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Tip for those fighting YourLink.tv search engine hijack on Chrome


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#1 bloodniece

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Posted 11 July 2015 - 12:46 PM

If you are having trouble getting Chrome fixed please see this post in the Chrome forum on the Google Product Forums. The malware creates a local policy that creates the regsitry entry for Chrome policies that has the entry for the bad search engine.

 

If you type chrome://policy/ in the Omnibar it will show what policies are in effect on Chrome. This is a sure sign to move ahead this suggestions in the post linked below.

 

I had the same issue and this was resolved using Gary's suggestions from this post.

 

https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!msg/chrome/nRJplgYPFPQ/PXJ-HTeOBEwJ

 

I hope this helps others,

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