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These DNSUnlocker things are everywhere on every page on my PC. I don't even know how it even got on my system. After finding it in control panel and uninstalling it, it seems to still terrorize my pc, with most words becoming links for "ads" which is really annoying when trying to click play on one of my games.

I won't be able to add images because the images button has been taken over by the adware.

How can I stop this "DNS Unlocker" adware from messing up my PC?

marked as duplicate by Tetsujin, Moab, fixer1234, karel, DavidPostill Aug 30 '15 at 10:02

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  • Sadly I can't check, this adware has taken over the link. – VirtualHat Aug 29 '15 at 9:56
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    You need to be working from a different machine anyway... – Tetsujin Aug 29 '15 at 10:04
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Following this site, downloading Malwarebytes should do the trick and completely remove it. If you have trouble, there's a direct link to the installer. There seems to be another way (the manual way), but I'd try this one as the final shot.

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