Remove ilitili.com virus (Removal Instructions)

ilitili.com is a tracking website that allows its authors to monitor your interestes, gather search terms, search volume and other information that could be valuable for ad networks.
Whenever you do a Google search,if your computer is infected with this adware program,it will first go to a ilitili.com page and only after submiting to the site owner your search terms,will load the Google page.Most of the users aren’t aware of the ilitili.com redirect because the website loads very fast, and then redirects the user to the Google coresponding page.

Article is edited by: yakura - 13-04-2018, 19:37

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Remove EXP/JS.Expack.DX and EXP.JS.Expack.EB (Uninstall guide)

EXP/JS.Expack is script contained within an exploit pack known as the “Cool Exploit Kit” and once it’s executed , it will install arbitrary malware on your computer.
Your computer has been infected with EXP/JS.Expack, after you have visited a malicious or compromised webpage containing this malicious script, which tries to install malware on your computer based on what programs you have installed.
If you have old versions of Java, Adobe Flash, or Adobe Reader installed on your computer,EXP/JS.Expack will deploy a script which will exploit known vulnerabilites in these software to install malware on it.
Exploit JS/Cooexp.A is the herusitic detection from Microsoft Security Essentials, however other vendors have tagged this malicous script as:
EXP/JS.Expack.DX
EXP.JS.Expack.EB
EXP.JS.Expack.GX
If you received a pop-up warning for EXP/JS.Expack while you were surfing a website, chances are that the threat was blocked and there’s nothing to remove, however if you suspect that a malicious file has been downloaded to your computer, we strongly recommend taht you perform the following removal guide.

Article is edited by: yakura - 13-04-2018, 19:30

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Remove OtShot adware (Virus Removal Guide)

OtShot is a potentially unwanted program, which is promoted via other free downloads, and while this program itself is not a virus, during its setup process users will be prompted to install adware and browser hijackers on their computers.

OtShot is a photo editing application that is typically added when you install another free software (video recording/streaming, download-managers or PDF creators) that had bundled into their installation this program. Very often users have no idea where did it come from, so it’s not surprising at all that most of them assume that OtShot is a virus. This program is also bundled within the custom installer on many reputable download sites, so if you have downloaded a software from these websites, chances are that OtShot was installed during the software setup process.

Article is edited by: yakura - 13-04-2018, 19:15

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