How to Remove TT Hijacker Spyware


When you surf the Internet or download files from peer-to-peer file-sharing networks, you expose your computer to potentially malicious software such as spyware. The TT Hijacker spyware, which is also known as the Small.TT spyware, tracks the websites you visit and also attempts to download other spyware files to your hard drive. To ensure your privacy and protect your computer from harm, you will need to delete the spyware's main executable file and then run an antispyware utility.

Things You'll Need

  • Antispyware software
  • Follow the Resources link to the Spybot Search & Destroy website if your computer doesn't have a similar spyware removal utility already installed. Download the Spybot program and then follow the on-screen installation instructions.

  • Open up your computer's Task Manager window by pressing the "Ctrl," "Alt" and "Delete" keys at the same time. Click on the "Processes" tab at the top of the window.

  • Check the listing of program files to see if there is a file named "Bind.exe." Click on the "Bind.exe" entry if it is present and then click "End Process."

  • Close the Task Manager. Bring up the computer's Start menu and select the "Search" option. Type "Bind.exe" into the search field.

  • Right-click the "Bind.exe" file and choose "Delete." Type "regedit" into the search field and double-click the icon that appears.

  • Press the "Ctrl" and "F" buttons together to access the registry editor's search function. Type "Bind.exe" into the search field. Delete the registry entry that shows up in the results. Close the registry editor.

  • Access the Spybot Search & Destroy program or the antispyware utility that was already installed on your computer. Click on the program's "Update" button and wait for the updates to finish installing.

  • Click on the "Check For Problems" icon at the upper-left end of the window. Choose "Remove Problems" after the spyware scan finishes running to finish removing the TT Hijacker spyware.

Tips & Warnings

  • You can use your spyware program to scan individual files before opening them. Right-click on any file you download from the Internet and select "Scan with Spybot" to find out if it contains any spyware.
  • If you have the Microsoft Windows operating system, you won't be able to open an antispyware program normally. Instead of double-clicking on the program's icon, you will instead need to right-click on it and select "Run as Administrator."


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