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 Comments

  1. John

    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

    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

    Any suggestion on how to resolve this?

  4. Abdulrafiu

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

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