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OpenDNS Search Engine Redirection

How to remove OpenDNS (Removal Guide)

OpenDNS is a company based in San Francisco, California that provides a free and paid Internet navigation structure, as well as Web security solutions for families, schools, governmental organizations, and businesses of all sizes. The services provided by OpenDNS are self-proclaimed to increase the speed of navigating websites and prevent unintended access to phishing and malware sites as well as to any web content that you configure to be restricted.

remove Google redirection virus

How to remove the Google redirect virus

The Google redirect virus is a very broad term to describe 1. unwarranted redirects to the Google search engine, 2. general browser redirections, often caused by malware categorized as a browser hijacker (may occur when attemping to visit Google.com or use the browser’s address bar) and/or 3. browser redirects that occur when using the Google Chrome internet browser, but please note that the Google redirect virus is a problem for many computer users who may use any internet browser (Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera). The Google redirect virus may direct internet users to search engine results pages that may not relate to the user’s search query, as well as dangerous websites that host malware and unethical websites, such as websites that designed to “trick” or ultimately entrap unsuspecting victims to destructive terms. The Google redirect virus may also refer to common browser hijackers and DNS changers that alter system and internet browser settings with or without consent, including the home pages, default, managed, and provided search engines, as well as browser shortcuts and Windows hosts files.

Website-unavailable Home Page Virus

How To Remove The Website-unavailable.com Redirection Virus and Remove OpenDNS DNS IP Address Settings

Stop redirections to Website-unavailable.com and remove Open DNS Guide DNS IP settings. Website-unavailable.com is often referred to as an internet browser hijacker because many people have found that website-unavailable.com (Open DNS Guide) has changed their Home Page to website-unavailable.com, Provided Search Engine to website-unavailable.com, and/or your computer systems DNS IP address.