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Sunday, October 16, 2016

Fix: My Browser's Start Page And Search Is Changed To Youndoo's Automatically


Except you are the one who manually change the start page and default search engine to that of Youndoo's, it means that you computer has been invested by a malware which is referred to as Win32/Sasquor.




This malicious software Win32/Saquor has the ability to change the settings of a computer's software without you giving it any go ahead, and because of this, it is an high threat to children under parent control. Here we are going to explain how you can get rid of this threat from your computer without using a third-party application.

Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool, Windows Defender for Windows 10 and 8.1, Microsoft Security Essential for Windows 7, and Vista are all anti-malware utility that can help you get rid of Win32/Sasquor which automatically changed your browsers start page and the browser's default search to that of Youndoo's.

It is recommend that you run a full scan with any of these utilities available to your disposal because running a full scan will not only ensure that you remove Win32/Sasquor from your computer, it will also remove any other malware that if found in your computer that you might not be aware of.

Also you should know that Win32/Sasquor which changed your browser's Start Page and Search automatically have the ability to regularly checks for instructions from a remote server through HTTP when ever you are connected to the internet. And if instructed by the sever, Sasquor can download and execute additional malware files such as Trojan:Win32/Xadupi, BrowserModifier:Win32/SupTab, Trojan:Win32/Suweezy and others.

So Win32/Sasquor is not just modifying your browser, it is also a window or door for other malicious software to get into your computer, so you should not treat the automatic change in your browser lightly.

The Main Point
If your browser's start page and search have been changed to that of Youndoo's automatically, it means that your computer is now infested with a malware referred to as Win32/Sasquor.
To remove it, you should run a full scan of you computer with the latest version of any anti-malware utility, but the ones we are recommending are:
The latest version of any of these security utility can help you resolve this issue.

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