How do I get rid of omiga-plus?
Get Malwarebytes free anti-malware software from that programs web site or CNET and run it. When prompted, allow it to fix what it finds. Notice that I mention getting that software from safe sites rather than some site claiming to have a fix. That is because you have the problem from downloading software from sites that have failed to test for presence of malware. Once bitten, twice shy.
But you can Google for sites which list fixes in detail. Just avoid directly downloading any software from their site. Rather, go to a site you can have some confidence in (not just a shot in the dark).
Here is a site that gives specific directions pertaining to specific browsers. But I strongly advise you simply run Malwarebytes programs first. (Give a thought to using Spyware Blaster which might just prevent such annoyances.)
Feb 06, 2015 |