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My web browser may have been hijacked
Unfortunately, many of the software programs used to hijack a computer's browser are intentionally designed to be difficult to remove or detect. Below are recommendations on how these programs can be prevented and removed.
If you are running PC and you have noticed an unwanted program, try removing it through Add/Remove programs.
Any legitimate company's toolbars should be removable using the Add/Remove programs tool. Some examples of these toolbars include the Alexa Toolbar, ASK, Google Toolbar, Yahoo Toolbar, and Windows Live Toolbar.
Try alternative browser
Because Microsoft Internet Explorer is so widely used, switching to an alternative browser such as Chrome can significantly reduce the amount of spyware you get on your computer.
Extensions and Add-ons
Faulty extensions and add-ons running on top of Google Chrome can also affect the browser's functionality. Choose "Tools," then "Extensions" from the Chrome menu to see a list of installed extensions. Disable or remove the extensions one by one, restarting Chrome each time, to check if any of these tools are causing issues. If you do identify an extension that's causing a problem, contact the developer about an upgrade or bug fix.
Third-party Software It's possible that your anti-virus or firewall software is blocking Chrome and preventing it from accessing the Web. Check the settings within your installed security software, and update these programs to the latest versions, to make sure this is not the case. Alternatively, a malware infection may be blocking your Internet connection. Run a thorough system scan to look for problems and install an additional on-demand scanner -- such as Spybot Search And Destroy -- to locate and remove any sec