“Password” Removal


In this article we are going to try and help you remove Our instructions cover all Windows versions as well as most browsers – Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer etc.

We are happy to welcome you to our page. Let us guess: probably you have already found out that your PC has been contaminated with a type of software called If you have been greeted by a pop-up message requesting your Passowrd details please continue reading. In the article below you will learn everything about this issue. We are going to answer all your questions like: “Why is my browser behaving in a strange way?”, “Why can I see so many ads while I am surfing the web?”, “Why does my browser sometimes redirect me to unfamiliar Internet addresses without my consent?”  After explaining everything about the nature of, we are going to suggest some removal steps in our uninstallation guide at the end of this page. We hope that you will find both the article and the guide helpful and useful enough and they will work perfectly for you.

What features characterize

Experts have classified this program as a browser hijacker. In general, browser hijackers are versions of ad-producing software that have some additional, sometimes irritating features. For example, browser hijackers not only display different ads while you are surfing the Internet, but they may also suddenly redirect you to some unfamiliar pages or entirely change the look of your browser by changing its homepage.  The whole process is actually legitimate because it works to serve the marketing industry. All the generated ads you are seeing have been paid for and purchased by vendors interested in promoting their own products. As a result, many developers are motivated by the prospect of making some extra money and they agree to distribute and other similar software products.

The most usual way of spreading browser hijackers is by including them into software bundles. You are already aware that this happens because of the expected profits from this marketing activity. This is also the case here; programmers create software bundles to distribute the programs created by them for free, but to receive some money from the ads that Adware and browser hijackers may show once installed on any computer. Of course, we can find not only in bundles, but also in torrents, shareware, spam emails and infected web pages.

When it comes to the actual method of contaminating a system with a browser hijacker, we must mention that only downloading it won’t leave any PC infected. Such programs need to be knowingly or unknowingly installed. Many users complete the installation process without having any clue that there are browser hijackers in the given bundle they have downloaded. It happens because they may habitually choose the wrong installation step: the Default one and in this way have given their approval for the installing of the whole content of the bundle. We should learn from such mistakes. If you want to keep your system free of ads and yourself free of annoying situations, the installation feature for you is only one: the Advanced one. In this way you will be able to leave behind all the unnecessary components of the bundle.

One more thing characterizes and this is the fact that this program is NOT a virus. There are users who get easily annoyed by the pop-ups and banners it produces. That’s why they think it is a version of malware, but this isn’t true. Malware is used for all kinds of dishonest activities such as crushing systems, blocking files, encryption of data, blackmailing users and stealing personal credentials – traits of typical viruses such as Trojans and Ransomware. Contrary to this, is only used for advertising products and services. However, there might come some danger from it because some of the redirections are capable to leading to infected websites. One more aspect of browser hijackers that may seriously bother some users is their ability to track one’s browsing history and the struggling to define any user’s personal preferences. In this way, in case your system has been contaminated with a browser hijacker, and you check for the cheapest flights to Madrid, for example, on a daily basis, it is very likely that all of the displayed ads by the program after that will be relevant to those search requests and will suggest flight deals.

Removal options

Removing may be made easier by the removal guide below. We have created every single instruction there with attention to every detail. Study it carefully before you proceed with its implementation and you should succeed in your endeavor to uninstall “Password” Removal

Many types of malware will restrict your access to their core files. It is highly recommended that you reboot your PC in safe mode before attempting to use this guide.

  • To enable Safe Mode reboot you PC, then hit F8 repeatedly. When the corresponding menu opens please select Safe Mode with Networking.

WARNING! If you are using Windows 8,0 or later and/or your operating system is installed on a fast SSD drive this may fail to work. In this case click here to see how to start your PC in Safe Mode.

#1: Uninstall the malicious program from your control panel


Enter control panel to look for any suspicious programs, which may have installed on your PC. To do that:

  1. Navigate to your Desktop
  2. Press simultaneously the Win button together with the R button (Win+R)
  3. In the Run window that just opened type appwiz.cpl

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  1. Go through the list of programs and find or anything else that may seem suspicious. Right-click on it and choose the uninstallation option

WARNING! Carefully read any confirmation messages that may be created in the process. Sometimes you may get offers to download more Adware applications and this can be linked to either the Yes or the No answer depending on the wording!

  • Optional:

Go through the list of programs again and check online for any potentially unwanted programs. We have an article that covers this awesome free software that makes sure that your computer is free from bloatware and programs that you don’t need.

#2: Remove From Chrome

Now we’ll remove the extensions that the malware has attached to your browser.

  1. Open your Google Chrome browser.
  2. Type chrome://extensions/  in the URL address bar and press Enter.
  3. Click on “Developer Mode” on the top right and look for the extension installed by and anything that might be related to it. Copy their IDs (the string of letters), then remove them by clicking on the trash bin icon.

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  1. Type Regedit in the Windows Start Menu and press Enter. Go in : HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Google\Chrome\Extensions and delete the entries corresponding to the suspicious IDs you recorded.

#3: Remove From Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox browser.
  2. Type “about:support” in the URL address bar and press Enter.
  3. Click on the “Refresh Firefox” button on the right and confirm.

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#4 Remove From Internet Explorer

  1. Open your Internet Explorer internet browser.
  2. Click on the Gear icon on the up right, then on manage add-ons.
  3. Go through the list disable any suspicious extensions.

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#5 Remove any leftover parasitic processes


From the task manager:

  1. Use Ctrl + Shift + Esc and open the Task manager, then click on the Processes
  2. Go through the list of processes and look for unknown or otherwise suspicious entries.
  3. If you see anything suspicious right click on the process and shoes Open File Location, then terminate the process and delete any files you find in the directory.

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WARNING! If the directory you open from this menu has no files inside of it it’s probably because the malware has hidden them. You need to reveal hidden files and folders in order to be able to see them. Click here if you don’t know how to do that.

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From the start menu:

  1. Press simultaneously the Win button together with the R button (Win+R)
  2. In the Run window that just opened type msconfig
  3. Click on the Startup tab.

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This menu controls which programs are loaded when windows starts after a reboot. Disable anything that seems suspicious. Optionally you can also disable any program that you don’t need and also has a high impact on your startup time.

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