Frustrated by fake Popups and Security Scans?

Search Engine Results Being Hijacked and Redirected?

You aren't alone.  Studies have shown that spyware will infect 9 out of every 10 computers.

Spyware will slow down your computer, bombard it with popops and fake security alerts, install additional malware and other instrusive programs, and can also log your keystrokes and browsing habits and send that information off to a remote server where a cyber hacker on the back end can sift through the data and use it to gain access to your bank accounts, credit cards, etc. and ultimately steal your identity.

The solution?  SpyHunter - the most trusted, most downloaded, and most decorated antispyware software ever.  And the only one that has proven to remove even the most malicious programs completely and consistently.

Complete Malware & Spyware Removal Instructions

  Click Here to Add This Page to Your Favorites  as you will be rebooting your computer and will need to return to this page after doing so.  You may also   Print this page    as well.

Please read these instructions entirely before proceeding...

1. Reboot your computer.   

2. Begin tapping the F8 key once your initial startup screen is displayed (your initial startup screen usually displays your manufaturer i.e. Dell, HP, etc. or might even display your hardware such as memory, hard drives, etc.)

3. Keep tapping the F8 key until you are see the menu shown below (if you see the "Starting Windows" screen then you didn't press F8 early enough, please reboot and try again and make sure to begin tapping F8 immediately once the intial startup screen displays):

Safe Mode with Networking
Safe Mode with Networking Menu

4. Once the menu appears, use the down arrow key on your keyboard to highlight "Safe Mode with Networking" and then press enter to begin the boot process.

5.  After your computer boots into "Safe Mode with Networking", you need to check if your Internet Access is being blocked or your searches redirected.

For Internet Explorer - open up Internet Explorer and click on the "Tools" menu at the top, then click on "Internet Options" which will be the last option at the bottom. Next you are going to click on the "Connections" tab at the top, then click on "LAN Settings" at the bottom and make sure that under the Proxy Server section that "Use a Proxy Server for your LAN" is unchecked.  Click OK twice to exit the Tools menu.

For Firefox - open up Firefox then click on the "Tools" menu at the top, then click "Options." Next you are going to click on the "Advanced" button at the top right, then click on the Network tab underneath that. Under the Connections section, click on the "Settings" button and then make sure that "No Proxy" is selected. Click OK twice to exit the Tools menu.

For Google Chrome - open up Firefox then click on the menu at the top right, then click "Settings." Next you are going to scroll to the bottom of the Settings page and click on the "Show Advanced Settings" link, then click on the "Change Proxy Settings" button under the Network section. Next you are going to click on the "Connections" tab at the top, then click on "LAN Settings" at the bottom and make sure that under the Proxy Server section that "Use a Proxy Server for your LAN" is unchecked. Click OK to exit the Settings menu.

6. Return to this page via the bookmark we created in step 1 and click the link below, or simply type the following link in your browser's address bar:  


 This will initiate the download and installation of SpyHunter. Once it is finished installing,  SpyHuner will automatically begin to scan your computer. When the scan is complete, click the "Fix Threats" button to allow Spyware Doctor to completely remove any rogue antispyware that has infected your computer.

***Please note that some extremely malicious versions of Rogue Antispyware can block your Internet as well as stop you from downloading or installing removal tools such as SpyHunter. If this happens to you, please contact the Spyware Removal Assistance Line as you likely will require expert help with removal:

Call Now 855-969-0795

Live technicians are available each day including weekends from 9am-11pm EST***

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Why can't I remove malware and spyware myself? 

Most malware infections are extremely complex. They place a large number of random files and registry entries on your computer. Because there are also legitimate Windows files that are random strings of numbers and letters, knowing which files to delete is near impossible (I know because I tried!) and if you delete a legitimate file that your computer needs this could lead to further problems, including causing your computer to become inoperable.

They also has the ability to recreate itself - meaning that unless all traces are removed entirely, it will simply reinstall itself each and every time you reboot your computer.

2.  Why use SpyHunter?

Out of all the different tools I tried, SpyHunter was the only one that completely removed the malware infections I had on my computer.  This is because, as I came to find out, SpyHunter uses advanced technologies that no other spyware removal software uses to detect and remove even the most intelligent and complex threats.

Also, just like me the reason we got infected was because we didn't have adequate protection to block it.  SpyHunter's award winning real time protection is known to be one of the best available at stopping attacks and infections before they can install on your computer.

SpyHunter has also won numerous industry awards and has several press mentions, including:

 Press Mentions 

3. How Do I Make Sure I Don't Get Infected with any other malware again?

There are several things you can do to help keep your computer clean of malware and rogue spyware:

  • Avoid questionable websites that contain pornography or gambling 
  • Avoid the use of torrent software and torrent websites i.e. Kazaa or Limewire 
  • Never open email attachments from anybody you don't know 

All of this being said, if you make sure you have antispyware software running on your computer that uses aggressive real-time protection methods to detect and block threats before they get a chance to infect your computer (i.e. SpyHunter) then the chance of you getting infected again, regardless of your activities, decreases exponentially.

Additional Spyware Information:

1. What is Spyware?

2. Common Spyware Infection Methods

3. Spyware Prevention

4. Spyware vs. Virus

5. Rogue Antispyware Programs