How to Eliminate Browser from Redirects to Fidonav.com

How to eliminate browser redirects to fidonav.com?

What is fidonav.com?

Developers present fidonav.com as a
“top-notch” Internet search engine that supposedly enhances the web
browsing experience by generating improved results, and by providing
quick access to various popular websites (such as Facebook, eBay,
YouTube, etc.) Judging on appearance alone, fidonav.com may seem
legitimate and useful, however, developers promote this site using rogue
download/installation set-ups that modify browser options without
permission. Furthermore, fidonav.com delivers intrusive advertisements
and tracks users’ Internet browsing activity.
fidonav.com browser hijacker
Rogue set-ups hijack Internet Explorer,
Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, stealthily modifying the new tab
URL, default search engine, and homepage options by assigning them to
fidonav.com. Set-ups append targets of browser options with this same
URL. Therefore, users are automatically redirected to fidonav.com when
they open a new browser tab or search via the URL bar. These redirects
significantly diminish the browsing experience. In addition, users are
unable to revert these changes, since set-ups stealthily install a
number of “helper objects” – third party applications and/or browser
plug-ins. Helper objects continue to reassign the aforementioned options
when attempts are made to change them. Therefore, returning browsers to
their previous states becomes impossible. Furthermore, fidonav.com and
helper objects (also known as potentially unwanted programs or PUPs)
often deliver various ‘malvertising’ ads (pop-ups, coupons, banners,
etc.) The ads are irrelevant to the user and often conceal underlying
content, also diminishing the browsing experience. They might also
redirect to malicious websites or even run scripts that download and
install malware/PUPs. Clicking them can result in high-risk computer
infections. As mentioned above, fidonav.com (and
potentially unwanted programs) continually record various user-system
information that might contain personal details. Developers commonly
sell this data to third parties for dubious marketing purposes and to
generate revenue. Therefore, potentially unwanted programs and
fidonav.com pose a direct threat to your privacy and Internet browsing
safety. We strongly advise you to uninstall all suspicious
applications/browser plug-ins and never visit this site again.

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There are many fake search engines similar to fidonav.com including, for example, yardood.com, websrch.net, searchsecretly.net, and searchererr.website. All
claim to enhance the web browsing experience by generating improved
search results and by providing other ‘useful features’ (quick access to
popular websites, weather forecasts, currency exchange rates, etc.),
however, fake search engines are designed only to generate revenue for
the developers. Most are useless for regular users. As well as
delivering intrusive ads and collecting various information, these
websites are also likely to generate false search results (to promote
other dubious websites). As with intrusive ads, false search results can
also lead to malicious websites. Therefore, using a fake search engine
can lead to serious privacy issues or even identity theft.

How did fidonav.com install on my computer?

As mentioned above, fidonav.com is
promoted using rogue download/installation set-ups. This deceptive
marketing method is called “bundling”. Developers are aware that many
users rush the download/installation processes and skip steps.
Furthermore, developers do not properly disclose
details of browser modifications – this information is often concealed
(usually within the “Custom/Advanced” options of the
download/installation dialogs). Therefore, skipping this section
inadvertently grants set-ups permission to modify browser options,
exposes systems to risk of infections, and compromises users’ privacy.

How to avoid installation of potentially unwanted applications?

To prevent installation of potentially
unwanted programs (such as “helper objects”), be very cautious when
downloading/installing software and browsing the Internet. Be aware that
PUPs are also proliferated using the “bundling” method, and via
intrusive ads. Therefore, carefully analyze each window of the
download/installation dialog and opt-out of all additionally-included
programs. Bundling is often used in third party download/installation
tools. These should never be used – download your software from official
sources only using a direct download URL. Furthermore, intrusive ads
may seem legitimate and it is difficult to determine if they originate
from the visited websites. If you have clicked ads that lead to rogue
websites (for example, pornography, adult dating, gambling, etc.),
immediately check the list of installed applications/browser plug-ins
and eliminate any suspicious entries. The key to computer safety is
caution.
Quick menu:

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fidonav.com redirect removal:

Windows 7 users:

Accessing Programs and Features (uninstall) in Windows 7
Click Start (Windows Logo at the bottom left corner of your desktop), choose Control Panel. Locate Programs and click Uninstall a program.

Windows XP users:

Accessing Add or Remove Programs in Windows XP
Click Start, choose Settings and click Control Panel. Locate and click Add or Remove Programs.

Windows 10 and Windows 8 users:

Accessing Programs and Features (uninstall) in Windows 8
Right-click in the lower left corner of the screen, in the Quick Access Menu select Control Panel. In the opened window choose Programs and Features.

Mac OSX users:

Uninstall app in OSX (Mac)
Click Finder, in the opened screen select Applications. Drag the app from the Applications folder to the Trash (located in your Dock), then right click the Trash icon and select Empty Trash.

fidonav.com browser hijacker uninstall via Control Panel
In the uninstall programs window: look for any recently-installed potentially unwanted applications, select these entries and click “Uninstall” or “Remove“.
After uninstalling the potentially
unwanted program that causes browser redirects to the fidonav.com
website, scan your computer for any remaining unwanted components. To
scan your computer, use recommended malware removal software.

Download remover for fidonav.com browser hijacker
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