Sendori virus removal

Hi to everyone, I have a question about a thing called Sendori. Anyone here knows if this is some kind of a virus? I just noticed that after having files like sendori.exe, sendoritray.exe and sendori.dll on my computer, browsers are starting to show underline words whenever I am surfing the web.

When I hover on those links, it points to some pages like Amazon, Bestbuy, Walmart, and other types of merchant web sites. My anti-virus program was not able to detect anything bad on my computer. Although, running online scan identified a link securelink.sendori.com as malicious. I cannot figure our whether Sendori is a virus or just plain advertising program downloaded onto my computer.

Please advice on what to do. How can I remove this Sendori if ever it is a virus that cannot be identified by my anti-virus software? Are there any special removal tools for his redirect or hijacker thing? I know that sendori is not invasive and will not harm any files on my computer. However, I find the blue underline thing annoying whenever I am browsing the web.

Thanks,
Gemma Lee

4 Responses

  1. John says:

    I noticed the same thing this morning have no idea where this came from. Let me know if you were able to resolve.

  2. Fred says:

    Its probably an advertising malware thing. It puts a bunch of blue underlines under words which send you to amazon or other shopping sites. These are probably malicious. Sometimes when I look up something in the omnibox, the top says securelink.sendori and a bunch of numbers and letters, and google chrome says it can’t load the webpage

  3. Amirsa says:

    Any suggestion on how to resolve this?

  4. Abdulrafiu says:

    That’s the perceft insight in a thread like this.