Remove body4u.diy.myrice.com virus

Please help me; I am having this problem since this morning. Windows firewall is constantly showing an alert that it is blocking body4u.diy.myrice.com. I have checked the reported IP address and noticed that it is the same IP address of my ISP. I am confused but the way I see it, body4u.diy.myrice.com is served on my ISP. Am I right? I am no computer genius so I am completely blind at this issue. There are times that body4u.diy.myrice.com is blocked from IP address 192.168.1.XX which occurs to me are local IP address of my machine.

I have done a search on Internet and found that only few incident of this body4u.diy.myrice.com virus. Nothing was written about this address, where it came from or how can I get rid of it. So, I run a scan using typical virus and malware remover such as Adaware. SuperAntispyware, Norton Power Eraser, and so on. So far, only NPE detects a non-virus threat. It is an adware or potentially unwanted program which I decided to remove. It didn’t stop Windows from showing an alert about body4u.diy.myrice.com.

I need help very badly.

Thanks
Jomar

2 Responses

  1. TechforAll says:

    body4u.diy.myrice.com

    Uninstall body4u.diy.myrice.com
    1. Open Windows Control Panel.
    2. Choose Programs (Uninstall a Program).
    3. It will open a list of installed programs, find body4u.diy.myrice.com or any related term and click on ‘Uninstall’.

    Remove body4u.diy.myrice.com in Internet Explorer:
    1. Open Internet Explorer.
    2. Go to Tools > Options.
    3. On General tab, proceed to ”Change search defaults” and click the “Settings” button.
    4. You will see a list of search providers. Select your desired search provider and click the button “Set as default” to replace body4u.diy.myrice.com.
    5. You may now remove body4u.diy.myrice.com from the list.

    Remove body4u.diy.myrice.com in Mozilla Firefox:
    1. Open Mozilla Firefox Internet Browser.
    2. On Google’s Search box, click the “arrow down” beside the logo.
    3. Select “Manage Search Engine” from the drop-down list.
    4. Choose your desired search default (like Google) and click the button “Move up.” It should be on the top of the list to set it as default.
    5. You can now remove other installed search engine.

    Remove body4u.diy.myrice.com in Google Chrome:
    1. Open Google Chrome.
    2. Click on Customized Icon on top right corner of the browser.
    3. Choose “Settings” from the drop down list.
    4. Select “Basics.”
    5. Click on “Manage search engines” under SEARCH settings area.
    6. Hover your mouse to a preferred search engine and click “Make default.”
    7. You can now remove body4u.diy.myrice.com by clicking on the X mark.

  2. Margaretta says:

    Furrealz? That’s maleurovsly good to know.