Bing Redirect Virus

Bing Redirect Virus Description

Bing Redirect Virus is a threat that could install from a malicious source on the internet. The Bing Redirect Virus is more of an agent that takes your search queries when utilizing the Bing site and relays random results that could redirect you to a questionable site or ones that distributes malware on your computer. Much like the Google Redirect Virus, the Bing Redirect Virus performs similar actions where you may end up on sites not related to your initial search query. To stop the chances of the Bing Redirect Virus landing you on a questionable site or one that is potentially malicious, you must detect and remove all associated files of the Bing Redirect Virus using an updated antispyware tool capable of removing viruses for a Windows PC.

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