Remove Flipora From Your Computer

Better still, don’t allow it onto your computer in the first place….

 

But then, Flipora Search is malware, a nuisance, which is promoted via other free downloads, and once installed it will add Flipora App to your Facebook account, and change your browser homepage and search engine to static.flipora.com.

Flipora Search will display advertisements and sponsored links in your search results, and may collect search terms from your search queries.

Most likely Flipora Search got onto your computer after you had installed a freeware software (video recording/streaming, download-managers or PDF creators) that had somehow been infected with  this browser hijacker. Or, as happened to me, one of your active friend’s/contacts’s social media account was hijacked and used to invite you to some attractive event or something else catchy. You hit on the “accept” or “join”  button and you are gone!

When you inadvertently install Flipora, you will also unwittingly agree to change your default browser homepage to static.flipora.com and set your default search engine to Flipora Search.

I know from experience.

Check out these pages for how you can remove Flipora and its traces from your system: http://malwaretips.com/blogs/remove-flipora-search/ and  http://botcrawl.com/how-to-remove-flipora/

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