Stop Being Redirected to Http:// (Browser Hijacker)

A Case about Http:// from Google Chrome Help Forum

Operating System (Windows 7)
I already removed the program through my control panel, already went into my Google chrome settings into manage search engine but now I can’t delete it anymore and can’t set anything else as default, my specifics pages and search engines are always changed back to, it is driving me insane. Help, please ???

What is Http://

Http:// ( has been detected as a malicious site by some anti-malware programs. In reality, this vicious site is also supposed to be a browser hijacker. Please pay attention to its screenshot in the following.

Your default search engine will be replaced by and you will be guided to the page Http:// every time surfing the Internet once your computer is infected. It is hard for you to have activities on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, or Internet Explorer unless this browser hijacker is removed from infected computer.

In addition, Http:// also would come with SnapDo Toolbar, other unwanted add-ons/extensions, or unnecessary freeware and shareware. It, of course, brings your screen tremendous advertisements in forms of pop-up, banners, underlined keyword, or in-text ads. What’s worse, it is possible to bundle with other kinds of threats so as to mess up your computer and make your computer vulnerable and easily infected.

Http:// is the source of troubles so that you should take consideration to remove it as early as possible to stay away from its further problems.

How to Remove Http:// from PC?

Http:// is so risky that you had better to remove it with safe and effective methods. In the next part, you can see two removal guides. One is manual guide; the other is automatic guide (SpyHunter). You can choice one according to your situation.

Method 1. Manually Remove Http://

Step 1: Stop the process from Task Manager.

Ctrl+ Shift + Esc” to open Task Manager > Processes > find Http:// and select End process.

Step 2: Remove suspicious programs from Control Panel.

From Windows 7

Start > Control Panel > Uninstall Programs > select Http:// and remove it.

From Windows 8:

on Start screen > right-click the app tile > tap or click Uninstall.

Step 3: Remove suspicious extensions from browsers.

From Internet Explorer

1. Go to Tools and select Manage add-ons.

2. Disable the items which are related to the program.

3. Reset Internet Explorer

From Mozilla Firefox

1. Go to Firefox’s Tools, and then select Add-ons
2. Navigate to Add-ons panel, and remove those extensions which are associated with Http://

Google Chrome

1. Click the Menu icon of Chrome and select Settings.

2. Click Extensions on the left panel and remove the extensions related to Http://

3. Reset Google Chrome

Note: If you are not confident to remove this threat completely with our manual guide or worry there are other threats in your PC, you can take consideration to install SpyHunter here to help you can scan and protect your PC from this browser hijacker and other hidden threats.

Method 3. Powserful Security Tool

Step 1: Download SpyHunter by click below.

Download SpyHunter

Step 2: Select “Run” and permit to download the installer. After downloading the installer, double-click the installer and start installing SpyHunter.

Step 3: Choose “Malware Scan” and give your PC a comprehensive check.

Step 4: Choose “Fix Threats”.


Optimize your computer with RegCure Pro

1: Click below to download RegCure Pro immediately.

2: After downloading RegCure Pro, click “Run” to install it according to the instructions and finish the installation.

3: Click “System Scan” to start the scanning process.

4: After the RegCure Pro done scanning all the files, click “Fix All” to complete the whole scan pro.

Note: Http:// should be removed as early as possible because the longer  it stays on your computer, the more system security risks you have to take. Certainly, you can take consideration to install SpyHunter to remove it and protect your computer. You also can download RegCure Pro to clean up your system.

2 comments on “Stop Being Redirected to Http:// (Browser Hijacker)

  1. […] Https_//, unrelated to the legal site, is a suspicious and questionnaire site that is able to redirect computer users to its vicious domain and other suspicious website as well as cause a lot of troubles. As a matter of fact, Https_// is regarded as a stubborn browser hijacker. […]

  2. Thank you very much for your useful information on guiding me to get rid of Http_//

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