Our readers usually call it the "Google redirect virus" or just simply the "redirect virus". However, it's not actually a virus but a combination of a Trojan horse and a rootkit. If you think or confirm that you've already got redirect malware, you can use anti-malware software to detect and remove it. Unfortunately, not all anti-malware programs are capable of removing malware that cause foodpuma.com, datingpuma.com and other redirects. You may need to use more than one to detect and completely remove it from your computer. Before you start downloading every possible anti-malware software you know, please follow our removal guides that have been created to help you to remove the "redirect virus": Remove Google redirect virus and ZeroAccess/Sirefef/MAX++ Rootkit Removal.
To avoid malware from infecting your computer, upgrade your operating system and all of your software to the latest versions. Simply turn on automatic updates if you often forget to check for new updates manually. Don't click on suspicious links and do not download files from a source that you don't trust. And finally, make sure you are running up-to-date anti-malware software. Browse safely!
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