Flipora hijacker is a well known computer infection
which has been created to take over the operating
Windows system and all existing Internet
browsers. As research shows the threat can affect
Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla
Firefox browsers. Some people recognize the
threat as Infoaxe hijacker because Flipora can
redirect you to static.infoaxe.com. You need to
remove this infection.
The clandestine hijacker can take over your
browsers without any of your knowledge simply
because it uses clandestine techniques to enter
the operating Windows system:
- spam email attachments;
- bundled downloads;
- active Trojans, etc.
The truly devious hijacker has been developed to
initiate unauthorized web page rerouting and
illegal modifications of the browser settings.
Affected users will be forced to use flipora.com or
static.infoaxe.com. This may help unfamiliar third
parties to expose dangerous adverts, bogus
search results and infiltrate web cookies onto your
You may be tricked into using the search engines
to which you will be redirected by the malicious
web hijacker. These may seem completely regular
and reliable; however, it is not recommended that
you use the unreliable search engines because
they could provide you with completely bogus
information, trick you into downloading
camouflaged malware or spend money on bogus
If you do not remove Flipora hijacker in time, it is
quite possible that security vulnerabilities will be
exposed to infiltrate the PC with:
- malware dropping Trojans
- rogue AV and PC optimizer tools
- data stealing worms, keyloggers, etc.
You can remove the undesirable infection in two
ways. You can either install automatic spyware
detection and removal tools or you can delete the
threat manually. The latter option is not simple if
you have no experience, which is why it is
important you choose the solution which will help
you delete malware from the PC. Click the link
below to learn more about Flipora hijacker removal
You cannot change the home page/search
provider settings automatically, which is why you
should follow these straightforward instructions:
1. Open the browser and simultaneously tap Alt+T.
2. Select Manage Add-ons and click Search Providers.
3. Remove the unwanted provider and click Close.
4. Once more tap Alt+T and select Internet Options.
5. Click the General tab, change the Home Page and
If you want to change the settings of your Mozilla
Firefox and Google Chrome browsers – click the
link below and follow the provided information.
Also, ensure that from this moment on your
Windows system and browsers and protected by
authentic security software.