Monday, 24 October 2011

Remove (Uninstall Guide) is a ZeroAccess/Serifef-related browser hijacker that redirects users to spam and malicious websites. This rootkit injects malcode into legit Windows processes in order to bypass firewall detection. Usually, this sophisticated malware injects lsass.exe, nevertheless it may inject any other legit Windows process as well. ZeroAccess may randomly redirect you to and other websites full of advertisements and malware. It displays the correct location/URL in the address bar but loads entirely different website. Websites may take longer to load. In some cases this virus displays blank page instead of requested website.

If you're using Google Chrome, ZeroAccess may show an ad promoting WeLoveFilms community toolbar. This toolbar works with other web browsers too, but for some reason I've got this advertisement only in Google Chrome. Another very clear sign of infection is and active process that has the following structure: numbers:numbers.exe, for example 14336673:87263482.exe. To stop annoying redirects, you need to remove the rootkit. There's no other way. The bad news is that you can't remove it manually. What is more, ZeroAccess rootkit blocks legitimate anti-virus and anti-malware programs. Thankfully, you can disinfect your computer using two great utilities: TDSSKiller and ZeroAccess removal tool. Both are free and disables the rootkit. However, the second one works only on 32-bit systems. If you have a 64-bit system, please run only TDSSKiller. Then scan your computer with recommend malware removal tool to remove the leftovers of this virus and to stop For more information, please follow the removal instructions below. If you have any questions, please leave a comment below. Good luck and be safe online! removal instructions:

1. First of all, download and run ZeroAccess/Sirefef/MAX++ removal tool. (works on 32-bit systems only!)

2. Then use TDSSKiller.

3. Finally, scan your computer with recommend anti-malware software to remove the leftovers of this virus from your computer.
NOTE: if you get the following Windows Security Alert, please click on Unblock button. This alert is caused by ZeroAccess rootkit.

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