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Get rid of V9.com portal (redirect) all-in-one resource that proves to be all in all annoyance


    V9.com portal (hxxp://en.v9.com, hxxp://pl.v9.com, hxxp://search.v9.com) is posed as a set of tools brought into one spot, including search engine, links to most popular resources such as Facebook, various sections representing seemingly any part of human life. Such a handy stuff is annoying, and the reason is that it does not take into account user’s opinion as to whether its assistance is welcomed. Naturally most of the users are unhappy with this website, and those few happy need to take into account that it advances to the top of its searches results which are not the most relevant, but are paid as advertisement; moreover, the adware related to this resource is known to insert a link into such basic items as Start of your desktop so that clicking any item may trigger the above url.
    Removal of V9.com portal may require you to clean several items infected with relevant redirect code. Relevant free guide on how to remove V9.com portal adware is available below.

 

V9.com redirect issue screenshot

V9.com hijacker and redirect - how to remove?

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   Incomplete or incorrect extermination of files and  registry values constituting the infection, e.g. deletion of harmless files and registry entries instead of those specified below due to mistyping, is quite possible. Furthermore, resent observations on fake security tools have shown that this kind of malware might strike back, i.e.  make harm to computer system in response to attempt of deleting its components.
   If you are a Windows user, secure your computer system before proceeding to the adware extermination by means of system and registry backup prior to launching deletion of the adware components.

4 easy steps to remove malware:

Step1. System Backup

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Step2. Killing V9.com hijacker and redirect Processes (in Windows)

You must kill V9.com hijacker and redirect processes:

%Temp%\<random>.exe

How to kill prcesses.

Once system and registry backup is complete, make sure the infection you want to get rid of is not currently running any processes; otherwise kill its processes in the Task Manager.

Step3. Exposure and Detection and Deletion of V9.com hijacker and redirect Files

Once the targeted infection is idle, you need to find its relevant entries. Some of them might be hidden as the malware often attributes such value to its files in order to reduce the risk of their deletion.

%Temp%\<random>.exe
%StartupFolder%\ctfmon.lnk

*This malicious software creates the folders and files with random names, most likely you will not find in their files and folders with names such as in the example above, but they will look something like this.

 How to Expose and Detect Files

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  Step4. Delete V9.com hijacker and redirect System Registry Values

Edit System Registry deleting the following entries:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “[random].exe”
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