Browser Hijacked by, how to remove it manually? And I am not sure if this redirect this is real or a fraudulent domain, every time i open my browser such as Firefox or Google Chrome, this page pops-up and i kept redirecting to this web page. I am freaking out right now, as my anti-virus didn’t stop it from my brand new computer. How to get rid of this redirect thing permanently?

Defending Against The Redirect Virus (Also known as is a Google redirect search engine thing that can change your default homepage on Firefox, Google Chrome or Internet explorer. If you have been redirected to a different page when attempting to perform a search on Google, then there is a good chance that you might be the victim of the virus, which is a malicious browser hijacking virus. Any user that is on a computer that uses a Windows operating system, such as Windows 7, Visa, or XP is a potential target for this virus. Learn more to get it fixed.

If the virus hits your computer it will quickly change the browser settings and any time you attempt to venture to a new page it will send the user to the page, which is a dummy site mocked up to resemble a search engine. If a user tries to use the search function they will be sent to a corrupt page that will trigger an assortment of pop up ads, and could potentially also install more viruses on the computer.

It is quite simple for a user to be infected by this virus, and all it takes is one wrong click. An email attachment can easily contain the virus, as can images or videos on pornographic sites. Hackers are also notorious for installing these viruses on file sharing sites and they will put up fake download links to the latest movies or music. Unsuspecting users will click these links thinking they are going to be able to download free music or movies and instead they will end up ruining their computer because of a harmful virus.

Hackers are smart and they adjust quickly to the times. As TV streaming becomes more popular they are setting up sites that claim to show current TV series. This method is responsible for many infections and they appear to get the best results by staging fake sites that contain the hit TV shows from premium networks like HBO and Showtime. These are currently the top networks being searched for free streaming of their series. The redirect virus can easily by hid in a fake download link and the user will contract the virus immediately after clicking the link.

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Screenshot of Isearch.fantastigames 465 Redirect Virus

What Is The Virus Capable Of?

  • It will hijack the browser and replace it with the fake homepage. When used it will then take the user to advertisements or content locking pages that can also contain more malware.

The virus will also begin to download other viruses and spyware, all in an attempt to ruin the computers operating system and crash it.

  • Hackers will be able to gain remote access to the computer, and this will make all information vulnerable. They will search for personal information as well as financial information.
  • The computer will run slow, and as time passes it will eventually stop due to the redirect virus using up all of the system memory.
  • The constant redirection will become annoying, but it will not stop there. The virus will also begin to trigger the nonstop promotion of pop up ads. The only way to stop these will be to completely remove the virus entirely.

Guide on How to Remove The Redirect Thing Completely

As it is a redirect thing that didn’t stop many of your programs and files on the computer, so you don’t need to reboot your computer to get in safe mode with networking, you can resolve the problem in normal mode. To successfully and completely remove the last trace of it inside your system, first of all you need to turn it off through the Task Manager. Next manually get rid of browser hijacker from the registry editor. It will require better computer skills to do that. Any lack of experience could lead to unpredictable problems. Also, a backup of necessary files and programs is suggested if you don’t want to mess around with important data.

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.
Windows 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.
Folder Options

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

Step D: Delete all these associating files and registry entries of Redirect in Registry Editor as below:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableRegedit” = “”.exe.dll

Manual Video Guide On How to Remove The Browser Redirect Virus:


The virus is a typical browser hijacking attack that makes the computer accessible to the hackers and while the user is trying to figure out why it is running slow and redirecting the hackers will be downloading data and information hoping to hit the jackpot with banking details or other information they can use for fraudulent purposes. To make sure that the entire Isearch.fantastigames virus is removed it is a good idea to remove all of the files manually. To protect your computer in time, you are recommended to get instant help from YooSecurity PC experts 24/7 online.

Special tips: Still having problem with redirect thing after the manual removal following all the above steps? Have no idea on how to get rid of this browser hijacker as it changes fast? Please contact YooSecurity Online Expert now to save your computer from all the troubles and future consequences.

Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on February 21, 2013 6:20 am

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