How to remove Html.trojan.hidelink

Let's talk about Html.trojan.hidelink Trojan that created the enormous wave of concern recent days. If the PC is corrupted with this virus, then you most likely experience some issues with its removal. Trojans are distinguished by their multitasking, and are able to strongly resist deletion, create their own copies and reinstall after partial deletion. We know how to help you, and at the end of our item you will see the efficient tips on Html.trojan.hidelink uninstalling. Trojans rarely infect the PC solely, so you shouldn't focus on the removal of one virus, but clean the system as a whole. If you are familiar with Trojan viruses - just go to the uninstall instructions, but if Trojan viruses are something new for you - read the following paragraphs to understand how to shield the device against such threats.


What is Html.trojan.hidelink trojan

So, Trojans are the largest group of unwanted software in the Earth's infosphere that is used by web-criminals for many tasks. The very common examples of these tasks are espionage, downloading and maintaining already installed malware, the steal of passwords and important information or botnets creation. The most significant disadvantage of Trojans is being explained by their name - Trojans cannot infect anything without victim's consent. Most of users think that virus is anything that is bad for their computers, but you can't call Trojans viruses, because virus can replicate itself, that can easily distribute itself over flash drives and the Internet. Trojan viruses effectively penetrate devices with help of other tools or with victim's help, but can't do it independently. After penetrating the PC, the Trojan is extremely hard to detect without assistance of antiviral programs that is very valuable for all types of scammers. All these things were said to prove one easy thought: you shouldn't let Trojans to enter the machine, because it's very difficult to get rid of them then to avoid them.

There is a widespread (and bad) thought that antiviral tool can totally defend your device from malware. Antiviruses are very useful, but they cannot block you the access to suspicious webpages, and disallow you to download anything you want, including malware. To ensure security, you have to forget about some dangerous habits, and behave wisely on the Internet. It's not difficult, and you'll have to listen to one of the written down advices:

  • If you aren't ready to absolutely forget about using pirated content, you must thoroughly examine all tools that you're going to install. Trojan viruses usually hide beneath the guise of useful programs such as system optimizers, search engines, browsers, driver updaters, browser games and AV programs. Don't download suspicious utilities from the above list, and when installing another unlicensed tool - watchfully follow the installation, canceling all proposals for downloading additional programs.
  • The safest option is to fully stop using tools of suspicious origin. By these we mean all the tools downloaded not from the reliable developer websites or licensed vendors. Obviously, all pirated replicas of good programs also are probably malicious. If you stop downloading such software, the chances of penetration would be decreased to a minimum, and AV-program can rapidly cope with it.

Abide to these advices and you'll clearly see their result: the system will become workable, safe and quick, and will remain so forever.

Html.trojan.hidelink removal instruction

If you are MAC user, follow this guide How to remove virus from MAC

In usual cases we propose two manners to remove undesired software, but in this case, dealing with Trojans, there are far fewer ways to detect and get rid of them by hand. Trojan can be placed in the root folder of any of your tools, so an inexperienced user can make a mistake, remove an important data and cause a system malfunction. To avoid this, we have made a guide that will help you to remove Html.trojan.hidelink easily and efficiently. Stage #1 will be entering Safe Mode and checking system folders. Stage #2 is downloading and installing Spyhunter AV. Next stage will be to stick to the guide, and in five minutes your PC will be again in service.

Step 1. Boot into Safe mode

Safe mode

Start -> Msconfig.exe

Safe mode. Step 1

On the tab Boot select Safe boot

Safe mode. Step 2

Step 2. Check Startup folder

Start -> Msconfig.exe ->Disable unknown programs in the Startup tab


Step 3. Check hosts file

Modify hosts file, that located in C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\ .

Hosts file.Step 1

Open the file with Notepad and delete suspicious strings.

Hosts file.Step 2

It has to look like this:

Hosts file.Step 3

Step 4. Scan the system with antiviral scanner

Remember that you do not have to immediately buy Spyhunter - you can familiarize with its advantages by downloading an unpaid trial version. If you’re going to download Spyhunter or want to read more about it - press the link under this paragraph.

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Step 5. Disable Safe mode

Start -> Msconfig.exe ->Disable Safe boot in the Boot tab

Deactivate Safe mode

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