Happili virus

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    May 07, 2012 10:39 AM GMT
    This damn thing has cropped up and its basically a redirect virus. It seems it is a most prevalent one and hard to get rid of. Anyone have a successful route? I wish we could blast Happlil and LJC Media until they plead for mercy (which will NOT even be considered). Thanks.
  • 4sport

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    May 07, 2012 2:01 PM GMT
    Here is a link with specific instructions on how to get rid of it. I have not tested this. Good luck.

    http://www.myantispyware.com/2012/04/13/how-to-remove-happili-com-redirect-virus/
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    May 07, 2012 10:54 PM GMT
    4sport saidHere is a link with specific instructions on how to get rid of it. I have not tested this. Good luck.

    http://www.myantispyware.com/2012/04/13/how-to-remove-happili-com-redirect-virus/


    Thank you!!
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    Jun 03, 2012 2:49 PM GMT
    Now it seems a scourge of these difficult to detect redirects are happening. Im now infected with beesq - and I have got to figure out how to kill that one. And there are more coming - just watch!
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    Jun 03, 2012 2:54 PM GMT
    Next time you go looking for porn, please stop clicking on all the adverts.

    Suspicious email? Don't download anything.

    Random pics of hot guys on the sidebar that "want to hook up in your area"? Please look away.


    In the YEARS I've had my own computer (that no one else was allowed to regularly use) I've never gotten a single virus/trojan/etc. It's not that difficult.


    Also - might not be a bad idea to just run Malewarebytes anti-maleware a couple times. Might catch a few things.

    What antivirus are you using? (I'd suggest Avast as I'm rather sick of AVG right now and don't really know others too well. Paying for antivirus is just silly)
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    Jun 03, 2012 3:40 PM GMT
    Sill me thought this was about a medical condition. Thanks for the reminder to run the anti-virus software. Comcast provides free Norton as part of its over the top monthly rates.
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    Jun 05, 2012 11:52 PM GMT
    Cobalt saidNext time you go looking for porn, please stop clicking on all the adverts.

    Suspicious email? Don't download anything.

    Random pics of hot guys on the sidebar that "want to hook up in your area"? Please look away.


    In the YEARS I've had my own computer (that no one else was allowed to regularly use) I've never gotten a single virus/trojan/etc. It's not that difficult.


    Also - might not be a bad idea to just run Malewarebytes anti-maleware a couple times. Might catch a few things.

    What antivirus are you using? (I'd suggest Avast as I'm rather sick of AVG right now and don't really know others too well. Paying for antivirus is just silly)


    Comcast Norton and I dont do the adverts or hot guy sidebars. They dont lead to anything Im sure.
  • jim_sf

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    Jun 05, 2012 11:58 PM GMT
    Malwarebytes has good stuff, as does AVG. Always better to practice safe hex, though; Cobalt had some good suggestions on that front.