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Friday, December 6, 2013

How to Remove Ywi.jsst.net Adware Easily?

Ywi.jsst.net Description

Type:Adware/browser hijacker

Targeted OS: win xp, win7, win vista, win8

Vulnerable browser:IE explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox etc

Ywi.jsst.net is an unwanted adware program which always seeks for its chance to infiltrate into a system and then take control of the browse installed on the affected machine. It does precisely what a browser hijacker out there does. If you accidentally visit malicious website or open sponsored links, spam email, or infected attachment, you are likely to get this adware access to your computer without awareness.

Once Ywi.jsst.net roots itself behind your system, your browser, including IE explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox etc may be occupied relentlessness. There is no doubt that your search engine is always redirected to the website that is irrelevant to your search key words. Rather than given informative message, you will be pestered by numerous ads that popping up from Ywi.jsst.net web page. As a well-developed advertising platform that helps promote commercials and generate revenue for a third party, Ywi.jsst.net keeps rerouting and displaying pop ups if you ignore its existence.

But what about clicking on its ads? You may be led to visit infectious or corrupt page by accident, which is possible to open door for other malwares such as spyware, rogue program and Trojan virus to breach into your machine. In this sense, Ywi.jsst.net is more than an advertising platform which may arouse potential troubles such as compromised machine, financial loss, personal identity theft and so forth. For the sake of computer security and yourself privacy, you are supposed to remove Ywi.jsst.net from your machine urgently.

Possibilities to Get Ywi.jsst.net Pop-ups

• Unauthorized and unsafe websites
• Spam email or infected attachments
• Unknown share files online
• Use infected movable device

Ywi.jsst.net Adware is Unfriendly

• It lowers your browser availability
• It alters your browser settings
• It displays superfluous ads
• It reroutes your search result
• It may bring in other computer threats

Rid Your Browser of Ywi.jsst.net 

Plan A: Remove Trojan.Genome.Pruk Manually

Plan B: Remove Ywi.jsst.net Automatically with SpyHunter

Plan A: Remove Trojan.Genome.Pruk Manually

Step 1: Using Control Panel to remove unwanted programs. 
Start >>Control Panel>>Go to Add or Remove Programs. In the program list, try to find out Ywi.jsst.net   click Uninstall.

Step 2: Disable evil Startup item 
type msconfig in Run box, press OK, then navigate to Startup tab, find out Ywi.jsst.net and disable it.

Step 3: Use windows task manager to stop evil processes. 
Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete key

Step 4: Delete associated infectious files. 

%Documents and Settings%\allUser\ApplicationData\Ywi.jsst.net %AllUsersProfile%\ApplicationData\temp\Ywi.jsst.net.dll
%AllUsersProfile%\ Application Data\roaming\Ywi.jsst.net.exe

Step 5: Open your Registry Editor, remove these infected entries. 

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunYwi.jsst.net HKEY_CURRENT_USER\AppEvents\Schemes\Apps\Explorer\Navigating HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “[RANDOM]” HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “[RANDOM].exe”

Any mistake like wrong deletion of system files during the manual removal process may lead to irreversible damage to your machine. If you are not familiar with entries stuff, you are kindly reminded to use a professional and certificated removal tool to finish the removal automatically.

Plan B: Remove Ywi.jsst.net Automatically with SpyHunter

Step 1: Download removal tool SpyHunter


Step 2: Install SpyHunter after downloading

Step 3: Run SpyHunter and start a full scan

  spyhunter3 scan

Step 4: Clean all detected items

Hope the manual tips could walk you through Ywi.jsst.net removal process. Should you run into any puzzle, to avoid unwanted damage, you are sincerely suggested to delete Ywi.jsst.net adware by starting an automatic removal with SpyHunter from here.