Remove Yoursites123.com

Yoursites123.com is a browser hijacker that can take over your browsers without any warning. According to our research, computer users often download this threat bundled with other infections. If this is the case, the home page and search provider modifications might not be the biggest problem. Unfortunately, there are plenty of dangerous computer infections that are much more malicious and clandestine. Of course, this does not mean that you do not need to handle Yoursites123.com as a serious threat. The truth is that this browser hijacker can open up gateways to malicious sites, which is why its removal is so important. Do you know how to remove Yoursites123.com? Continue reading this article to find answers to questions that you might have regarding this infection and its removal.

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Why you need to remove Yoursites123.com?

Many users do not identify Yoursites123.com as an infection. Why? Because most computer users are not familiar with browser hijackers, and they do not know how they look. Keep in mind that not many infections showcase their true nature, and it is more likely you will encounter malware disguised as regular software. Of course, if you have experience with malware, it shouldn’t be difficult to realize that you need to delete Yoursites123.com from your browsers. If you do not remove this unreliable search provider, you will be presented with misleading ads and suspicious links to third-party websites. Even though Yoursites123.com presents Google Search when you type in keywords, we are sure that it was set up to promote third-party services. For example, Yoursites123.com is known for promoting links to online gaming sites from the 337 Games family, including gaggame.com.

The links provided by Yoursites123.com might route you to popular sites, like Facebook or SpyHunter, but it can also promote links to unfamiliar shopping and gaming websites. Even though it might be dangerous to visit these websites, it is far more dangerous to interact with banner ads shown on the start page of Yoursites123.com. These ads might promote fake system optimizers, malware removers, and similar kinds of software. Unfortunately, misleading alerts and warnings suggesting that you need to delete malicious infections or fix Registry errors will show up every time you launch your browser until you delete Yoursites123.com. Do you think you can avoid the removal of the hijacker by ignoring the ads and links presented by it? Even if you ignore them, there is no way of knowing if this hijacker will not affect Google Search results or install extremely malicious, personal data collecting HTTP cookies.

Even though Yoursites123.com cannot drop malware, it is an infection you need to delete right away. If you do not, this hijacker might be used as a tool for malware distribution. If you are ready to remove Yoursites123.com from your browsers, we suggest installing an automated malware removal tool first. SpyHunter is a tool that can delete malicious tracking cookies, files, and other components associated with this hijacker. Even though Yoursites123.com has several different interfaces, we are sure that an automated malware remover will eliminate this infection successfully. If you are curious about the manual removal of Yoursites123.com, note that some versions might modify the browser properties. In this case, follow the guide below, replace the undesirable search tools, and then install security software to delete leftovers and protect your Windows operating system.

How to remove Yoursites123.com

Remove the infected Target

  1. Identify the infected browser, right-click the shortcut, and select Properties.
  2. Click the Shortcut tab and navigate to the Target section.
  3. Delete the URL after firefox.exe”/iexplore.exe”/chrome.exe” and click OK.

Remove from Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Firefox, simultaneously tap Alt+T, and select Options.
  2. Navigate to the General menu and change/delete the undesirable Home Page URL.
  3. In the menu on the left click Search and find the Default Search Engine section.
  4. Select the preferred search provider, Remove Yoursites123.com, and restart the browser.

Remove from Internet Explorer

  1. Launch IE, simultaneously tap Alt+T, and click Manage Add-ons.
  2. Move to Search Providers and set (Set as default) the preferred search provider.
  3. Select the undesirable search provider, click Remove, and click Close.
  4. Simultaneously tap Alt+T one more time and select Internet Options.
  5. Click the General tab, change/delete the undesirable Home Page URL, and click OK.

Remove from Google Chrome

  1. Launch Chrome, simultaneously tap Alt+F, and select Settings.
  2. In the Settings menu find the On Startup section.
  3. Select Open a specific page or set of pages and click Set pages.
  4. Identify the undesirable URL, overwrite/delete it, and click OK.
  5. Navigate to Appearance and select Show Home button.
  6. Click Change and overwrite/delete the undesirable search provider. Click OK.
  7. Go to Search and click the Manage search engines… button.
  8. Set (Make default) the preferred search provider and click X on the URL of Yoursites123.com.
  9. Click Done and restart your browser.

Download Removal Toolto remove Yoursites123.com

* WiperSoft scanner, published on this site, is intended to be used only as a detection tool. More info on WiperSoft. To use the removal functionality, you will need to purchase the full version of WiperSoft. If you wish to uninstall WiperSoft, click here.

Comments ( 3 )

  1. / ReplyKaisanT
    Good guide! Tks
  2. / ReplyZeta3
    Many Thanks! Got rid of it on Firefox and IE. Did not have shortcut on the desk top for theese, but on task bar: first left click gives menu, then select the browser logo and then properties. On IE the Alt+T did not work on the yoursites123 screen but could get to settings using the options wheel at the top right of the screen. (Windows 8.1) Good Stuff
  3. / ReplyWbadr
    Hi, i did all the steps and still have this Yoursite123. I need another advice to remove it.

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