How do I block iVIDI Ads effectively?

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In this tutorial you will find the effective solution to get rid of Ads by iVIDI from your browser. These ads have been noticed to attack all major browsers, including Google Chrome, Opera, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. The adware may display a lot of sponsored ads which may lead you to various third-party websites. It is quite true that sometimes these ads are even relevant to what you’ve been looking before. But this doesn’t mean that iVIDI is a good program.

Ads brought by iVIDI

The sole purpose of iVIDI is to bring income to the people who stand behind it, i.e. those who own and distribute in the Internet. When you actually click on its ads or buy anything through them, these people get their profit. However, this adware doesn’t really care about helping you find something online.

The presence of iVIDI adware makes your system to function extremely slow. You may as well notice that your browser actually acts quite weird. You may be redirected to various third-party websites all the time, which may contaminate your system even more tremendously with all sorts of other junk.

iVIDI adware is spread in the Internet along with many other free applications. You need to make sure that you don’t allow any concealed installations to occur in your system without your intention or approval. For this purpose you need to make sure you carefully read the EULAs (End User License Agreements) related to all these free programs you’re going to install into your system. If you do read the information about some additional software you don’t need, make sure you always switch to the advanced or custom installation mode where you may uncheck all third-party extras from becoming the part of your system by default.

Some users today actually fail to be duly attentive, so they just blindly click on “Next” and “I agree” buttons, without actually understanding what exactly they agree with. So, this is how iVIDI adware is brought into the PCs. If you would like to get rid of this program effectively you may choose GridinSoft Trojan Killer, which is a powerful anti-adware solution that will help you do the removal job very well (with its full registered version). Finally, you will also need to reset your browsers with its help. If you require more assistance on our part, please feel free to contact us at any time.


iVIDI automatic removal tool:

iVIDI removal steps:

  • Download GridinSoft Trojan Killer and scan your computer with it.
  • Click on “Apply” to remove all infections found after the scan is completed:
  • Apply actions by Trojan Killer

  • Shut down all your available browsers.
  • In GridinSoft Trojan Killer click on “Tools” and then on “Reset browser settings“:
  • Built-in utility of Trojan Killer to reset browser settings

  • Follow the instructions, select browsers you need to be reset, and click on “Reset” button. Finally, restart your computer to apply all made changes:
  • Options to reset browsers with Trojan Killer

Video explaining how to reset your browser using GridinSoft Trojan Killer:

How to prevent your PC from being reinfected with iVIDI in the future.

GridinSoft Trojan Killer offers excellent solution which may help to prevent your system from being contaminated with malware ahead of time. This feature is referred to as “Real-Time Protection”. By default, it is disabled once you install the software. To enable it, please click on “Protect” button and press “Start” as demonstrated below:

Enabling Real-Time Protection by GridinSoft Trojan Killer

This options helps you to prevent execution of malicious programs and to avoid their installation ahead of time. When certain malware tries to install itself into your system, GridinSoft Trojan Killer and its Real-Time Protection module will terminate this installation attempt ahead of time. You may click on “Confirm” button to continue blocking this malicious program, or to select “Ignore this file” and allow the malicious application to be installed (at your own risk):

Malicious item blocked by Trojan Killer

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