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Danger level 8
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Normal system programs crash immediatelly
  • Slow internet connection
  • System crashes
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Slow Computer

MySideSearch

MySideSearch is an adware application that delivers commercial pop-ups related to web search results and may also promote malicious websites. My Side Search is extremely difficult to uninstall or turn off, and although it does not pose a threat to the system user’s privacy, it may load pop-ups all over the screen and make it difficult to use the computer. We found that this adware can change browser settings, show commercial adverts, connect itself to the internet, hide from the user, and stay present in background. Just like most adware applications, this one consist of advertising functions that have been integrated into or bundled with software, which is often designed to note what Internet sites the user visits and to present advertising pertinent to the types of goods or services featured there. The authors of this adware include additional code that delivers the ads, which can be viewed through pop-up windows or through a bar that appears on a computer screen. All in all, you should delete MySideSearch from a system as soon as it is detected.

It is most likely that MySideSearch has invaded your operating system if you are reading this report. Was it installed without permission or did you agree to it yourself? It is unlikely that computer users will learn about this software in an unrelated source and seek it out like they would with normal, legitimate, and reliable software. It is much more likely that this adware will be introduced to you along with more attractive programs promoted on unreliable websites or via misleading advertisements. Of course, we do not say it is impossible that this ad-supported software will be downloaded illegally, without your notice and permission, but it is much more likely that you have let it in yourself. Are you sure this is the only suspicious piece of software that is installed onto your computer? Depending on how this adware was introduced to you, third-party software could have been installed along with it. Inspect the unfamiliar software installed on your computer to make sure that serious computer infections are not hiding.

Scroll down below to see the list of files and registry entries associated with MySideSearch. As you can see, there are quite a few files that this adware uses. The dynamic link library files that this adware has employed include evfjtpvckvr.dll, kofjewxnjcaamfzoe.dll, cimtvflnzlfzbx.dll, imod3.dll, oqarib.dll, and Omahonafazeq.dll. DLL files can be used for an array of different reasons, including hooking and downloading components. These files make sure that the entire infection functions smoothly. You need to remove these files just as fast as you should remove the EXE files installed along with the threat. Some of these files have taken on the names that might confuse users, such as ieupdates.exe, AntivirusXP.exe, or Test.exe. These file names can represent authentic files, and we are sure that this is used to conceal MySideSearch. We have also found a file called “winlogin.exe”. A file with the same name belongs to Microsoft, and it is an important component of your operating system. We are not sure whether the name is clandestine or if the threat has infected the original file, which is why you have to be cautious with its removal. Of course, we can tell you right away that you need to remove twex.exe, a file that is associated with Infostealer.Banker.C (also known as PWS:Win32/Zbot.G) and which is likely to initiate the theft of sensitive, personal information.

You have to make sure you eliminate all malicious threats from your operating system. We identify the suspicious MySideSearch as a potentially dangerous threat as it can easily introduce malware via the ads that it may inject. Whether you browse the web or search for information using your regular search tool, it is possible that ads will be injected. Some of these ads might be difficult to identify as malicious, which is why you should refrain from interacting with any of them. If you are not sure that you can delete all components manually – and not many users will know how to do this – employ an automated malware detection and removal tool instead. If you are still not sure as to how you should proceed, you can start a discussion in the comments section right below.

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Files associated with MySideSearch infection:

evfjtpvckvr.dll
kofjewxnjcaamfzoe.dll
cimtvflnzlfzbx.dll
imod3.dll
vvunbwrhxa.exe
AntivirusXP.exe
winlogin.exe
oqarib.dll
i386si.sys
Hyves_Browser_Instalation.exe
Hyves_Browser.exe
loader[1].exe
Test.exe
ieupdates.exe
new26[1].exe
adv111[1].exe
gr[2].exe
new23[1].exe
Omahonafazeq.dll
usp10.dll
ntos.exe
1[1].exe
StartApp.exe
SSEngine.dll
AdwarePro_Setup[1].exe
AdwarePro.exe
ert51791.exe
card[1].exe
TckBX673.exe
winkfmc.exe
ParisHilton[1].exe
winafoe.exe
load[1].exe
iii[1].exe
vamsoft.exe
bd3q0qix.exe
bnmio.exe
~tmpa.exe
setupapi.dll
cvucujahoza.dll
uxeqipuzimocin.dll
1462403437.exe
9179499.exe
fwanqtvosgmeh.dll
duzfajdjnnyxethwo.dll
ati8quxx.sys
install[1].exe
nucrdgutfobgtns.dll
slvfjr.dll
janizf.dll
zaqlfc.dll
ntdrv32.exe
twex.exe
kaakrfarngn.dll
uomdforzjdpft.dll
weiqmbzcztfdaipf.dll
merkkdpotli.dll
mvorvfxfzpfmyqn.dll
syesipramhghosp.dll
loisruvjzhztko.dll

MySideSearch DLL's to remove:

syesipramhghosp.dll
mvorvfxfzpfmyqn.dll
evfjtpvckvr.dll
kofjewxnjcaamfzoe.dll
cimtvflnzlfzbx.dll
imod3.dll
oqarib.dll
Omahonafazeq.dll
usp10.dll
SSEngine.dll
setupapi.dll
cvucujahoza.dll
uxeqipuzimocin.dll
fwanqtvosgmeh.dll
duzfajdjnnyxethwo.dll
nucrdgutfobgtns.dll
slvfjr.dll
janizf.dll
zaqlfc.dll
kaakrfarngn.dll
uomdforzjdpft.dll
weiqmbzcztfdaipf.dll
merkkdpotli.dll
loisruvjzhztko.dll

MySideSearch processes to kill:

vvunbwrhxa.exe
AntivirusXP.exe
winlogin.exe
Hyves_Browser_Instalation.exe
Hyves_Browser.exe
loader[1].exe
Test.exe
ieupdates.exe
new26[1].exe
adv111[1].exe
gr[2].exe
new23[1].exe
ntos.exe
1[1].exe
StartApp.exe
AdwarePro_Setup[1].exe
AdwarePro.exe
ert51791.exe
card[1].exe
TckBX673.exe
winkfmc.exe
ParisHilton[1].exe
winafoe.exe
load[1].exe
iii[1].exe
vamsoft.exe
bd3q0qix.exe
bnmio.exe
~tmpa.exe
1462403437.exe
9179499.exe
install[1].exe
ntdrv32.exe
twex.exe

Remove MySideSearch registry entries:

Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects\{44CBE700-FF61-37CA-A7EE-8B5C07B3A617}
Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects\{CF6B26C8-0EA5-D9BE-C0BF-CDD4129C37B4}
Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects\{69F6B92E-7E7E-73FA-B838-913AE5213596}
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Explorer Bars\{5F97CFC7-609B-0740-CE35-0442284C213C}
Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects\{8eb480e8-dcb5-4db5-92b5-4480e91f4d8c}
Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects\{4273b739-5c53-4180-bdc1-7058285408e1}
Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects\{f9905805-0ccc-4ded-8691-6c2a9991633d}
Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects\{1431fda9-cc48-4eb6-8105-4bfac469daf3}
Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects\{638bdd5c-1962-4eaf-91d8-3daaf0ede4ab}
Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper
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