Moved this to Malware Discussion > Home User Assistance as a better spot.
No anti-virus is 100% guaranteed. A lot depends on you, your surfing and downloading habits and whether or not you keep your system totally up to date, all aspects of it.
However some adware may get through via whatever means so I always advise people to be cautious, watch very carefully when downloading and/or updating stuff, especially for extra unwanted downloads that may be tacked on.
Also keep some extra tools handy just in case. Some are listed in the last link below.
There's an excellent removal guide for this particular one (browser hijacker) here: How to easily remove Delta-Homes.com virus (Removal Guide)
Remember that some annoyances aren't classified as malware so those may not be stopped by anything.
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Thank you so much! I followed these steps and it got rid of the virus!!
Glad to hear it, all the best ;-)
As Colleague Ex-Brit mentioned, one has to be diligent in paying close attention to what we allow to be installed on our systems. Even when you think you are indeed doing just that, there are unscrupulous applications that still get by.
Such is the case with your installation of 'Spyhunter 4'. I highly recommend removing this Application from your system as well. It is considered by many in the industry as a 'Rogue/ScareWare' I thought I might insert a couple of Blogs/Documents to help you to better understand, how these Pesky/Pups arrived on your system.
Glad that all is okay
All the Best,
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