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Remove Internet Optimizer (2021 update)

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Internet Optimizer is an adware program that relies on internetoptimizer.exe to run in the system's background

Internet Optimizer virusInternet Optimizer is a malicious program which, once installed, starts redirecting its victims to questionable sites. The cyber threat is related to DyFuCa – spyware used to collect users' private information. It also has secondary functions like malware downloader and installer. A fake optimizer can easily install additional content, like browser extensions, plug-ins or add-ons, on the system to be able to show various advertisements when you browse the Internet. Once attached to your web browser, InternetOptimizer generates numerous advertisements including such slogans: “Ads by XXX,“ “Brought to you by XXX,“ “XXX Ads,“ “Powered by XXX.” Make sure you ignore them to protect yourself from redirects to infected websites.

Name Internet Optimizer
Type Adware
Related to DyFuCa
  • Delivers numerous pop-up ads;
  • Installs bogus extensions, and unsafe programs;
  • Causes system crashes 
Affects Every browser installed on Windows OS
Distribution Malicious websites, software bundles, deceptive ads
Elimination Use ReimageIntego for general system cleaning

The application has been promoted as a legitimate tool that is beneficial for computer's speed and well being. However, despite the attractive appearance and catchy offers, the PUP brings no positive features. These links it displays are shady and can reroute you to malicious websites offering you to install free updates or fake optimization tools. 

Another harmful effects related to this adware is that it slows down your device because it uses numerous system's resources to generate pop-up ads. If you're interested in the computer's security experts opinion, it is strongly recommended to avoid clicking on these pop-up windows, banners and different commercial content because it can result in the installation of additional malware on your computer.

The main reason to avoid clicking on these advertisements is that it may result in the automatic execution of another virus. Unfortunately, Internet Optimizer virus has already been found to be related to a malicious DyFuCa virus categorized as spyware. The program is known for collecting users' information and then misusing it for developer's needs. Your email accounts or messaging applications can be accessed what can lead you to privacy issues.

DyFuCa's relation with Internet Optimizer makes this PUP even more dangerous. In addition to various changes in the system, the spyware drops certain files and becomes even more persistent:

  • srvbwfwngw.exe;
  • srveghcxhp.exe;
  • offun.exe;
  • tcb.pmw.

As you can see, Internet Optimizer virus is not a tool you want to keep on your computer. It has no pros and causes numerous problems by running its malicious process in the background and trying to gain profit[1] by displaying numerous ads.

You should remove Internet Optimizer because of the following reasons:[2]

  • each click on the browser creates new tabs or windows with commercial sites;
  • the virus injects commonly visited sites with banners and similar commercial content;
  • it tracks users' searches and collects NPII.

Employ a trustworthy anti-malware for Internet Optimizer removal and clean the system to make sure that there are no compromised files left. Remember to fix issues with your browser by setting everything back to default. You can find a few program suggestions and tips for browser resetting down below.

Internet OptimizerInternet Optimizer is a potentially unwanted program that displays sponsored content and affects the speed of your PC.

Malware creators spread adware silently via deceptive ads and software bundles

Nowadays, the creators of unnecessary advertisement applications are very creative when it comes to spreading these programs seamlessly. They tend to use a popular and tricky freeware marketing method – bundling. It means that with some at first glance harmless program you will also receive additional applications, plug-ins, add-ons or browser extensions. You will probably won't even notice when did you decide to authorize the installation of this content – most likely you rushed and didn't choose the right installation settings.

The developers of freeware and shareware conceal additional applications under Standard or Default options. If you want to decline the installation of such additional content, you should always opt for Custom or Advanced mode. When the window expands, untick all boxes that suggest additional applications, plug-ins, browser extensions, as well as changes to your default web home page.

When it comes to more prominent and dangerous cyber threats which this PUP might be related to distribution ways are similar. However, dubious pages ask to enable processes or installations and agree to terms and conditions. You shouldn't agree to anything when browsing questionable sites. Keep anti-malware tools on the system so you can be indicated each time something possibly malicious happens. 

Delete InternetOptimizer from the system and clean your browser

If you noticed the InternetOptimizer advertisements continuously showing up, you should waste no time and secure your computer. It is quite easy when you know how to do it. You can either download an anti-spyware and let it do its work, or you can try to uninstall the virus on your own.

Our professional team, based on researchers'[3] advice, has prepared precise step-by-step instructions. Follow these guidelines below the article, and you'll get rid of the irritative ads in no time. Remove Internet Optimizer from the computer and then change browser settings to default.

Perform Internet Optimizer removal with anti-malware tools and save your time. This way you can be sure that no adware remains in the system and you can use the computer as usual again.

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To remove Internet Optimizer, follow these steps:

Eliminate Internet Optimizer from Windows systems

Get rid of the bogus Internet Optimizer tool from your Windows OS supporting device:

To remove Internet Optimizer from Windows 10/8  machines, please follow these steps:

  1. Enter Control Panel into Windows search box and hit Enter or click on the search result.
  2. Under Programs, select Uninstall a program.Uninstall from Windows 1
  3. From the list, find entries related to Internet Optimizer (or any other recently installed suspicious program).
  4. Right-click on the application and select Uninstall.
  5. If User Account Control shows up, click Yes.
  6. Wait till uninstallation process is complete and click OK.Uninstall from Windows 2

If you are Windows 7/XP user, proceed with the following instructions:

  1. Click on Windows Start > Control Panel located on the right pane (if you are Windows XP user, click on Add/Remove Programs).
  2. In Control Panel, select Programs > Uninstall a program.Uninstall from Windows 7/XP
  3. Pick the unwanted application by clicking on it once.
  4. At the top, click Uninstall/Change.
  5. In the confirmation prompt, pick Yes.
  6. Click OK once the removal process is finished.

Uninstall Internet Optimizer from Internet Explorer (IE)

Remember to reset the browser to default, so it works as usual:

Remove dangerous add-ons:

  1. Open Internet Explorer, click on the Gear icon (IE menu) on the top-right corner of the browser
  2. Pick Manage Add-ons.
  3. You will see a Manage Add-ons window. Here, look for Internet Optimizer and other suspicious plugins. Click on these entries and select Disable.Remove add-ons from Internet Explorer

Change your homepage if it was altered:

  1. Open IE and click on the Gear icon.
  2. Select Internet Options.
  3. In the General tab, delete the Home page address and replace it by your preferred one (for example,
  4. Click Apply and then select OK.Reset IE homepage

Delete temporary files:

  1. Press on the Gear icon and select Internet Options.
  2. Under Browsing history, click Delete…
  3. Select relevant fields and press Delete.Clear temporary files from Internet Explorer

Reset Internet Explorer:

  1. Click on Gear icon > Internet options and select Advanced tab.
  2. Select Reset.
  3. In the new window, check Delete personal settings and select Reset again to complete Internet Optimizer removal.Reset Internet Explorer

Remove Internet Optimizer from Microsoft Edge

Delete unwanted extensions from MS Edge:

  1. Select Menu (three horizontal dots at the top-right of the browser window) and pick Extensions.
  2. From the list, pick the Internet Optimizer-related extension and click on the Gear icon.
  3. Click on Uninstall at the bottom.Remove extensions from Edge

Clear cookies and other browser data:

  1. Click on the Menu (three horizontal dots at the top-right of the browser window) and select Privacy & security.
  2. Under Clear browsing data, pick Choose what to clear.
  3. Select everything (apart from passwords, although you might want to include Media licenses as well, if applicable) and click on Clear.Clear Edge browsing data

Restore new tab and homepage settings:

  1. Click the menu icon and choose Settings.
  2. Then find On startup section.
  3. Click Disable if you found any suspicious domain.

Reset MS Edge if the above steps did not work:

  1. Press on Ctrl + Shift + Esc to open Task Manager.
  2. Click on More details arrow at the bottom of the window.
  3. Select Details tab.
  4. Now scroll down and locate every entry with Microsoft Edge name in it. Right-click on each of them and select End Task to stop MS Edge from running.Reset MS Edge

If this solution failed to help you, you need to use an advanced Edge reset method. Note that you need to backup your data before proceeding.

  1. Find the following folder on your computer: C:\\Users\\%username%\\AppData\\Local\\Packages\\Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe.
  2. Press Ctrl + A on your keyboard to select all folders.
  3. Right-click on them and pick DeleteAdvanced MS Edge reset 1
  4. Now right-click on the Start button and pick Windows PowerShell (Admin).
  5. When the new window opens, copy and paste the following command, and then press Enter:

    Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers -Name Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)\\AppXManifest.xml” -VerboseAdvanced MS Edge reset 2

Instructions for Chromium-based Edge

Delete extensions from MS Edge (Chromium):

  1. Open Edge and click select Settings > Extensions.
  2. Delete unwanted extensions by clicking Remove.Remove extensions from Chromium Edge

Clear cache and site data:

  1. Click on Menu and go to Settings.
  2. Select Privacy and services.
  3. Under Clear browsing data, pick Choose what to clear.
  4. Under Time range, pick All time.
  5. Select Clear now.Clear browser data from Chroum Edge

Reset Chromium-based MS Edge:

  1. Click on Menu and select Settings.
  2. On the left side, pick Reset settings.
  3. Select Restore settings to their default values.
  4. Confirm with Reset.Reset Chromium Edge

Get rid of Internet Optimizer from Mozilla Firefox (FF)

Remove dangerous extensions:

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox browser and click on the Menu (three horizontal lines at the top-right of the window).
  2. Select Add-ons.
  3. In here, select plugins that are related to Internet Optimizer and click Remove.Remove extensions from Firefox

Reset the homepage:

  1. Click three horizontal lines at the top right corner to open the menu.
  2. Choose Options.
  3. Under Home options, enter your preferred site that will open every time you newly open the Mozilla Firefox.

Clear cookies and site data:

  1. Click Menu and pick Options.
  2. Go to Privacy & Security section.
  3. Scroll down to locate Cookies and Site Data.
  4. Click on Clear Data…
  5. Select Cookies and Site Data, as well as Cached Web Content and press Clear.Clear cookies and site data from Firefox

Reset Mozilla Firefox

In case Internet Optimizer did not get removed after following the instructions above, reset Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox browser and click the Menu.
  2. Go to Help and then choose Troubleshooting Information.Reset Firefox 1
  3. Under Give Firefox a tune up section, click on Refresh Firefox…
  4. Once the pop-up shows up, confirm the action by pressing on Refresh Firefox – this should complete Internet Optimizer removal.Reset Firefox 2

Delete Internet Optimizer from Google Chrome

Clean your Chrome after successful Internet Optimizer removal:

Delete malicious extensions from Google Chrome:

  1. Open Google Chrome, click on the Menu (three vertical dots at the top-right corner) and select More tools > Extensions.
  2. In the newly opened window, you will see all the installed extensions. Uninstall all the suspicious plugins that might be related to Internet Optimizer by clicking Remove.Remove extensions from Chrome

Clear cache and web data from Chrome:

  1. Click on Menu and pick Settings.
  2. Under Privacy and security, select Clear browsing data.
  3. Select Browsing history, Cookies and other site data, as well as Cached images and files.
  4. Click Clear data.Clear cache and web data from Chrome

Change your homepage:

  1. Click menu and choose Settings.
  2. Look for a suspicious site like Internet Optimizer in the On startup section.
  3. Click on Open a specific or set of pages and click on three dots to find the Remove option.

Reset Google Chrome:

If the previous methods did not help you, reset Google Chrome to eliminate all the Internet Optimizer-components:

  1. Click on Menu and select Settings.
  2. In the Settings, scroll down and click Advanced.
  3. Scroll down and locate Reset and clean up section.
  4. Now click Restore settings to their original defaults.
  5. Confirm with Reset settings to complete Internet Optimizer removal.Reset Chrome 2

After uninstalling this potentially unwanted program (PUP) and fixing each of your web browsers, we recommend you to scan your PC system with a reputable anti-spyware. This will help you to get rid of Internet Optimizer registry traces and will also identify related parasites or possible malware infections on your computer. For that you can use our top-rated malware remover: ReimageIntego, SpyHunter 5Combo Cleaner or Malwarebytes.

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  1. Advanced user says:
    March 4th, 2004 at 8:15 pm

    The EULA at Internet Optimizer's web site states the software may send all your browsing information back to its controllers. At the time of writing, however, this has not been seen to happen with the current version of the software.
    Can download and execute arbitrary unsigned code from its controlling server, as an update feature.

  2. Brad Swain says:
    May 19th, 2004 at 2:05 pm

    This software is nothing but SPAM. It provides NO useful function and redirects the screen away from the intended URL to a commercially oriented 'error' page when there is no actual error.

  3. Harley Kelchner says:
    June 6th, 2004 at 1:06 am

    All software of this nature should be viewed as a direct attack on all personal rights and the developing companys should be held HIGHLY responsible since this software does little other than create major system malfunctions.

    The advertising industry should have THE largest class-action lawsuit brought against it for their blatant missuse of public interests.

  4. Guest says:
    December 9th, 2004 at 2:12 pm

    Hi, i guess i was not the only victim of this Internet Optimizer rubish thing lol, i have no idea how it got to my computer but i guess its not me to blame sinse u all had the trouble, i hope ppl who monitor internet will sort this optimiser, i have e-mailed yogeeee company who is linked with the internet optimiser their e-mail is you can e-mail to that person whoever and ask why it always comes up, i said to them to tell me how to get rid of this rubish, hopefully they have strength to reply well take care all.

  5. Guest says:
    December 21st, 2004 at 12:12 pm

    I agree with the comment that the advertising industry and specifically the creators of the spyware should be held fully liable for the damage caused by their creations. They may have a right to pursue their trade and profession. They do not have a right, however, to trespass upon and, effectively convert, others' property, such as a computer or computer network. Thought for the day: I'll bet this could be seen as fraud, or violation of state or federal computer crimes statutes.

  6. HadeS_73 says:
    February 5th, 2005 at 4:02 pm

    If justice was for the people it would be hitting yogee instead of p2p , not only it install without my permission , but i can't uninstall it trough stander window uninstall . anybody got a real street addresse for those yogee ..? if you do e-mail me :

  7. Tony V says:
    February 8th, 2005 at 11:02 am

    Like the stupid company really thinks they are going to get hits to their sites, as well as sell any products or services by hijacking your system… This is worse then monopolizing. This is an out right virus to your pc…… But there is nothing you can do about it because we all know where you got it. Probably included in that illegal download you did.

  8. mik says:
    February 9th, 2005 at 6:02 pm

    above is a link to the removal of this god damn awful bloody program.

    but when i click on it

    guess what
    it links me to INTERNET OPTIMIZER

  9. dricenticore says:
    February 15th, 2005 at 4:02 am

    I can't get rid of it
    No one can help, because ive tried every remover there is . dang.

  10. Guest says:
    February 25th, 2005 at 1:02 pm

    I found that Ad-aware 6.0 was able to remove it. It deletes the file optimizer.exe at boot up.

  11. Guest says:
    March 9th, 2005 at 11:03 pm

    This is who they are:
    Avenue Media (
    Avenue Media
    New Haven Office Center Emancipatie Blvd 31, P.O. Box 6052
    Curacao, 00000
    5999 734 1200

    Domain Name:

    Administrative, Billing Contact:
    Avenue Media (
    Avenue Media
    New Haven Office Center Emancipatie Blvd 31, P.O. Box 6052
    Curacao, 00000
    5999 734 1200

    Technical Contact:
    Avenue Media (
    Avenue Media
    New Haven Office Center
    Curacao, NONE 00000

    Record created on Dec 19 2002.
    Record expires on Dec 19 2005.
    Domain servers:

    The previous information has been obtained either directly from the registrant or a registrar of the domain name other than Network Solutions. Network Solutions, therefore, does not guarantee its accuracy or completeness.

    Show underlying registry data for this record

    Current Registrar: TLDS, LLC DBA SRSPLUS
    IP Address: (ARIN & RIPE IP search)

    Record Type: Domain Name
    Server Type: Apache 1
    Lock Status: REGISTRAR-LOCK
    Web Site Status: Active
    DMOZ no listings
    Y! Directory: see listings

    Secure: No
    E-commerce: No
    Traffic Ranking: 1
    Data as of: 08-Jun-2004

  12. lisa kincaid says:
    March 10th, 2005 at 9:03 pm

    internet optimizer has screwed my system! publicize that !

  13. sohail says:
    March 15th, 2005 at 4:03 am

    it is a good thing that some one like to remove these shit heads from pc

  14. peter walsh says:
    March 15th, 2005 at 8:03 am

    If anyone is having trouble deleting Internet optimizer the first thing to do is to stop the programme from running. In windows XP you can do the three fingered salute (Ctrl Alt Del) and go into task manager. In the application tab you can stop the application running. Then you will have to go to the Processes tab and you will see under the column “Image name” the file ” optimizer.exe. Highlight the file and right click and select “end process”. You should be able to then delete the folder “Internet Optimizer”. Remember to empty the recycling bin.

    If you dont have windows XP facilities I use a nice little programme named Taskinfo2000, which can be found at You simply run the programme and Highlight the file optimizer.exe. and right click and select “end process”. You should be able to then delete the folder “Internet Optimizer”.

  15. ST says:
    March 24th, 2005 at 6:03 am

    Thanks for the tip pete..that optimizer site should be hacked and bought down from the net!

  16. BassPlyr Randy says:
    March 27th, 2005 at 6:03 am

    If all else fails, start your system in safe mode and then goto C:Program FilesInternet Optimizer and delete the dirty little SOB that way. Was the only way I could get rid of it

  17. an anonymous user says:
    April 1st, 2005 at 12:04 am

    i cant believe, with all my 100s of dollars of virus protection software i still managed to get it 🙁

    oh well, considering all the dodgy sites i go onto…

  18. Anton says:
    April 1st, 2005 at 3:04 pm

    It drove me mad but I finally got rid of it by downloading Ad Aware of the net. It is an excellent piece of software that finds all the spyware on your machine and then deletes it for you. The best bit is that the software is free.

  19. the best kept one says:
    April 2nd, 2005 at 8:04 am

    My optimizer stayed on there for about a day, then a little alert box came up that said “this will remove internet explorer from your system. Are you sure you want to do that?” or somthing like that.
    but after that i was able to remove it

    but i found out that it was the yahoo pool cheat from that my brother downlloaded. DONT GO THERE.

    it also infected my compy with 5 other viruses (i manged to remove 4, including internet optimizer)

    but theres still this annoying one called autoupdate that wont go away.

    i hate it when people think its fun to ruin somone elses computer. thats pretty low class.

  20. greg says:
    April 4th, 2005 at 10:04 pm

    this is so frustrating, my kids downloaded this crap, thanks i did the crtl alt del, got into process the optimiser.exe , ended this and found Internet optimiser in Programs file deleted this and its gone THANKYOU!

  21. Guest says:
    April 21st, 2005 at 10:04 am

    ctxpls.exe was also installed with it. And lots of adware.

  22. Guest says:
    May 3rd, 2005 at 7:05 am

    I think we should start providing company and employee names and addresses and start a lynchin party…

    I predict this will become the 21st century equivilant to “going Postal” of the 20th century.

  23. Guest says:
    May 9th, 2005 at 12:05 am

    I just got this spyware a few days ago and every removal suggestion on the internet doesnt help at all. I will be in your debt forever if you explain how to remove this latest version.

  24. Guest says:
    May 13th, 2005 at 10:05 am

    I cannot EVER get into one particular link with Yahoo Business Email to change an email forward setting. I ALWAYS get redirected to the internet optimizer site stating that “it” cannot find the link (URL). I have emailed Yahoo about this several times with NO response. I will download the software and see where that puts me.

  25. Guest says:
    May 18th, 2005 at 10:05 am

    Hey, the email address you have on this site goes to a porno search page–oh shame on you shame oh you–what a scam! You use a legitimate excuse to send innocent people to such a site. I am going on my email groups and tell everyone about you. Oh, by the way, my email groups have no less than a 1000 people on each on.

    the web page you have people directed to is:

  26. Guest says:
    June 1st, 2005 at 12:06 pm

    i have tried everything to get rid of internet optimizer but your instructions helped so much it is finally off of my computer. thank you.

  27. Guest says:
    June 3rd, 2005 at 10:06 am

    Ok. im serching around on the net trying to find a way to deleat these viruses….
    atleast once a day AVG7 (grisoft antivirus program), pops up and tells me it has found a virus in “C:/Temp/optomiser.exe” the virus name is “Trojan Horse Downloader.Difica.3.R”
    And also “C:/Temp/NCasePackage.exe” supporting virus “Trojan Horse Dropper.Small.12.S”
    and obviously when it askes me what i wish to do, i choose to annihilate the files……

    But the point I am getting at, is that the file keeps coming back.
    I deleat C:/temp…
    there is no such thing as C:/program files/internet optimiser.

    What the hell is going on…. YES i can DELEAT OPTIMSER.EXE… but what i want to know is HOW DO I STOP IT FROM COMING BACK…

    because im guessing that for many people, this thing probably comes back, but they just dont know about it.

    for the file to keep coming back, generally means that there is Something ELSE, on my system that is causing the problem……

    GRRR i HATE VIRUS…. es…

    Does anyone ACTUAlly know how to fix this properly…

    My Machine Supports:
    – Spybot – Search & Destroy
    – AVGfree 7.(whatever the latest udate is)
    – Ad-Aware SE Personal
    – Registry First Aid
    – PC-Cillin…. non of these have fixed my problem properly so far, so dont say that they will….

    as of yet… AVG has been the best, because atleast it tells me when optimiser appears and trys to load, and i can get rid of it before it gets a chance.

    And this is not particularly important (getting rid of it is). But does anyone know what these viruses are ment to achieve?

  28. Guest says:
    June 7th, 2005 at 8:06 pm

    your advice was the best one i got and it was simple. thanks.

  29. Guest says:
    June 19th, 2005 at 11:06 am

    Try not to download extra stuff and do it the way peter suggested – simple and you dont have to worry about possibly downloading more bugs

  30. Guest says:
    July 10th, 2005 at 11:07 am

    Thank you for the great advice on deleting this stupid freakin program. My virus software had it handled and caught it before it did any damage but it was annoying none the less. I appreciate the help.

  31. Guest says:
    July 14th, 2005 at 6:07 am

    THis is the most pathetic speed optimiser one should ever download . I have to get rid of tis thing right away

  32. Guest says:
    July 15th, 2005 at 3:07 am


  33. Guest says:
    July 17th, 2005 at 2:07 pm

    its sucks it slows my computer down when i want it to be fast.

  34. Guest says:
    July 29th, 2005 at 12:07 pm

    I dont like this spyware.Its so STUPID to make such site!

  35. Guest says:
    July 31st, 2005 at 5:07 pm

    where do I find his instructions on how to remove internet optimizer?

  36. Guest says:
    August 11th, 2005 at 1:08 pm

    I have a cable connection and now this virus has slowed down my internet so much. Worse than dial up

  37. Guest says:
    August 31st, 2005 at 3:08 pm

    i found that by revealing hidden files and deleting internet optimizer and all associated file i was able to kill this silly really badly made spyware trojan piece of crap and made sure it didnt come back. by the way be careful if u d/l download accelerator plus coz this lil app usually comes with it.

  38. Guest says:
    December 7th, 2005 at 10:12 am

    aarrrrrhhhhhhhh this stupid Internet Optimizer makes me panic.
    can this spyware damage my file?

  39. Guest says:
    April 25th, 2006 at 6:04 pm

    Please Try to ease down on this program because when i type in a site all i get is internet optimizer!!

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