redirect virus

Hi there. I would like to consult my present computer problem. My Internet browser is redirected to I don’t know how it happens. Before this, my computer begins to show some signs of virus infection. My security software blocks access to After that, I never saw any alerts. My antivirus may have been disabled after visiting the site. The page I mention is also the same page as

It affects my Internet Explorer and Firefox. Good thing that Google Chrome is not infected by this virus. Using hijackthis log as recommended by a friend does not help me solve the redirect problem. Is there any other tool you can suggest to stop the virus from delivering my home page to

Waiting for your response. Thank you very much.



  1. xman23 virus is a web site that contains many text links that some are malicious. You need to remove the program via Windows control panel. Additionally, you have to delete add-ons and extensions installed by the malware.

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

    Remove 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
    5. You may now remove from the list.

    Remove 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 in Google Chrome:
    1. Open Google Chrome.
    2. Click on the Wrench 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 by clicking on the X mark.

  2. Michelle

    Oh good, glad that worked aomctatiually! For now I’m just going to use the domain and WordPress hosting, I like the ease of use with them, and don’t really want to learn about, etc quite yet (baby steps, haha!) If we ever get big enough to have issues with WordPress hosting I’ll definitely be switching to something else, though.

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