Redirect. How to remove? (Uninstall guide)

Redirect | Type: Adware
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Redirect is an Internet Explorer toolbar implemented as IE Browser Helper Object. This program redirects URL to its controlling server and then back to the correct location. The Web site can log a user's IP address and visited URLs. It has been reported that Redirect not only shows advertisements but also collects informations about the user.
Redirect properties:
• Shows commercial adverts
• Hides from the user
• Stays resident in background

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Redirect manual removal

Delete registry values:
Browse to the key:'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run'
Delete the value 'redirect'

Delete files:
redirect1.exe, redirect2.exe, redirect3.exe, redirect4.exe, redirect5.exe, redirect6.exe, redirect7.exe, redirect8.exe, redirect9.exe

Geolocation of Redirect

Map reveals the prevalence of Redirect. Countries and regions that have been affected the most are: Hong Kong, India, Nepal, Singapore and United States.

Information added: 03/19/04 10:00; information updated: 05/22/12 02:16

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Comments on Redirect

same as others. nothing in run in registry and no exe files
Many thanks for advice but I did not find the redirect entries in my registry. I also put in a find "redirect1" but this was not found.

I checked in my registry and none of those values are lited under RUN
JS;Redirector-bc does not appear within the registry removal entry suggested above...nor are any of the exe redirect# files existent...up creek without a paddle and paddling and paddling..any suggestions? (Win XP-sp2)
Spyhunter cannot remove it from my c drive. Only in regedit! SOS! SOS!
it worked for me!

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