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Remove Background Host from Your Computer


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Background HostBackground Host is known to manipulate browser extensions. The malicious code is capable of crashing the ‘backgroundhost64.exe’ process and related security extensions, so it would redirect the search operations performed on the compromised machine. Background Host can also disrupt the user’s browsing activities by displaying different pop-up and banner ads.’

Background Host Symptoms

PC users whose computers have been affected by Background Host will experience:

  • Random redirections to potentially unsafe websites.
  • They will be presented with results from unknown engines as they search the web.
  • They will be suggested advertising pages related to their search results.

In case computer users see system notifications about ‘backgroundhost64.exe’ crashes, they should consider the possibility of Background Host being present in their machine. Security experts recommend the use of a trustworthy anti-spyware program that would repair the user’s system.

Background Host Distribution

Background Host may have ended up on your computer as you were viewing websites related to adware. Another distribution method is via spam email attachments or links. Background Host can also be delivered via bundled downloads of freeware and shareware. To keep your computer safe, you should always pay attention to the installation process, and select the Custom settings.

How Does Background Host Affect Your Machine?

Reportedly, once installed Background Host establishes a connection with its C&C center using a remote server. This allows Background Host to upload and download information.

Background Host may also affect executable files on different drives. The malicious code may also try to disable the AV software on the compromised machine.

How to Remove Background Host from Your Computer?

Security Experts do not recommend a manual removal of Background Host if you are not a pro yourself because the programs leaves entries in Windows Registry, and editing the Registry requires a certain amount of knowledge.

The permanent removal of Background Host requires the use of a powerful anti-malware application that will scan and protect your system around the clock.

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Berta Bilbao

Berta is a dedicated malware researcher, dreaming for a more secure cyber space. Her fascination with IT security began a few years ago when a malware locked her out of her own computer.

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