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Sunday, February 8, 2015

How to Remove JS/ClickJack Virus (Uninstall Guide)

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JS/ClickJack virus is used to infiltrate your computer and hijack your web browser. It is a type of computer program which has been designed to execute unpleasant actions. At first, it actually appear to be something that is either benign or even useful. JS/ClickJack might be disguised as an addictive game, or, perhaps – somewhat ironically – as an anti-virus or anti-malware software program. Such infections are designed to look tempting and trap you into opening them without thinking too deeply about what you are doing. And once you've clicked on a program that's hiding a malware program you've triggered the installation and have given it an access all areas backstage pass to your computer's operating system, where it will set about wreaking its own particular brand of havoc.

Therefore it stands to reason that you probably don't want to risk being infected by JS/ClickJack, so how do you go about preventing this from happening? Well luckily there are some extremely simple steps that you can take, and things that you can bear in mind. You just need to not get swept up and get sucked in by a tempting looking malicious program!

Here are 5 ways you can protect your computer from JS/ClickJack malware
  1. When you are not using your computer you should turn it off and disconnect your DSL or modem line. This will ensure that no cybercriminals who are roaming the Internet looking for online computers that have weak security or security loopholes can access your computer.
  2. If you use instant messaging or online chat applications, make sure the settings are configured so that the app doesn't automatically open when you start your computer or laptop.
  3. Install a reputable brand of anti-virus or anti-malware software and run it manually (even though it will run itself – but it's always better to be safe than sorry). You also need to make sure it's kept up to date and you have the latest patches downloaded.
  4. The next time (i.e. now!) you're logged into your email inbox check your settings and make sure that the message preview pane is set to off. When it's off macros will be unable to execute themselves.
  5. Whatever software you have installed on your machine, make sure you update it with the latest manufacturer's patches as soon as they release them.
So there you have it: five, fuss free, no hassle tips or tricks for ensuring your computer is a JS/ClickJack free zone. It really doesn't take much effort to take even the most basic of security measures – and it could make a huge difference between being targeted by malware and attacked from within, and staying safe when you're online.

If you're constantly getting notifications from your anti-virus program about JS/ClickJack virus then it could be that your anti-virus cannot properly detect the source of this infection and remove it. Or it could also be another malware program that wasn't detected by your anti-virus which keeps re-installing the JS/ClickJack virus on your computer. That could be a deeply embedded rootkit or a Trojan horse. In such case, you don't need to re-install it or even format your computer. There are a few malware removal tools that can be used to remove this infection from the system when anti-virus programs fail. To remove this virus and other malware that may have been installed on your computer, please follow the removal guide below. If you have questions, leave a down comment below. I will be more than happy to help you. Good luck and be safe online!

Written by Michael Kaur,

JS/ClickJack Removal Guide:

1. First of all, download recommended anti-malware software and run a full system scan. It will detect and remove this infection from your computer.

NOTE: If you are using Internet Explorer and can't download anti-malware software because "Your current security settings do not allow this file to be downloaded" then please reset IE security settings and try again.

2. Download and run TDSSKiller. Press the button Start scan for the utility to start scanning.

3. Wait for the scan and disinfection process to be over. Then click Continue. Please reboot your computer after the disinfection is over.