Can’t get rid of Virus from Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows 8 or Windows XP on your work computer? All the browsers ( Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome and so on) on my laptop/desktop have been hijacked by Click.sureonlinefind virus redirect thing, what do i do?

What is Http:// virus? How to Remove?

Sometimes, you may end up on a website that is either hacked or malicious in itself. One such domain is Http:// This particular domain is being used by hackers to generate traffic for various advertisers. Furthermore, the website works as a tracker and network referral ID in order to ensure that the traffic sent by partners is reaching its destination. However, the virus is not just used for this, but for a lot of other reasons too. You might want to search something on Google. But whenever you will enter search keywords, you will be redirected by this particular virus to some other landing page where there are lots of pop-ups and ads. You may also find sponsored search results too. However, the landing pages where you are directed to may also be infected or consist of malicious software and files that may infect your computer.

Examples of malicious files that are downloaded to your computer via such websites include Tracur, Pihar, DNS changing malware, Sirefef rootkit, ZeroAccess and other types of malware. What happens is that your homepage is changed. Your default settings as well as search engine is also set to something different and hence, your default browser is taken over by this virus. The Http:// virus hijacker has been developed by computer hackers to alter the default settings of the infected computers browser. With control of the homepage, they are able to direct users to pages that are filled with sponsored links and advertisements that pay the hackers each time an ad or link is clicked on. It is a browser hijack that has been developed and is spread throughout the Internet for one specific goal, and that is to make money. It is constantly mutated and changed by the developers, so programs such as AVG, Norton, McAfee, and Spybot are not able to detect the newest versions.

The Http:// hijacker infects computer users without even knowing, although they are technically agreeing to install it on their computer. This happens when it is packaged within a popular free download bundles and included in the automatic and “suggested” installation methods. The computer user is agreeing to the installation of this toolbar without even knowing because they failed to pay attention to the details of what the program was installing. For this reason we suggest that the custom installation is always done, and aside from the actual software that was downloaded do not agree to install any other settings or toolbars. They are all designed to change the default browser and send its users to pages filled with ads. It is quite annoying, and even though this attack doesn’t target personal or financial information harvesting, it is still important to remove it as quickly as possible.

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Screenshot of Http:// Virus Search Engine


How to Remove Click.sureonlinefind Virus Spyware Without Coming Back?

The Http:// hijacker virus can change the following browsers: Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. Any time they are opened the user will be forced to the website that is designed to look like a real search engine. When a search is performed the user will see that the results do not relate to their search term or phrase, and instead they have been directed to a site controlled by the hackers that contain the paid advertisements and ads that compensate them each time that they are clicked.

While this Http:// browser hijacker isn’t specifically designed to harm the computer, it can do serious damage if left alone. As time passes it will begin to attract more and more pop up ads and they will soon appear at such a rapid rate that it will actually begin to hurt the computers performance. The CPU usage will be used up and it can eventually lead to a system crash, losing all of the data on the computer that has not been backed up from an external source or cloud server. For complete removal instructions, see below.

Step A: Open Windows Task Manager to end process related to the domain. To do that, press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys at the same time to pull up Window Task Manager.

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 associating files and registry entries of Http:// Virus in Registry Editor as below:

%AppData%\[random thing]
%AllUsersProfile%\Programs\{random thing}\
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableRegedit” = “”.exe.dll

Video Guide On How To Remove Click.sureonlinefind Redirect Virus:


An anti-virus program is not going to be able to remove Http:// virus hijacker entirely. While it might help to uninstall the files, the browser settings are going to have to be changed back manually and set to the search engine of the users choice. This is usually one of the big three, Google, Bing, or Yahoo.

Not everyone uses the Internet on a regular basis, so it is possible to not detect the Click.sureonlinefind hijacker right away. It is important to always be aware of how the computer is operating in terms of speed when shutting down the machine or starting it. If it is acting sluggish and taking more time than normal there is a chance that there is a virus installed. Take the proper precautions and the Http:// hijacker can be avoided.

Note: Have no clue on how to get rid of this redirect virus as it changes fast? Please contact YooSecurity Online Experts now to save your computer from all the troubles and future consequences.

Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on August 24, 2013 3:09 am

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