How to remove Search Deals by Injekt

Recently, I noticed that when I am searching anything on Google, Bing, and Yahoo, a thing called Search Deals by Injekt displays on top of the results. At first, it was just a link that does not bother me that much so I just let it there. However, observe that it must be connecting to some web site and have upgraded itself. My antivirus program detects malicious traffics that I just ignored.

Now, Search Deals by Injekt is a huge advertisement on the browser. It is very annoying that it sometimes covers half of the screen. I do not need Search Deals by Injekt especially that I can see all ads displayed are irrelevant to the search terms. It is simply a very bothering program that every user will wanted to get rid of.

Please advice on the proper way of removing this adware on my computer. My scan with antivirus program finds no result. Probably Search Deals by Injekt is not a virus, but the way it manipulates my PC is more than a virus infection, for me at least.


  1. chester_sy

    Below is a typical removal for adware. If this procedure doesn’t totally eliminated “Search Deals by Injekt”, please run AdwCleaner on the computer. This free tool can detect and delete even hard to remove adware.

    Uninstall “Search Deals by Injekt” from Microsoft Windows
    1. Open Windows Control Panel.
    2. Choose Programs (Uninstall a Program).
    3. It will open a list of installed programs, find “Search Deals by Injekt” or any related term and click on ‘Uninstall’.

    How to remove “Search Deals by Injekt” on Internet Explorer
    1. Open Internet Explorer.
    2. On top menu, go to Tools > Manage Add-ons.
    3. On right panel look for “Search Deals by Injekt” entry and click on Disable button to stop the service.
    4. You may now restart Internet Explorer.

    How to Uninstall “Search Deals by Injekt” in Google Chrome
    1. Open Google Chrome Internet browser.
    2. Click on Settings (three horizontal bars icon or wrench icon for old versions) or ‘Customize and Control Google Chrome’ button located on top right corner of the browser.
    3. Click on Tools > Extensions from the drop-down list.
    4. You can see “Search Deals by Injekt” from the list of installed extensions; remove it by clicking on the ‘Trash’ icon.
    5. Please restart Google Chrome.

    How to Remove “Search Deals by Injekt” in Mozilla Firefox
    1. Open Mozilla Firefox Internet browser.
    2. On top menu, go to Tools > Add-ons.
    3. Remove “Search Deals by Injekt” from the list of installed add-ons.
    4. Restart Mozilla Firefox.

  2. Cori

    I had this problem on Firefox and tried a number of things, including running malwarebytes, etc. After researching I found out that the “Tube Dimmer” add on can do this. Go to Firefox tools (do an F10 to get the menu with tools to show at the top of page), select “Add Ons”. I deleted “Tube Dimmer” then restarted my computer. No more Search Results by Injekt!! Victory!

  3. Jsmith

    Thanks Cori. That’s exactly what was causing the ad by Injekt.

  4. Ash

    I had the same problem on FF and the add-On that caused was Webstroide (which i don’t recall ever installing), removed it and no more Injekt :-)

  5. david

    i did remove it on Google chrome like you mentioned above but each time i close and open chrome it comes back ??????

  6. Ali

    Thanks Cori. Excellent catch! Tubedimmer was the culprit.

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