is a search engine that will take control of your web browser. It is distributed through the installation of PUP or fake software update! Example of a fake Java update: http://forum.malekal.com/supprimer-aartemis-t45434.html
In this article you will learn how to get rid of Artemis.com!
Step 1- AdwCleaner by Xplode
AdwCleaner is a tool created specifically for disinfection of adware:
- Download AdwCleaner (by Xplode) on the desktop.
- Launch the program and click on Remove and for the scan to be completed. You may need to restart the computer after the scan.
- Once the removal procedure is complete, a report will be generated.
Step 2- Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware
is a disinfection tool known for its effectiveness. It can help remove residue left behind after a scan with AdwCleaner, or handle other types of infections.
- Download Download Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware (By Rubber Ducky) on the desktop.
- Install the software.
- Make update (Click on the "Updates" tab and then "Search for updates").
- Launch a full scan.
- Once the scan is complete, click on "Show results".
- Select all detected items (some are not checked by default) and click "Remove Selected". If prompted to restart the PC, accept!
Step 3- Clean your web-browsers
- Uninstall parasite extensions:
- Under Firefox: Go to Tools > Add-ons > Extension tab.
- Under Google Chrome: Click on the menu at the top right and then Tools > Extensions.
You should be careful when installing free programs, as many of them are bundled with PUPs.
- Read the EULA before installing a software and always download programs from official sources.
- On the other hand, if you use Avast! or AVG, remember to enable the detection of PUPs.
- WOT can help you to filter websites distributing harmful programs: http://en.kioskea.net/faq/7386-wot-web-of-trust.
SpyHunter - Beware of fake security blogs!!
- When you perform a Google search on Movie Toolbar- Fake security blogs are displayed in the result pages
- These sites offer disinfection solutions in the form of a fix (specific tools).
- This fix turns out to be a paid anti-spyware (Spyhunter or Spyware Doctor)!
- These fake security blogs earn money for each successful installation or sale of the anti-spyware.
- If you have installed SpyHunter or Spyware Doctor, it is recommended to uninstall these softwares, as free alternatives exists.
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