How to remove redirects from browsers caused by ilo134ulih.com

Also Known As: ilo134ulih.com pop-up
Type: Mac Virus
Distribution: Low
Damage level: Medium

How to remove ilo134ulih[.]com from Mac?

What is "ilo134ulih[.]com"?

The Ilo134ulih[.]com URL address is used in rogue ad campaigns. In some cases, seemingly legitimate search results provided by official search engines open a pop-up window with this URL and redirect users to dubious websites. The ilo134ulih[.]com site opens sites that show online surveys, promote unwanted apps, or ask visitors to show notifications. Do not trust any web pages that are opened via ilo134ulih[.]com.

ilo134ulih[.]com causes redirects gif

olo134ulih[.]com leads to deceptive, scam websites that are used to advertise dubious, potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). For example, it opens web pages that trick visitors into believing that their computers are infected with viruses. The main purpose is to trick people into downloading and installing a dubious app that supposedly removes the fake viruses. Scam websites and apps advertised on them cannot be trusted. Furthermore, ilo134ulih[.]com opens dubious web pages that contain various surveys. Do not provide any information requested by these sites, since it is possible that the details will be misused to generate revenue, which could cause privacy/browsing safety problems and other issues. Furthermore, ilo134ulih[.]com also opens dubious sites that ask visitors for permission to show notifications. If allowed, these dubious websites start feeding people with ads, unwanted notifications, and so on. It is not safe to click these ads, since they might open further untrustworthy websites or cause unwanted downloads/installations. The best option is to ignore and close all web pages opened by the ilo134ulih[.]com address.

Threat Summary:
Name ilo134ulih.com pop-up
Threat Type Intrusive advertising, Mac malware, Mac virus
Serving IP Address 198.134.112.243
Symptoms Your Mac becomes slower than normal, you see unwanted pop-up ads or surveys, you are redirected to dubious websites.
Distribution methods Deceptive pop-up ads, free software installers (bundling), fake flash player installers, torrent file downloads.
Additional Information ilo134ulih[.]com is used in rogue advertising networks and can appear as a result delivered by legitimate search engines
Damage Internet browser tracking (potential privacy issues), display of unwanted ads, redirects to dubious websites, loss of private information, unwanted downloads, display of unwanted notifications
Removal

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Rogue and other untrustworthy websites are often opened by PUAs that are installed on users' computers/operating systems or browsers. PUAs cause unwanted redirects, serve intrusive, deceptive ads and gather data. Generally, they are advertised as 'useful', but in fact serve just one purpose: to generate revenue for the developers. They deliver no real value for regular users.

How did potentially unwanted applications install on my computer?

Most PUAs are distributed through a deceptive marketing method called "bundling". Typically, developers use bundling to trick people into downloading and installing PUAs with other, regular software. They hide information regarding the inclusion of PUAs in "Custom", "Advanced" and other similar settings/options of the download/installation set-ups. Therefore, users who skip set-up steps without carefully studying all options can often install PUAs inadvertently. In other cases, unwanted downloads/installations occur when deceptive ads are clicked and then execute scripts designed to download and install PUAs.

How to avoid installation of potentially unwanted applications?

Download and install software with care. Do not download or install from unofficial/untrustworthy websites, using Peer-to-Peer networks such as torrent clients, eMule and so on, various third party downloaders/installers, etc. The safest download sources are official pages and direct download links. Furthermore, download/install software properly. Check "Custom", "Advanced" settings of any setup and opt-out of bundled potentially unwanted apps. Note, intrusive ads cannot be trusted. Most redirect to untrustworthy websites, usually relating to gambling, pornography, adult dating, and so on. If you encounter these redirects or unwanted ads appear regularly, uninstall all unwanted/unknown applications such as plug-ins, extensions, and add-ons from the browser and programs from the operating system. If your computer is already infected with PUAs, we recommend running a scan with Combo Cleaner Antivirus for macOS to automatically eliminate them.

Screenshot of a deceptive website (apple.com-shield[.]live) opened by ilo134ulih[.]com:

ilo134ulih.com redirecting users to apple.com-shield.live 

Instant automatic removal of ilo134ulih.com pop-up: Manual threat removal might be a lengthy and complicated process that requires advanced computer skills. Combo Cleaner is a professional automatic malware removal tool that is recommended to get rid of ilo134ulih.com pop-up. Download it by clicking the button below:
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Quick menu:

Video showing how to remove adware and browser hijackers from a Mac computer:

Potentially unwanted applications removal:

Remove potentially unwanted applications from your "Applications" folder:

mac browser hijacker removal from applications folder

Click the Finder icon. In the Finder window, select "Applications". In the applications folder, look for "MPlayerX", "NicePlayer", or other suspicious applications and drag them to the Trash. After removing the potentially unwanted application(s) that cause online ads, scan your Mac for any remaining unwanted components.

Remove ilo134ulih.com pop-up related files and folders:

Finder go to folder command

Click the Finder icon, from the menu bar. Choose Go, and click Go to Folder...

step1Check for adware-generated files in the /Library/LaunchAgents folder:

removing adware from launch agents folder step 1

In the Go to Folder... bar, type: /Library/LaunchAgents

removing adware from launch agents folder step 2
In the “LaunchAgents” folder, look for any recently-added suspicious files and move them to the Trash. Examples of files generated by adware - “installmac.AppRemoval.plist”, “myppes.download.plist”, “mykotlerino.ltvbit.plist”, “kuklorest.update.plist”, etc. Adware commonly installs several files with the same string.

step2Check for adware generated files in the /Library/Application Support folder:

removing adware from application support folder step 1

In the Go to Folder... bar, type: /Library/Application Support

removing adware from application support folder step 2
In the “Application Support” folder, look for any recently-added suspicious folders. For example, “MplayerX” or “NicePlayer”, and move these folders to the Trash.

step3Check for adware-generated files in the ~/Library/LaunchAgents folder:

removing adware from ~launch agents folder step 1


In the Go to Folder bar, type: ~/Library/LaunchAgents

removing adware from ~launch agents folder step 2

In the “LaunchAgents” folder, look for any recently-added suspicious files and move them to the Trash. Examples of files generated by adware - “installmac.AppRemoval.plist”, “myppes.download.plist”, “mykotlerino.ltvbit.plist”, “kuklorest.update.plist”, etc. Adware commonly installs several files with the same string.

step4Check for adware-generated files in the /Library/LaunchDaemons folder:

removing adware from launch daemons folder step 1
In the Go to Folder... bar, type: /Library/LaunchDaemons

removing adware from launch daemons folder step 2
In the “LaunchDaemons” folder, look for recently-added suspicious files. For example “com.aoudad.net-preferences.plist”, “com.myppes.net-preferences.plist”, "com.kuklorest.net-preferences.plist”, “com.avickUpd.plist”, etc., and move them to the Trash.

step 5 Scan your Mac with Combo Cleaner:

If you have followed all the steps in the correct order you Mac should be clean of infections. To be sure your system is not infected run a scan with Combo Cleaner Antivirus. Download it HERE. After downloading the file double click combocleaner.dmg installer, in the opened window drag and drop Combo Cleaner icon on top of the Applications icon. Now open your launchpad and click on the Combo Cleaner icon. Wait until Combo Cleaner updates it's virus definition database and click "Start Combo Scan" button.

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Combo Cleaner will scan your Mac for malware infections. If the antivirus scan displays "no threats found" - this means that you can continue with the removal guide, otherwise it's recommended to remove any found infections before continuing.

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After removing files and folders generated by the adware, continue to remove rogue extensions from your Internet browsers.

ilo134ulih.com pop-up removal from Internet browsers:

safari browser iconRemove malicious extensions from Safari:

Remove ilo134ulih.com pop-up related Safari extensions:

safari browser preferences

Open Safari browser, from the menu bar, select "Safari" and click "Preferences...".

safari extensions window

In the preferences window, select "Extensions" and look for any recently-installed suspicious extensions. When located, click the "Uninstall" button next to it/them. Note that you can safely uninstall all extensions from your Safari browser - none are crucial for normal browser operation.

  • If you continue to have problems with browser redirects and unwanted advertisements - Reset Safari.

firefox browser iconRemove malicious plug-ins from Mozilla Firefox:

Remove ilo134ulih.com pop-up related Mozilla Firefox add-ons:

accessing mozilla firefox add-ons

Open your Mozilla Firefox browser. At the top right corner of the screen, click the "Open Menu" (three horizontal lines) button. From the opened menu, choose "Add-ons".

removing malicious add-ons from mozilla firefox

Choose the "Extensions" tab and look for any recently-installed suspicious add-ons. When located, click the "Remove" button next to it/them. Note that you can safely uninstall all extensions from your Mozilla Firefox browser - none are crucial for normal browser operation.

  • If you continue to have problems with browser redirects and unwanted advertisements - Reset Mozilla Firefox.

chrome-browser-iconRemove malicious extensions from Google Chrome:

Remove ilo134ulih.com pop-up related Google Chrome add-ons:

removing malicious google chrome extensions step 1

Open Google Chrome and click the "Chrome menu" (three horizontal lines) button located in the top-right corner of the browser window. From the drop-down menu, choose "More Tools" and select "Extensions".

removing malicious Google Chrome extensions step 2

In the "Extensions" window, look for any recently-installed suspicious add-ons. When located, click the "Trash" button next to it/them. Note that you can safely uninstall all extensions from your Google Chrome browser - none are crucial for normal browser operation.

  • If you continue to have problems with browser redirects and unwanted advertisements - Reset Google Chrome.

About the author:

Tomas Meskauskas

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Malware activity

Global virus and spyware activity level today:

Medium threat activity
Medium

Increased attack rate of infections detected within the last 24 hours.

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