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Wanna stop Isearch.safefinder pop-up from browser!

Asked by linlincen on 07/24/2014 at 7:13 AM

I tried various ways to stop Isearch.safefinder. net from showing up on the Firefox. Tries resetting the browser, didn't work. What else do I need do to? Any help will be appreciated!!


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  • Posted by brodyting on 07/24/2014 at 7:20 AM

    To deal with malicious pop-ups on the browser, you have to get rid of every piece of file belonging to this pop-ups, namely, registry files, start-up items, temp files, shortcuts, etc. After you finishing the cleaning job, reset the browser will be great, which helps you put everything in order and back to your familiar way. If you are concerned about making any mistakes or missing any harmful files, following a removal guide to get rid of ISearch.saferfinder. net pop-up is a good way. Hope this helps!

  • Posted by laurenceD on 04/13/2015 at 2:07 AM

    You should be clear that almost all suspicious search engine start with Isearch or websearch are labeled as browser hijacker or redirect virus. They replaces your home page and default search engine. They cause problems more than any benefits to your system so that you are often advised to eliminate them. Check over this. It helped.

  • Posted by Aleena1010 on 11/19/2015 at 11:26 AM

    Hi, pop-up is caused by a browser hijacker with name "". To remove the annoying pop-up, you nee to get rid of this browser hijacker from your PC completely. You have to remove its related program, files, folders & registry entries, and also reset your browser to its default settings. Now you can follow the step-by-step guide here to accomplish the removal of this browser hijacker.

  • Posted by mbush on 07/28/2016 at 4:00 AM

    Hello, all I can say is that your browser might have been infected with some potentially unwanted program. Kindly check for all extensions. Same was the case with mine some days ago. I reinstalled Google Chrome after going through the guide. see this working guide and try this. Good Luck

  • Posted by syracrysti on 07/29/2016 at 7:50 AM

    Hey folks, I found exactly similar issue when I clicked some spam messages that was mailed by unknown sender probably hackers...had to face torrid time until I came across this post to get rid of unwanted program.

  • Posted by hanfuge on 10/08/2016 at 9:24 PM

    If unfamiliar pages are opening up each time you start up Chrome, check in Chrome Menu > Settings > On Startup > next to the radio button for Open a specific page or set of pages, click on Set pages > remove any unwanted URLs by hovering over the URL until you see an "X" appear to the right side of the URL.
    If all searches that you perform in the omnibox are returning with results from a different search engine instead of your preferred search engine, check in Chrome Menu > Settings > Search > Manage search engines > check the list of Default search engines, Other search engines, and Search engines added by extensions, and remove suspicious entries that you are not familiar with. Depending on your extensions, you may not see the last section for Search engines added by extensions.

    To remove an unfamiliar search engine, make sure you select your preferred search engine first, and then remove the unfamiliar option.

    If an unfamiliar page opens up when you click on the Home button, check in Chrome Menu > Settings > Appearance > select the Show Home button checkbox > check the URL below it.
    Also check that there are no extensions installed that may be causing these changes. Go to Chrome Menu > Settings > Extensions > if you see any unfamiliar extension that you do not remember installing, try disabling/removing the extension to see it was causing these changes. To disable, uncheck the "Enabled" checkbox next to the extension. To remove, hover over the extension until you see a trash can icon appear, and click on the icon.

    For more details:

    Remove Browser Hijacker

  • Posted by xymaa on 03/12/2017 at 10:53 PM

    A type of redirect virus like

    Just go to the extensions tab on Google Chrome, on Configuration; then activate the Developer Mode. Exit Chrome, and enter again. Go to the Extensions tab, and under the ADWARE program tab, there must be a text where it says: "Loaded from:......." Click there, remove everything it is in there, and remove it again from the Recycle Bin. Restart Chrome, and you won't see this adware again.