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Threat indicator: HIGH

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Affected OS:

Mediaplex Cookie

notPad.exe

Adware

Win32 (Windows XP, Vista, Seven, 8)


Wide-Area Network marketers always prepare something new to compel mediaplex cookie attractive to users. Nowadays when WAD is widespread mediaplex cookie is very effective to lower the come tos of products manufacture but it doesn't make users appreciate the works and they still crave to remove mediaplex cookie. You should remove mediaplex cookie because it can register malware operations as Microsoft Windows Services. The managers of mediaplex cookie infected computers may face serious questions when endeavouring to remove mediaplex cookie even with a worthy mediaplex cookie removal tool. Mediaplex cookie can ensure betrayware which reports that some malicious programs is uncovered on your PC and you need to kill that. Confidentiality-invasive applications whatever it is - mediaplex cookie, spyware or tracking products is as harmful as infections and other malware, so serious mediaplex cookie removal procedures are needed.


Mediaplex Cookie intrusion method

Mediaplex Cookie copies its file(s) to your hard disk. Its typical file name is notPad.exe. Then it creates new startup key with name Mediaplex Cookie and value notPad.exe. You can also find it in your processes list with name notPad.exe or Mediaplex Cookie. Also, it can create folder with name Mediaplex Cookie under C:\Program Files\ or C:\ProgramData.

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How to remove Mediaplex Cookie manually?

This problem can be solved manually by deleting all registry keys and files connected with Mediaplex Cookie, removing it from starup list and unregistering all corresponding DLLs. Additionally missing DLL's should be restored from distribution in case they are corrupted by Mediaplex Cookie.

To get rid of Mediaplex Cookie, you should:

1. Kill the following processes and delete the appropriate files:

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Warning: you should delete only those files which checksums are listed as malicious. There may be valid files with the same names in your system. We recommend you to use Mediaplex Cookie Removal Tool for safe problem solution.

2. Delete the following malicious folders:

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3. Delete the following malicious registry entries and\or values:

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Warning: if value is listed for some registry entries, you should only clear these values and leave keys with such values untouched. We recommend you to use Mediaplex Cookie Removal Tool for safe problem solution.


4. Manually fix browser problems

Mediaplex Cookie can affect your browsers which results in browser redirection or search hijack. We recommend you to use free option "Reset Browsers" under "Tools" in Stronghold AntiMalware to reset all the browsers at once. Mention that you need to remove all files and kill all processes belonging to Mediaplex Cookie before doing this. To reset your browsers manually and restore your homepage perform the following steps:

Internet Explorer

  • If you use Windows XP, click Start, and then click Run. Type the following in the Open box without quotes, and press Enter: "inetcpl.cpl"

  • If you use Windows 7 or Windows Vista, click Start. Type the following in the Search box without quotes, and press Enter: "inetcpl.cpl"

  • Click the Advanced tab

  • In Reset Internet Explorer settings, click Reset. Click Reset in opened window again.

  • Select Delete personal settings checkbox to remove browsing history, search providers, homepage

  • After Internet Explorer finishes resetting, click Close in the Reset Internet Explorer Settings dialog box

Warning: In case this option will not work use free option Reset Browsers under Tools in Stronghold AntiMalware.

Google Chrome

  • Go to the installation folder of Google Chrome: C:\Users\"your username"\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\User Data.

  • In the User Data folder, look for a file named as Default and rename it to DefaultBackup.

  • Launch Google Chrome and a new clean Default file will be created.

Warning: This option might not work if in Google Chrome you use online synchronization between PCs. In this case use free option Reset Browsers under Tools in Stronghold AntiMalware.

Mozilla Firefox

  • Open Firefox

  • Go to Help > Troubleshooting Information in menu.

  • Click the Reset Firefox button.

  • After Firefox is done, it will show a window and create folder on the desktop. Click Finish.

Warning: This option will also clean all your account passwords for all websites. If you don't want it use free option Reset Browsers under Tools in Stronghold AntiMalware.

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Information provided by: Alexey Abalmasov

Here are the descriptions of problems connected with Mediaplex Cookie and notPad.exe we received earlier:

Problem Summary: mediplex

Everytime i go to facebook it takes me to mediaplex.com and i have tried several downloads to try and get rid of it but it doesnt seem to be working and it is rather frustrationg, please help.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: My facebook keeps redirecting me to Mediaplex

Whenever I go to http;//www.facebook.com , there is always a page that sais "Mediaplex is redirecting you. If this doesnt work after a few seconds, click here" and it shows a link. After about a second, The Mediaplex homepage shows up and everytime I go to Facebook, the same thing happens.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: Facebook redirect to mediaplex

Facebook keeps taking me to mediaplex.com, as well as other sites. But only the sites that require a login username and password.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: Facebook redirect to mediaplex

Whenever I try to get on facebook it redirects me to this site.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: Cannot access Facebook

Facebook gets redirected to mediaplex everytime I try and go to it.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: Browsers redirect to MEDIAPLEX

Both Firefox and IE redirect to MEDIAPLEX when I try to go to FACEBOOK.

Been trying to locate and delete any cookies and/or references to MEDIAPLEX on my computer with no luck.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: mediaplex

Every time I try to go to facebook.com I get redirected to mediaplex.com.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: mediaplex tracking cookie on start upp

cannot get brid of this tracking cookie on start up please help

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: mediaplex

I cannot get into my e-mail account without that mediaplex taking it over!

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: Mediaplex redirect

Every time I go to www.facebook.com I get redirected to www.mediaplex.com. So far the redirect only occurs when I try to go to Facebook. I've done a virus scan and found nothing, and I've cleared my browser history, caches, and cookies. I'm not sure what to do now.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

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