Keep receiving messages form Avast that "threat detected-- i.trkjmp.com/crossdomain.xml"? All browsers including Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox get infected with this infection? This post introduces the best way to remove i.trkjmp.com/crossdomain.xml. Learn more here and remove it thoroughly.
i.trkjmp.com/crossdomain.xml is a malicious website. Many computer users may get the threat warning of i.trkjmp.com/crossdomain.xml with no apparent reason. Anti-virus programs like Avast or Norton detect it all the time and the threat warning message keeps popping up to tell users that their computers are at high risk. The warning message pops up whenever users go to any webpage, which is very annoying. trkjmp.com/crossdomain.xml contains rootkit and Trojans which can automatically record your online behaviors in order to steal personal information and confidential data such as bank account information, credit card information, social security number. These confidential information then be transferred to remote server. Your personal information will be in high risk of exposure to public if your PC is infected with i.trkjmp.com/crossdomain.xml browser hijacker virus.
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You're highly encouraged to remove this infection from your computer as soon as possible. Anti-virus programs cannot remove i.trkjmp.com/crossdomain.xml from your computer automatically, so you need to remove this annoying malicious infection from your computer manually. This step-by-step manual removal guide will tell you how to do it. Read more.
i.trkjmp.com/crossdomain.xml Removal Guide
Important Note: Before you start to remove this pop-up virus, 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 files.
Step 2> Remove i.trkjmp.com/crossdomain.xmladd-on from your web browsers.
* Internet Explorer
To do this, you need to open Internet Explorer->Tools->Manage Addons->Disable i.trkjmp.com/crossdomain.xml related addons or disable all unverified addons.
* Mozilla Firefox
To do this, you need to open your Mozilla Firefox->Tools->Add-ons->Extensions->Find i.trkjmp.com/crossdomain.xml related extensions or disable all unverified extensions.
* Google Chrome
To do this, you need to open your Google Chrome->Wrench Icon->Tools->Extensions->Unclick the Enabled to disable i.trkjmp.com/crossdomain.xml Extension and then click the Bin button to remove it.
Step 3> Check the LAN settings of your browser.
i.trkjmp.com/crossdomain.xml 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.
Step 4> 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.
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 5> 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:
Select “Obtain an IP address automatically” and “Obtain DNS server address automatically”.
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