Redirect "Virus" Removal Guide (Update August 2019)
THREAT REMOVAL Redirect “Virus” Removal Guide


What is It is a virus? Why does it keep loading in your browser? How to remove redirect and improve the security of your PC? is an annoying browser redirect that affects commonly used web browsers. Once it loads in your browser it may attempt to trick you into allowing the generation of push notifications. For the sake of your PC and data security, it is recommendable to close the window and perform a full system scan for any present harmful files.

Threat Summary
TypeBrowser Redirect, PUP
Short DescriptionA website that keeps loading in your browser against your will.
SymptomsYour web traffic is redirected to this domain. Increased number of online ads could load on all websites you visit. You could see deceptive offers.
Distribution MethodFreeware Installations, Bundled Packages
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User ExperienceJoin Our Forum to Discuss Redirect “Virus” – Spread and Impact is a website associated with some shady advertising practices. Many users consider Deloplen as a virus or a malware. In fact, Deloplen is not a virus nor a malware as it is not used for damaging computer systems and personal data.

However, the unexpected appearance of in the browser is a sign of weakened system security. Since the website is known to be part of shady advertising networks the most likely reason why you see ads by this website is an adware program that has managed to infect your device and is currently running on it.

As long as such a program is running on your device it could be injecting lots of annoying online ads while you are browsing the web. You could see them appear on almost every website you visit, in new tab pages, new browser windows as well as on your desktop. It is a well-known fact that the main purpose of adware programs like the one that pushes redirect is to generate revenue to its owners. Hence, people who own adware programs tend to neglect the security level of some sponsored webpages generated by their apps. So if you want to keep your affected computer malware-free, you need to avoid visiting the webpages promoted by Deloplen.

Furthermore, if you want to prevent the undesired app from obtaining sensitive details like browsing history, search queries, visited web pages, clicks on ads, geographic location, IP address, type and version of used browser you need to remove its files from the affected machine as soon as possible.

As of the methods used for the spread of undesired programs like adware, they are known to be software bundling, freeware packages, and malvertising. Among these methods, the most popular one is the software bundling. It is usually realized via the installers of free apps. These installers are set to install additional undesired apps. So the last time you installed a supposedly useful app you might have installed a PUP as well. This side effect usually occurs due to improperly disclosed information about added extras. The good news is that the help of the Advanced/Custom configuration step may enable you to detect the presence of added PUPs and eventually prevent them from accessing your computer.

How to Remove Redirect “Virus”

In order to remove along with all associated files that enable its appearance in the browser, you should complete several removal steps. In the guide below you will find all Deloplen removal steps in their precise order. You could choose between manual and automatic removal approaches. In order to fully get rid of all present undesired programs and strengthen PC security, we recommend that you combine the steps. Have in mind that files associated with this redirect may be stored with names that could be hardly related to the name of the redirect.

In case you have further questions or need additional help with the removal process, don’t hesitate to leave a comment or contact us at our email.

Gergana Ivanova

Gergana Ivanova

Gergana has completed a bachelor degree in Marketing from the University of National and World Economy. She has been with the STF team for four years, researching malware and reporting on the latest infections.

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