Have you ever come across the situation that Internet browser isn’t working properly anymore ever since it gets this weird home page – Feed.helperbar.com? Do you keep being redirected to its associating domain – isearch.babylon.com constantly while trying to surf online? Obviously, the browser is hacked by a browser hijacker. This browser issue can be very serious. Feed.helperbar redirect should be removed for the safety of the system.

Feed.helperbar.com Browser Redirect Description

Feed.helperbar.com (isearch.babylon.com) is categorized as a browser redirect virus that’s sponsored by babylon. This isearch.babylon.com itself is a browser hijacker as well. Computer users can come across this specific web site when surfing online. It looks like a regular webpage to many and also provides a search engine – Babylon search. This search engine will automatically replace the default ones after Feed.helperbar redirect virus has successfully installed on a computer/browser. It seems to function just like other common search engines with several categories including Webs, Images, Videos and News. However, cyber criminals are actually behind this browser hijacker and can benefit by taking advantages of it. One should be looking out for this Feed.helperbar redirect virus and try to stop it once getting attacked by this hijacker.

Once entering Feed.helperbar.com site, you will get a pop-up of this isearch.babylon.com redirect virus domain. We can treat Feed.helperbar redirect as a combination or upgrade version of this Babylon search thing. It’s trying to promote this stubborn browser hijacker again by showing up in different name. There are many places that one can get this specific browser redirect virus especially free programs. Without your permission, this browser hijacker can get itself through to a computer. Internet browsers including Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome browser will be the first to be targeted as well as the first places you are about to see this Feed.helperbar.com redirect. Not only the browser start-up page, but the default search engines will be automatically replaced to this isearch.babylon.com domain and Babylon search engine. By preventing you from accessing other web sites online, this browser hijacker is trying to get you online from its given search engine which is believed to be sponsored by unfriendly third parties. Imagine how many other viruses are hidden among the results given by this Babylon search. And worst ever, your browsing histories will be recorded and privacy will be collected by third parties.

Notice: Considering all these consequences brought up by this Feed.helperbar.com redirect, one should remove it for good. Contact YooSecurity Online PC Experts to get help on removing this unwanted browser pop-up off your PC as soon as possible.

Feed.helperbar/isearch.babylon.com Redirect Screen Shot


Feed.helperbar Redirect Characters/Consequences

1. Feed.helperbar.com redirect is specially associating with isearch.babylon.com hijacker.
2. It’s distributed through malicious web sites and free programs and can get itself installed without user’s consent.
3. Internet browsers will be hacked and default home pages and search engines will be replaced.
4. It will redirect you to other unwanted web sites and links online constantly where more viruses could be hidden beneath.
5. New tabs and unwanted ads can pop up constantly to interrupt the Internet surfing.
6. Personal privacy will be in risks since Internet environment isn’t safe anymore.

Step-by-step Browser Hijacker Removal Guide

To achieve a complete removal of this browser hijacker, manual removal is suggested here as a better solution as this Feed.helperbar.com redirect (isearch.babylon redirect) won’t be detected or removed by antivirus programs. Expertise will be required during the manual removal process as the associating files and entries can change and disguise themselves under different locations/covers.

Step A: Open Windows Task Manager to end process related to the Feed.helperbar.com (isearch.babylon.com) redirect. 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 Feed.helperbar redirect in Registry Editor as below:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableRegedit”

Step E: Change home pages back from the domain of this Feed.helperbar.com (isearch.babylon.com) redirect virus.

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Feed.helperbar.com or isearch.babylon.com is categorized as a browser hijacker problem that more and more computer users come across in these days even though their PCs have been protected by antivirus programs. The fact is, this browser hijacker can escape from many antivirus protections and still sneak into targeted computers to bring all the above troubles to annoy computer users. Whenever a browser is hacked by such redirect virus, it won’t act properly until the hijacker is removed. Visibly, you will get a new home page and search engine on the browser. And constant pop-ups will show when you try to get online. You will also be redirected constantly to unwanted places. Other than these, Feed.helperbar.com redirect can even help third parties collect valuable information from the targeted systems since we share lots of personal data online. Cyber criminals will benefit from these records putting our benefits and rights into dangers.

Note: Still cannot get rid of this Feed.helperbar.com redirect off the browser? Please contact YooSecurity Online Experts now to get help from professionals and to save the computer from this isearch.babylon.com redirect as soon as possible.

Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on June 6, 2013 4:19 am

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