How to Remove servads.com Pop-up Virus? (Redirect Virus Removal Guide)

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How to Remove servads.com Pop-up Virus? (Redirect Virus Removal Guide)

Postby Autumn » 2012-09-21 3:03


Have no idea why keep being redirected to servads.com and why keep receiving numerous pop-up ads? Being eager to find an efficient way to fix web browser, but in vain? This article provides you with the best way to remove servads.com completely. Read more.

What is servads.com?

servads.com is a notorious browser redirect virus that can frequently pop up servads.com or many ads boxes via modifying default Internet Setting and DNS setting.

Why get infected with servads.com?

Users may get this infection via visiting insalubrious websites, receiving spam emails or downloading fake nasty applications.

What can servads.com result in?

1) servads.com is able to affect all kinds of browsers including Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

2) Keep popping up servads.com and other annoying ads box.

3) servads.com contains rootkit and Trojans which can automatically record your online behaviors to steal personal information and confidential data. These confidential information then be transferred to remote server. Your personal information will be in high risk of exposure to public.

4) servads.com may mislead you to open more sites unwanted and download some malware applications.

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It's really annoying and dangerous to get infected with servads.com and to keep being redirected to this website. You're highly encouraged to remove this redirect virus as soon as possible if you have faced such problems mentioned above. This step-by-step removal guide will tell you how to do it. Read More.


servads.com Removal Guide


Important Note: 1) Before you start to remove servads.com, please make sure you have saved all files and backed up system files.


Step 1> Download and install Anvi Smart Defender (Highly Recommended) to fully scan your computer and remove all malicious material.


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Step 2> Reset your Internet Explorer.

To do this, you need to open your Internet Explorer->Click Tools->Internet Options->Advanced->Reset->Click Yes to save the change.


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Step 3> Reset homepage.


* Internet Explorer

Open Internet Explorer->select Tools->Internet Option->General.

You have two options. One is to set homepage as a blank page. The other is to set a certain website (Just type a website into the address box) as the homepage. Then click OK to save the change.

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* Mozilla Firefox

Open Mozilla Firefox->Tools->Options->General->Startup

You have two options. One is to select when Firefox Starts Show a blank page and then click Ok to save the change. The other is to set a certain website (Just type a website into the address box) as the homepage. Then click OK to save the change.

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* Google Chrome

Open Google Chrome->Wrench Icon->Options->Basics

On Startup area, select Open the home page. Then navigate to the Home page area, you also have two options here, please refer to Mozilla Firefox homepage reset guide.

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Step 4> Check the LAN settings of your browser.

servads.com may alter your Internet settings to block you from accessing other security websites, so you need to change the settings back first.

Open your Internet Explorer> click on Tools(gear bar if you’re using IE9)> select Internet Options> click on Connections> click on LAN settings and check whether the check box under Proxy server option is checked, if yes, uncheck it and click OK to complete.

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Step 5> Check your hosts file and remove any malicious entries. Hosts file locates on C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\etc\hosts. Then there will come out hosts files and hosts backup files. Open both of them in the form of notepad and then make sure the hosts file is in accordance with the hosts backup file.

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Should there is no backup host files in your computer, please open Host Files with Notepad. The default host files should be only one line:127.0.0.1 localhost in Windows XP and 127.0.0.1 localhost ::1 in Windows Vista, if there're more lines, please delete all of them and save the change.

Step 6> Check DNS (Domain Name Server) settings

To do this, you need to go to Control Panel->Network Connections->Local Area Connection->Right-click Local Area Network icon and select Properties->Select Internet Protocol(TCP/IP) and Click Properties once again. A window showed below will display:

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Select “Obtain an IP address automatically” and “Obtain DNS server address automatically”.


Step 7> Remove servads.com add-on from your web browsers.


* Internet Explorer

To do this, you need to open Internet Explorer->Tools->Manage Addons->Disable servads.com related addons or disable all unverified addons.

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* Mozilla Firefox

To do this, you need to open your Mozilla Firefox->Tools->Add-ons->Extensions->Find servads.com related extensions or disable all unverified extensions.

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* Google Chrome

To do this, you need to open your Google Chrome->Wrench Icon->Tools->Extensions->Unclick the Enabled to disable servads.com Extension and then click the Bin button to remove it.

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Here also provide you with a very simple way to help you block this website


Anvi Ad Blocker by Anvisoft is designed to help users block malicious/unwanted websites, risky pop ups and banners.

Download Anvi Ad Blocker->install and run Anvi Ad Blocker->click MORE on top right of its main screen and then select Settings->Select Black List->click Add URL and type servads.com into the input window->Click OK to save the change.

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Re: How to Remove servads.com Pop-up Virus? (Redirect Virus Removal Guide)

Postby Web Makers » 2012-12-12 8:01

Google redirect virus is challenging to get rid of due to its capability to hide deep inside the operating system as well as its potential to eliminate traces and footprints on how it got inside the computer. As of nowadays, not a single security application in the industry can guarantee 100% protection from this infection. This explains, why your pc got infected even having a safety software installed.
Some computer users know that Google redirect virus is just not a virus, but in fact a rootkit.

Rootkit infections unlike other virus, spyware or trojan infections are really difficult to get rid of. In most cases, google redirect virus rootkit is seen related to Trojans which makes it a lot more deadly. In accordance with a 2011 report, Google redirect virus have currently infected 45,00,000 computers worldwide, out of which 1/3rd is from US.

Some symptoms that you are having this virus on your PC:

* Browsers freeze
* Pages not loading at all
* Google/Bing/Yahoo searches redirected to malicious site/s
* Some programs won’t respond
* Internet connection brakes itself
* Terrible adds popping on visited webpage/s

If you have these symptoms on your Computer, I suggest using safe and respected software program as the 1 I've provided below. The Google redirect virus removal tool deals with malware infections that lead to Google redirect virus symptoms and are so difficult to detect and fix.
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