qtipr in windows 10

  1.    01 Apr 2017 #1

    qtipr in windows 10


    Hello, i have a problem with qtipr dot com it has infected my pc and keep adding a line of code to my browsers shortcuts that send me to it whenever i start the browsers.

    I tried to scan it with microsoft defender, microsoft anti malware and malwarebites, they all say that I am clean but if i remove the line of code from the browser shortcuts after about 10 min it is back.

    Can't find anything new in add/remove programs in control panel. I even installed a force remove program Revo uninstaller pro, it also can't find anythig to remove.

    If you can please help me remove this malware or whatever it is.

    Thank you
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  2.    01 Apr 2017 #2

    vladdeva said: View Post
    Hello, i have a problem with qtipr dot com it has infected my pc and keep adding a line of code to my browsers shortcuts that send me to it whenever i start the browsers.

    I tried to scan it with microsoft defender, microsoft anti malware and malwarebites, they all say that I am clean but if i remove the line of code from the browser shortcuts after about 10 min it is back.

    Can't find anything new in add/remove programs in control panel. I even installed a force remove program Revo uninstaller pro, it also can't find anythig to remove.

    If you can please help me remove this malware or whatever it is.

    Thank you
    Hi vladdeva and welcome to Tenforums.
    Please follow the instructions here to get rid of this browser hijacker:
    Remove the Qtipr.com Browser Hijacker (Removal Guide)
    .
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  3.    01 Apr 2017 #3

    Since the above tutorial doesn't have instructions for resetting the Edge Browser, please follow these instructions when you get to the "resetting browsers" section:
    Reset Microsoft Edge to Default in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Browsers Email Tutorials
    .
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  4.    02 Apr 2017 #4

    I tried other guides on how to remove it and they didn't work.

    This one has worked thanks alot for the help.
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  5.    02 Apr 2017 #5

    vladdeva said: View Post
    I tried other guides on how to remove it and they didn't work.

    This one has worked thanks alot for the help.
    Glad to hear it! Please mark the thread as solved. Cheers.
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  6.    15 Apr 2017 #6

    Hello sirs. I have the same problem as TS, and I followed the instructions of sir simrick, but the shortcut persists. Everytime I connect to the internet, or restart my computer, the infected browser shortcuts comes back. Any other solutions you can present? I tried searching on Google but most of the solutions said I have to download this and that but I grew scared of installing unknown programs from the internet. I'm asking here 'cause I can trust you guys.
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  7.    15 Apr 2017 #7

    Krimstix said: View Post
    Hello sirs. I have the same problem as TS, and I followed the instructions of sir simrick, but the shortcut persists. Everytime I connect to the internet, or restart my computer, the infected browser shortcuts comes back. Any other solutions you can present? I tried searching on Google but most of the solutions said I have to download this and that but I grew scared of installing unknown programs from the internet. I'm asking here 'cause I can trust you guys.
    Hi.
    Note in the removal instructions:
    When Qtipr.com is installed it will only modify the shortcuts of certain web browsers. The web browsers that this browser hijacker will target are listed below:
    Internet Explorer Chrome Firefox
    360 Chrome Sogou Explorer Opera
    Safari Maxthon QQ Browser
    Baidu Browser TheWorld Browser Liebao
    Tencent Traveler

    When this hijacker is installed, it will also install a Chrome extension called Easychrome. This extension will inject advertisements and display popup ads while browsing the web.
    Please completely remove these browsers from your system, including your Profiles, run Ccleaner Free on the browsers to remove all cache, history, cookies, download history, sessions, etc. (everything - but make sure you have your passwords written down first!).

    Open an Admin Command Prompt and enter ipconfig /flushdns [enter]

    Then follow the removal instructions again in posts #2 and be sure to reset Edge and Internet Explorer as well.

    Let us know how it goes.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  8.    16 Apr 2017 #8

    simrick said: View Post
    Hi.
    Note in the removal instructions:


    Please completely remove these browsers from your system, including your Profiles, run Ccleaner Free on the browsers to remove all cache, history, cookies, download history, sessions, etc. (everything - but make sure you have your passwords written down first!).

    Open an Admin Command Prompt and enter ipconfig /flushdns [enter]

    Then follow the removal instructions again in posts #2 and be sure to reset Edge and Internet Explorer as well.

    Let us know how it goes.
    LOL haha. Forgot the resetting browser things. Just did them and now my computer's fine Thanks very much.
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  9.    16 Apr 2017 #9

    Krimstix said: View Post
    LOL haha. Forgot the resetting browser things. Just did them and now my computer's fine Thanks very much.
    Cheers!
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

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