What is JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] The JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] is a dangerous security threat. If antivirus detects this threat in the pages that you open in the MS Edge, Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer then it means that a malicious software get installed on your computer. Most often, antivirus can remove or block malicious code (JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] itself) from websites, but can not always find and remove malware that adds malicious code on every web-pages you are viewing.
The JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] virus can send information about your machine to a remote malicious hacker; redirect your browser to malicious, misleading and spam web-sites; use your personal computer for click fraud and other dangerous and harmful actions.
And finally, the JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] virus has the ability to collect your confidential information like what websites you’re opening, what you’re looking for the Internet and so on. This information, in the future, can be sold to third party companies.
We strongly suggest that you perform the step-by-step guide below which will help you to get rid of JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] using the standard features of Windows and some proven freeware.
Remove JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] (removal instructions)
In order to delete JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] virus from your PC system, you should look up for questionable entries, such as files, applications, web-browser add-ons and shortcut files. However, if you want to delete JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] easily, you should run reputable antimalware tool and let it do the job for you.
To remove JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj], complete the following steps:
- Uninstall potentially unwanted software using MS Windows Control Panel
- How to get rid of JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] with Zemana Anti-Malware (ZAM)
- Use HitmanPro to get rid of JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj]
- Run MalwareBytes to remove virus
- Delete JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] virus from Firefox
- Delete JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] virus from Google Chrome
- Delete JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] virus from Internet Explorer
- Run AdBlocker to stay safe online
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Uninstall potentially unwanted software using MS Windows Control Panel
Check out the MS Windows Control Panel (Programs and Features section) to see all installed programs. We suggest to click on the “Date Installed” in order to sort the list of apps by the date you installed them. If you see any unknown and suspicious programs, they are the ones you need to delete.
Windows 10, 8.1, 8
Click the Windows logo, and then press Search . Type ‘Control panel’and press Enter as on the image below.
Once the ‘Control Panel’ opens, press the ‘Uninstall a program’ link under Programs category as displayed in the following example.
Windows 7, Vista, XP
Open Start menu and select the ‘Control Panel’ at right as displayed in the following example.
Then go to ‘Add/Remove Programs’ or ‘Uninstall a program’ (Microsoft Windows 7 or Vista) as displayed on the screen below.
Carefully browse through the list of installed applications and remove all questionable and unknown programs. We recommend to click ‘Installed programs’ and even sorts all installed applications by date. Once you have found anything dubious that may be the virus and other malware and PUPs or other PUP (potentially unwanted program), then select this application and click ‘Uninstall’ in the upper part of the window. If the questionable program blocked from removal, then run Revo Uninstaller Freeware to completely delete it from your machine.
How to get rid of JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] with Zemana Anti-Malware (ZAM)
Zemana is a free program for MS Windows OS to search for and remove potentially unwanted software, ad supported software, harmful web browser extensions, browser toolbars, and other undesired software such as virus and other malware and PUPs, installed on your computer.
Installing the Zemana is simple. First you’ll need to download Zemana on your PC system from the following link.
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After the download is finished, close all windows on your system. Further, launch the setup file named Zemana.AntiMalware.Setup. If the “User Account Control” prompt pops up as displayed in the following example, click the “Yes” button.
It will open the “Setup wizard” which will assist you install Zemana Anti-Malware on the personal computer. Follow the prompts and do not make any changes to default settings.
Once installation is complete successfully, Zemana Anti Malware (ZAM) will automatically launch and you can see its main window as displayed on the screen below.
Next, click the “Scan” button to search for the JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] and other security threats. This process may take some time, so please be patient. During the scan Zemana Anti-Malware will find threats exist on your computer.
After the system scan is finished, Zemana will open you the results. Once you’ve selected what you want to remove from your system click “Next” button.
The Zemana Free will delete the JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] and other malware and add threats to the Quarantine. When finished, you can be prompted to restart your computer.
Use HitmanPro to get rid of JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj]
HitmanPro is a free application that developed to remove malware, PUPs, ad supported software and browser hijacker infections from your system running Microsoft Windows 10, 8, 7, XP (32-bit and 64-bit). It’ll help to identify and remove virus and other malicious software and PUPs, including its files, folders and registry keys.
Installing the HitmanPro is simple. First you will need to download Hitman Pro by clicking on the following link. Save it on your Microsoft Windows desktop.
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After downloading is finished, open the file location. You will see an icon like below.
Double click the Hitman Pro desktop icon. Once the tool is started, you will see a screen like below.
Further, press “Next” button to scan for the JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] and other kinds of potential threats like malware and potentially unwanted software. A scan can take anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes, depending on the number of files on your PC and the speed of your PC system. After Hitman Pro has completed scanning your PC system, the results are displayed in the scan report as shown in the figure below.
Review the results once the tool has complete the system scan. If you think an entry should not be quarantined, then uncheck it. Otherwise, simply click “Next” button. It will display a dialog box, click the “Activate free license” button.
Run MalwareBytes to remove virus
We advise using the MalwareBytes AntiMalware (MBAM). You can download and install MalwareBytes to detect and remove JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] virus from your PC. When installed and updated, this free malware remover automatically scans for and removes all threats present on the computer.
- MalwareBytes can be downloaded from the following link. Save it to your Desktop so that you can access the file easily.
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- At the download page, click on the Download button. Your internet browser will open the “Save as” dialog box. Please save it onto your Windows desktop.
- When downloading is done, please close all software and open windows on your PC system. Double-click on the icon that’s named mb3-setup.
- This will start the “Setup wizard” of MalwareBytes Anti-Malware (MBAM) onto your machine. Follow the prompts and don’t make any changes to default settings.
- When the Setup wizard has finished installing, the MalwareBytes will open and show the main window.
- Further, click the “Scan Now” button to perform a system scan with this utility for the JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] and other malicious software and potentially unwanted software. This process may take some time, so please be patient. While the MalwareBytes Free program is checking, you can see how many objects it has identified as threat.
- As the scanning ends, MalwareBytes will show a list of all threats detected by the scan.
- Next, you need to press the “Quarantine Selected” button. After that process is complete, you may be prompted to restart the system.
- Close the Anti-Malware and continue with the next step.
Video instruction, which reveals in detail the steps above.
Delete JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] virus from Firefox
Resetting Firefox browser will reset all the settings to their original settings and will remove changes created by JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] and disable harmful extensions. When using the reset feature, your personal information such as passwords, bookmarks, browsing history and web form auto-fill data will be saved.
First, launch the Firefox. Next, press the button in the form of three horizontal stripes (). It will open the drop-down menu. Next, press the Help button ().
In the Help menu press the “Troubleshooting Information”. In the upper-right corner of the “Troubleshooting Information” page click on “Refresh Firefox” button as on the image below.
Confirm your action, click the “Refresh Firefox”.
Delete JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] virus from Google Chrome
Reset Google Chrome settings to remove changes to web browser settings created by JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] . If you are still experiencing issues with malicious software, you need to reset Google Chrome browser to its default values. This step needs to be performed only if virus has not been removed by the previous steps.
- First launch the Google Chrome and press Menu button (small button in the form of three dots).
- It will show the Chrome main menu. Choose More Tools, then click Extensions.
- You’ll see the list of installed addons. If the list has the addon labeled with “Installed by enterprise policy” or “Installed by your administrator”, then complete the following tutorial: Remove Chrome extensions installed by enterprise policy.
- Now open the Chrome menu once again, click the “Settings” menu.
- You will see the Google Chrome’s settings page. Scroll down and click “Advanced” link.
- Scroll down again and click the “Reset” button.
- The Google Chrome will open the reset profile settings page as on the image above.
- Next click the “Reset” button.
- Once this task is finished, your web-browser’s newtab page, start page and search engine by default will be restored to their original defaults.
- To learn more, read the article How to reset Google Chrome settings to default.
Delete JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] virus from Internet Explorer
By resetting Internet Explorer internet browser you revert back your browser settings to its default state. This is basic when troubleshooting problems that might have been caused by the JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] virus.
First, open the Internet Explorer, click ) button. Next, press “Internet Options” as displayed on the image below.
In the “Internet Options” screen select the Advanced tab. Next, click Reset button. The Internet Explorer will show the Reset Internet Explorer settings dialog box. Select the “Delete personal settings” check box and click Reset button.
You will now need to restart your PC for the changes to take effect. It will remove virus and other malicious software and potentially unwanted applications, disable malicious and ad-supported browser’s extensions and restore the Internet Explorer’s settings like search engine, startpage and newtab page to default state.
Run AdBlocker to stay safe online
One of the worst things is the fact that you cannot block all those annoying and harmful pages using only built-in Microsoft Windows capabilities. However, there is a application out that you can use to stop unwanted web browser redirects, advertisements and pop ups in any modern internet browsers including Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome. It’s named Adguard and it works very well.
- Visit the page linked below to download AdGuard. Save it on your MS Windows desktop.
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Category: Security tools
Update: November 15, 2018
- After downloading is complete, start the downloaded file. You will see the “Setup Wizard” program window. Follow the prompts.
- After the setup is finished, click “Skip” to close the setup application and use the default settings, or press “Get Started” to see an quick tutorial that will assist you get to know AdGuard better.
- In most cases, the default settings are enough and you don’t need to change anything. Each time, when you run your computer, AdGuard will run automatically and stop pop-up ads, as well as other malicious or misleading pages. For an overview of all the features of the application, or to change its settings you can simply double-click on the icon called AdGuard, that is located on your desktop.
Once you have done the instructions above, your PC should be clean from the JS:Redirector-BMU [Trj] and other malicious software. Your antivirus software will no longer detect any security threats. Unfortunately, if the instructions does not help you, then you have caught a new malware, and then the best way – ask for help.
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