Being Redirected to 8.26.70.252 all the time (Browser Virus Manual Removal Guide)

Have you been redirected to the IP address 8.26.70.252 lately for no reason? Does the appearing website look like a real search engine? Have you got any idea of how to get rid of it? This browser redirect virus needs a manual removal. Keep on reading for more information.

Overall Description:

8.26.70.252 is categorized as a nasty browser hijacker that will redirect all the searching results forcibly and automatically. You may often come across this unwanted page once being infected. But have you got any idea of where it comes from and how it sneaks into your computer? This hacked IP is connecting to a malicious website which pretends to be a real search engine. Cyber criminals use this kind of browser redirect virus to get your personal information and steal your money from your bank account. This virus is spread and infected via social networks. In other words, once a Trojan virus injects malicious codes within your computer, it will assist this virus access into your computer through backdoor activities without your permission. When the infection is done, you may feel your browser is working inappropriately. Your online searching will be redirected to this fake IP address 8.26.70.252. It appears as a normal search engine trying to help you find more interesting topics and categories. The listing results are actually some hacked links and websites. Be careful when you click on them. More viruses, worms, bugs, spyware and ransomware will be downloaded and installed automatically in your computer. Before you know it, you will be facing numerous pop-up alerts and windows asking for money. To stop this pain, please start removing this redirect virus as soon as possible.

A Webpage Screen Shot of 8.26.70.252

Your Computer is in Highly Risks:

1. Personal privacy will be captured and used in Internet crimes;
2. Annoying pop-up advertisements often trick users to download and install fake malwares;
3. Other viruses and ransomware will be installed without your permission under the help of Trojans;
4. Significant files, folders and system data will be hidden from you;
5. Infected files will be scattered in your disks pretending to be legitimate ones so that antivirus tool cannot detect them.

A Step-by-step Removal Instructions:

Below are several steps to follow (for computer advanced users only). Before you do anything, please spend some time on making a backup in case you might lose important files. Then start to follow the instructions here:

1. Open Control Panel from Start menu and double click Folder Options.
2. Then click on View, select Show hidden files and folders.

3. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del on your keyboard at the same time or right click on bottom task bar to open the Windows Task Manager;

4. End the process 8.26.70.252;

5. Find out and delete all these associating files:
%AppData%\Protector-[rnd].exe
%AppData%\result.db
%AllUsersProfile%\{random}\
%AllUsersProfile%\{random}\*.lnk

6. Find out and remove all these associating registry entries:
HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run Regedit32
HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer\DisallowRun HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\{rnd}
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current\Winlogon\”Shell” = “{rnd}.exe”

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Note: If you don’t have much computer knowledge and have failed to do the removal by the instructions above, please contact YooCare/YooSecurity now for an immediate help.

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