Widdit.com is a website, which offers for its visitors four different functionalities – a toolbar, add-on, autocomplete and android. However, it seems that it's not as helpful as it seems from the first sight – security experts warn that this domain relies on a browser hijacker, dedicated for redirecting search engines to unrelated websites. Usually, these domains are filled with misleading content, such as commercial pop-up ads, misleading links and notifications. After some research it has also been found that this website is closely connected to ask.com toolbar and this ask.com redirect issue, which has already been discussed on our page. So, if you are constantly redirected to Widdit.com, you should think about uninstalling this toolbar (that should be done if you have it installed, of course) and check your PC for a browser hijacker virus. For that you are highly recommended to use automated anti-malware programs.
You can install widdit manually. However, it can also come inside your PC together with other programs and downloads, such as video/audio files, software updates, toolbars and similar. Once it gets inside the PC, Widdit.com hijacker modifies computer's settings and starts its unwanted activity on victim's PC. Instead of the site you seek to visit, you will constantly be redirected to a totally different website, that has nothing to do with your search. Besides, you may find your homepage replaced to the widdit.com and find other modifications made on your computer without a permission asked. If you are constantly interrupted by this problem, you must remove Widdit.com virus from your PC.
You should never ignore redirections to Widdit.com webpage because it has nothing in common with your search query and shows wring search results. In order to stop it, you should waste no time and run a full system scan with updated SpyHunter anti-malware.
Information added: 10/16/12 05:24;
information updated: 10/16/12 05:24