How do I get rid of Snap.do from Firefox on my Mac? if I don't get a resolution soon I am switching to Safari.
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Foolishly and unsuspectingly downloaded malware snap.do. Eliminated it in programs and features. Ads still appeared on opening page with captive search engine. Deleted a hidden file and search engine option is back. snap.do, however, still controls first page. Prompt says 'file can't be found'. I keep choosing blank page in Firefox but residual snap.do file somewhere still controls the page. Thanks for your help, anyone.
I had the damn Snapdo thing on my computer, and after three hours of wrestling with it I found the file it had put on my computer that it was using to load a different home page. I deleted the file, but Firefox still tries to look for the file. Really what the question is is something has hijacked the homepage of my Firefox. I've tried going into Properties and looking at the 'Target' ("C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe") and it looks fine as far as I can tell. but it's still
I recently found kikblaster, snap.do, and several other malware plugins on my computer, and after getting rid of them, firefox will not load any site that isn't HTTPS secured
Whenever I start firefox, it startups oddly and the following address shows in the address bar: file:///C:/ProgramData/ToolGets/snp.sc I know it was a snapdo virus. However, I already uninstalled it from my PC, AND reset Firefox settings to default, but this problem still persists. What can I do to solve it? Thanks
I keep resetting my favorite home page and search engine but it only lasts for a little while then reverts to snap do...
I have tried to remove snap.do.by using all the suggested ways, but it keeps coming back. How do I permanently remove it please? thanks
Getting rid of this damned snap.do is driving me up a wall. Sure hope someone can help. I've run Regedit and eliminated one instance of snap.do. I've deleted the snap.do or snapdo cookies from Firefox many times but the cookies keep coming back. My patience is about to explode. Sure hope there is help out there in the community. Many thanks.
I have the current version of Firefox installed on my new laptop. Earlier this week, I tried downloading and installing a free font from what looked like an excellent source for fonts. However, instead of the font I was wanting to install, all I got was a mess of proograms that I did not want, and had no use for. One of them, snap.do, a Google-clone search site inserted itself into Firefox and began restoring all settings to their defaults. (I have taken care of that.) Even after uninstalling all of the programs and running both an anti virus scan, an anti malware scan, and even after cleaning up my hard drive with CCleaner and rebooting, two problems remain. First, on every new web page (even within the same websites) up to four or five blank "Ad by SmartChoices|Close" lines appear, usually scattered through the web page. These must be closed out before page navigation becomes fully functional. Second, on some websites when I move from one sheet within a website to another, while the new page is loading, the download is redirected to a different website I absolutely have no interest in, and do not want showing up in my history. I have checked, and these problems do not show up on Internet Explorer, so it looks like it is just Firefox that is plagued. Thus I have two questions: what is the best way to get rid of these problems? Second, how do I report a malicious website that clearly needs to be blocked? Note: your educated guesses about my current browser & os are spot on. However, what does 5.1.30514.0 refer to?
Como faço para eliminar definitivamente o SNAP.DO? Tento eliminar limpando os Cookiest etc, mas logo depois retorna!
Tentei, por diversas vezes, baixar e reinstalar o Mozilla, limpar a memória do cache etc e não consegui. Este vírus não é detectado nem pelo Kapesky (atualizado)! Como posso solucionar este impasse?