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this website "www.dinoraptzor.org" is always opens when i restart or bootup the OS.

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i am using Mozilla 68.0 on windows 10 and always happens this . maybe this just started when i login to the Firefox account to sync. Please let me know how i can resolve this problem as soon as possible. thankyou

i am using Mozilla 68.0 on windows 10 and always happens this . maybe this just started when i login to the Firefox account to sync. Please let me know how i can resolve this problem as soon as possible. thankyou
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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:68.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/68.0

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McCoy
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Hello jb,

Unfortunately you've picked up some malware, that you will of course want to get rid of.

Would you please do this :

Go to the Firefox menu (≡) => Options => Add-ons => Extensions and remove anything that looks unfamiliar or suspicious.

Do the same in Windows Control Panel.

Next step is to run malwarescans - further information can be found in this article :

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/troubleshoot-firefox-issues-caused-malware?cache=no

Run most or all of the listed malware scanners. They all work differently - what one program doesn't pick up, the other might.

Also see : these search results ….

Hello jb, Unfortunately you've picked up some malware, that you will of course want to get rid of. Would you please do this : Go to the Firefox menu (≡) => Options => Add-ons => Extensions and remove anything that looks unfamiliar or suspicious. Do the same in Windows Control Panel. Next step is to run malwarescans - further information can be found in this article : https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/troubleshoot-firefox-issues-caused-malware?cache=no '''Run most or all of the listed malware scanners'''. They all work differently - what one program doesn't pick up, the other might. Also see : [https://www.google.nl/search?authuser=1&source=hp&ei=uAguXZnSH43ewQL3141A&q=in+firefox%3A+how+to+get+rid+of++www.dinoraptzor.org&oq=in+firefox%3A+how+to+get+rid+of++www.dinoraptzor.org&gs_l=psy-ab.3...462.9570..10230...0.0..0.192.2665.29j4......0....1j2..gws-wiz.....0..35i39j0i67j0j0i20i263j0i22i30.TAzfqMT9eTA these search results …. ]
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Thank-you so much *McCoy* but there is nothing on Add-ons Manager and control panel. you can see on image. And please let me know am i compromised or my passwords.

Thank-you so much *McCoy* but there is nothing on Add-ons Manager and control panel. you can see on image. And please let me know am i compromised or my passwords.
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Hi jb,

From a quick search is looks like dinoraptzor is a virus that also hijacks the browser. I'd recommend running some Virus software on your computer to remove it. Running Windows defender may be enough, but I don't know for sure.

If you need more help, here's the search I did:

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=dinoraptzor&t=ffab&ia=web

There's various guides there, but you might just want to use a virus application as it should be simpler.

Hi jb, From a quick search is looks like dinoraptzor is a virus that also hijacks the browser. I'd recommend running some Virus software on your computer to remove it. Running Windows defender may be enough, but I don't know for sure. If you need more help, here's the search I did: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=dinoraptzor&t=ffab&ia=web There's various guides there, but you might just want to use a virus application as it should be simpler.
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jb said

Thank-you so much *McCoy* but there is nothing on Add-ons Manager and control panel. you can see on image. And please let me know am i compromised or my passwords.

Did you run the malware scans, as mentioned in my post ? And did you check what's mentioned in my last link ?

''jb [[#answer-1238074|said]]'' <blockquote> Thank-you so much *McCoy* but there is nothing on Add-ons Manager and control panel. you can see on image. And please let me know am i compromised or my passwords. </blockquote> Did you run the malware scans, as mentioned in my post ? And did you check what's mentioned in my last link ?
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Yes i did the same and i found "dinoraptzor" malware on registry with the help of SpyHunter5 and deleted that. Now am i safe and the main question is, are all the password saved in Firefox are compromised please tell me and any chance of happening that thing again? and if possible precautions please... Thank-you


Computer\HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-21-3625997877-717135708-759735318-1001\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run

Yes i did the same and i found "dinoraptzor" malware on registry with the help of SpyHunter5 and deleted that. Now am i safe and the main question is, are all the password saved in Firefox are compromised please tell me and any chance of happening that thing again? and if possible precautions please... Thank-you Computer\HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-21-3625997877-717135708-759735318-1001\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
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Standard8 said

Hi jb, From a quick search is looks like dinoraptzor is a virus that also hijacks the browser. I'd recommend running some Virus software on your computer to remove it. Running Windows defender may be enough, but I don't know for sure. If you need more help, here's the search I did: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=dinoraptzor&t=ffab&ia=web There's various guides there, but you might just want to use a virus application as it should be simpler.

Thank-you STANDARD8

''Standard8 [[#answer-1238076|said]]'' <blockquote> Hi jb, From a quick search is looks like dinoraptzor is a virus that also hijacks the browser. I'd recommend running some Virus software on your computer to remove it. Running Windows defender may be enough, but I don't know for sure. If you need more help, here's the search I did: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=dinoraptzor&t=ffab&ia=web There's various guides there, but you might just want to use a virus application as it should be simpler. </blockquote> Thank-you STANDARD8
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jb said

Now am i safe and the main question is, are all the password saved in Firefox are compromised please tell me and any chance of happening that thing again? and if possible precautions please...

You don't have to worry about your passwords - they are not compromised.

The only thing one can do to prevent these things from happening is to be extra careful when and on what to click - just don't click on anything that looks unfamiliar to you; that you didn't search for yourself. Unfortunatley a virus often just sneaks in and there's nothing else one can do than to be extra careful, and maybe let malwarebytes run a scan once a month. Doing that and with Windows built-in Defender, you're pretty safe.

''jb [[#answer-1238195|said]]'' <blockquote> Now am i safe and the main question is, are all the password saved in Firefox are compromised please tell me and any chance of happening that thing again? and if possible precautions please... </blockquote> You don't have to worry about your passwords - they are not compromised. The only thing one can do to prevent these things from happening is to be extra careful when and on what to click - just don't click on anything that looks unfamiliar to you; that you didn't search for yourself. Unfortunatley a virus often just sneaks in and there's nothing else one can do than to be extra careful, and maybe let [https://www.malwarebytes.com/ malwarebytes] run a scan once a month. Doing that and with Windows built-in Defender, you're pretty safe.
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