Ludashi Adware - How to Fully Remove It

Fully Remove Ludashi 5.0 Program in Windows

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Users have complained about various online security forums that they have experienced issues with the software called Ludashi. The Chinese program has been reported numerous times to display significantly annoying pop-ups to users. It also has bundled software and most importantly users report that it denies access to delete it.

Threat Summary



Short DescriptionThe software is fake system optimizer that affectes computer systems by being bundled with other third-party programs. It has other programs bundled in it and runs automatically.
SymptomsDisplays pop-ups in the middle of the screen. Floods browsing sessions with annoying advertisements.
Distribution MethodOfficial website, Software bundles; or Corrupted websites.
Detection Tool See If Your System Has Been Affected by Ludashi.

Ludashi Adware – Spread Techniques

The most obvious channel used for the distribution of this nasty software is its official website ludashi(dot)com: official website of ludashi adware program

However, we do not forget the possibility that it may come along other free third-party apps as part of their installers. Such programs are usually promoted on:

  • Torrent sites
  • Online stores
  • Forums
  • Social media channels

Bundling applications have recently become a very popular marketing tool that is very aggressive and may slither third-party applications, such as Ludashi that you did not even know about. Bundled software is usually included in third-party applications’ setups. Here is an example picture of how you may have missed Ludashi 5.0 while installing free software:


Following the unwanted configuration of its files on the system the adware could affect not only your screen but all of the installed web browsers (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Opera, and Safari)

Ludashi Adware – Infection In Detail

Once installed on your computer the software immediately applies some changes that could affect system and browser settings. All fresh changes enable Ludashi adware to display several pop-ups leading to its website ludashi(.)com as well as placing icons and running third-party applications. Here is how a screen of an affected PC looks like after installing this software:


Furthermore, Ludashi and its bundled application called Funshion ran several processes in Windows Task Manager, some of which were even active while the software appeared not to be, which is rather intrusive.


In addition, this nasty app is reported to access Registry Editor and add some suspicious values under the keys stored there. This could be explained by the fact that the functionalities of affected keys enable the adware to start its associated files on each system start.

Experts believe that this software may systematically collect information from the computer it is installed on via tracking technologies, for example:

  • LSOs(Local Shared Objects) or Flash Cookies.
  • Session Cookies.
  • Tracking Cookies.
  • Pixels.
  • Beacons.
  • Tags.

Not only this, but the application also has some kind of bundled program for online multimedia entertainment:


Besides all of those, Ludashi pops up intrusively on your screen displaying various news. The pop-up can be removed fairly easily but is extremely annoying.


Besides all of those “features” of the program, we have to note that the software cannot be uninstalled. And what is worse it does not even display any notification. The uninstaller simply closes after you click on the uninstall button.

Similar behavior is characteristic of rogue software and programs such as the Chinese messenger Tencent QQ.

Remove Ludashi Adware Successfully

There are many programs as Ludashi out there that are set to prevent the uninstall process from happening. And what is worse is that users pay a lot of money to experts for their removal. Besides this, this application may lead the user to third-party websites that may either be scamming sites or they may infect the computer visiting them with malware. This is why we have designed the below-mentioned removal steps to help you deal with this program easily and swiftly and forget about it, in case you did not wish it in the first place.

Manually Delete Ludashi from Windows and Your Browser

1.Remove Ludashi in Windows
2.Remove Ludashi from Your Browser

Automatically Remove Ludashi by downloading an advanced anti-malware program.

1. Remove Ludashi with SpyHunter Anti-Malware Tool
2. Back up your data to secure it against attacks related to Ludashi in the future
Optional: Using Alternative Anti-Malware Tools

Ventsislav Krastev

Ventsislav has been covering the latest malware, software and newest tech developments at SensorsTechForum for 3 years now. He started out as a network administrator. Having graduated Marketing as well, Ventsislav also has passion for discovery of new shifts and innovations in cybersecurity that become game changers. After studying Value Chain Management and then Network Administration, he found his passion within cybersecrurity and is a strong believer in basic education of every user towards online safety.

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  1. ulysis

    Just locate to Program Files and find the folder named LuDaShi, there is an uninstaller for the program.

    1. Vencislav Krustev

      No my friend, I am affraid that this nasty virus also attacks the registry entries heavily. As you see above, I have personally tested it on a Virtual Drive and besides manually removing every object including the many modified registry entries on the affected computer. So yeah, uninstalling, removing, the damn thing reappears, i have already tested it and tried that and I GUARANTEE simple shift+del wont cut it for ya. You need to either scan this thing with something that can locate everything or perform the following steps:

      1. Use deletion software like Delete Doctor to manually remove all of the files.
      2. Use a Registry cleaning script like the one in the link below to fix your registry entries, after you have manually found and deleted alll the registry entries, ofcourse.

      There are several ways to find registry entires, the main of which is to scan your computer with an anti-malware tool and get a log which has all of them and look for them manually. There are also other ways like analyzing what each component of the installer does or looking for the registries online if someone else has analyzed them, like Symantec researchers, for example, but it is time costly.


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