redirect, as a new comer of browser hijacker group, is an updated one by cyber criminals to invade browsers such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome, etc. Like what other browser hijacker viruses do, this one also disturbs computer users by giving them too many pop-ups. Though they seem to be normal webpages that displays advertisements they are not safe enough to visit. It is other than annoying but also dangerous to visit those sites. Why the redirect virus displays those sites? There must be reasons. Obviously, it is trying to promote those webpages by displaying them to users which may cause clicking and redirecting them to related domain sites. In other words, the pop ups and the virus which takes your homepage cooperate and try to gain profits from computer users.

Why we call the Go.Speedbit.com redirect a virus? Computer virus is known to be a process written by some people to change computer settings, cause troubles to normal programs, and trace other activities on the target PCs to collect useful data. Those people can analyze the information from the virus and get what they need. This redirect thing, it gets into your computer without the permission from you. It changes your homepage to its own site and refuses you to change it back. It causes endless popping ups that lead computer users to hit the roof. And it causes various kinds of other problems on the compromised computers.

The redirect virus will not only cause those superficial troubles like popping ups and change of homepage but also do hidden tricks on the target computers. It records all your activities on the invaded PC and what you do, what you see and what you search will be accessed by the virus. The same to your system files data; it can also gain access to them. As it reacts to its creator’s command, it can collect your privacy and send them to remote cyber criminals when it is connected to the internet. Out of the system resource it occupies, your computer speed will be bad. More than that, some programs may not react or get troubles when you try to run them.

Screenshot of Go.Speedbit.com Browser Hijacker

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Problems Caused by Browser Hijacker Virus :

1. Your homepage, search provider, desktop backgrounds are changed;
2. Constant pop ups and new tabs of ads occur often;
3. It works badly when you try to run some usual software or programs;
4. Unknown websites are listed in the bookmarks without your intention or notice;
5. Folder options, task manager, registry editing tools are disabled.
6. Advertisements from stranger companies start to appear out of nowhere.
7. The browser behaves unusually such as URL/link redirects will occur.
8. Unwanted and unknown Plug-in/extension or add-ons have been attached to the browsers.
9. Useless shortcuts are on desktop or creepy websites are added to favorites/bookmarks without your knowledge.

Computer users often get this redirect virus when they open the attachments of some unknown or strange mails. You need to take care when you install or download any software online. Be careful when you are going to click on back links on a page. You may also realize that the promote part under the search bar changes all the time. What it displays there is trying to lead you to click on it and redirect you to an unsafe page. And on those pages you are never careful enough because they are full of unstable factors and unsafe contents. Many computer users realize how annoying it is but they have no way to get it off from their computers because it will be back all the time after removal. Are you trying to find an efficient way to remove it completely and get the control of your browsers back?

Note: Manual Removal, though is the most effective way to remove the virus, requires expertise and which is for advanced users, if you don’t have much experience in dealing with redirect virus. Contact YooSecurity Online PC Experts for removal assistance.

Your computer might infect this virus via unsafe freeware, shareware or advertising-supported programs such as various browser add-ons or toolbars. Once it enters in your computer.

Manual Removal Step by Step Instructions

Step A: Open Windows Task Manager to end process related to the Go.Speedbit.com redirect redirect Virus. To do that, press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys at the same time to pull up Window Task Manager; go to Processes tab on top and scroll down the list to find.


Step B: Open Control Panel from Start menu and search for Folder Options. Go to Folder Options window, under View tab, tick Show hidden files and folders and non-tick Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) and then click OK.


Step C: Press Windows+R keys to pull up Run box and type in “regedit” to open Registry Editor.


Step D: Delete all these associated files and registry entries with this browser hijacker in Registry Editor. The registry files are listed randomly. Besides, you need to delete the infection files of the redirect virus from your system files to prevent it from coming back. Those files are named randomly also but may be different on different operating systems.

Step E: Change home page back from this unwanted Go.Speedbit.com redirect redirect virus on targeted browsers.


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Conclusion :

Ways that Go.Speedbit.com redirect spreads are nearly countless. Some common ways are similar to how you are being redirected by it. When you are looking at something on a site which is not that safe, you may click on any backlinks by mistake. And the virus is probably hiding behind the page and along with the opening of a new page it gets downloaded to your computer. Another way that is well-known is that when you download some programs, though they are good software, the provider of the download (if it is not the official site of the program) may be not safe. Cyber criminals often bundle viruses with some programs and upload them to the internet. When computer users download and install the software, the virus can be installed along with the process. After it settles down to your PC, the virus will try its best to seek out your system holes which can be invaded easily and lead other online threats to access the PC. If you don’t want to be further bothered by more and more problems, you need to get the crime culprit removed as quickly as you can.
Note: Have spent too much time in fixing the problem but failed? To avoid any mistakes, please contact YooSecurity Online Experts in time to save your computer.

Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on October 21, 2013 5:44 am

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