How To Remove The Easy Life Virus – Search.EasyLifeApp.com Redirection Virus (EasyLife App Malware)

Sean Davis

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  3. property says:

    Good post. I’m dealing with some of these issues as
    well..

  4. Heya just wanted to give you a brief heads up and let you know a few of the pictures aren’t loading properly.
    I’m not sure why but I think its a linking issue.
    I’ve tried it in two different browsers and both show the same outcome.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Thanks! Got the virus (piggybacked on another download). Somehow my System Restore ability had gotten turned off (no idea how) and it said I had no points to restore from so I was really nervous

    Uninstalled it from the programs list (it was on there) but that did nothing so had to go through everything else. The homepage fix worked, but it wasn’t in the gagdets or add-ons, and it didn’t stop redirecting me whenever I opened a new tab. I downloaded CCleaner, that didn’t help

    What ended up helping stop the redirects actually was hidden within the add-ons, but in an odd place – it was an extension that externally didn’t look like it should have anything to do with Easylife. I organized my extensions by date, though, and deleted anything installed in the last day. Rebooted my computer, and the redirects have stopped happening for Firefox at least

  6. Anonymous says:

    Thanks!

  7. Anonymous says:

    thanks for this!

  8. Niq says:

    Thanks, very helpful.

  1. March 16, 2013

    […] Get rid of it: How To Remove The Easy Life Virus – Search.EasyLifeApp.com Redirection Virus (EasyLife App Malware) … […]

  2. April 8, 2013

    […] Is the easylifeapp supported by windows 8? – CNET Windows 8 Forums Gadgets are no longer supported by Windows 8. Although there might be a work around, it is unlikely. Easylifeapp also appears to be malicious in the sense that it hijacks browsers, redirects searches, and displays ads. Some report it to deliver a drive by download, which installs a trojan backdoor. Not good software to say the least. I would suggest running MalwareBytes to remove the malware, if your inclined. … […]

  3. February 16, 2016

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