MySafeProxy is a program for anonymous browsing bundled with adware and distributed with other popular free programs. If you install freeware from web and do not disable optional MySafeProxy installation, then ads will appear in your Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer.
If you want to get rid of or MySafeProxy ads and remove this adware, then you can easily do that by following this guide. For this, you need to remove MySafeProxy components installed as Windows application, BHO (browser helper object) and other web browser extensions related to MySafeProxy adware. Certainly, it is possible there is more malicious programs on your computer and adware programs similar to MySafeProxy. In this case, it is better to use special removal tools for uninstalling all dangerous programs and removing other computer infections.
This removal guide will help you to remove MySafeProxy manually. If you want to get rid of ads in your web browser and malicious programs that are spying on you, then you need some detection tool like SpyHunter anti-malware scanner that offers quality detection, clean removal, and real-time protection against malicious programs.
What is MySafeProxy?
Protection against deceptively installed adware:
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Remove MySafeProxy from Windows
You need to uninstall all the MySafeProxy components manually. First, you need to uninstall the program using “Add/Remove programs”. Then you need to remove web browser add-on components that belong to MySafeProxy.
Use the following guide for manual removal. Then scan your computer with antispyware program to make sure that other hidden malicious programs are also removed.
Uninstall MySafeProxy on Windows 8
- On Metro screen click on "Search" icon. Then, type "Remove Program" in the input box and click on "Uninstall a program" menu option.
- Select "MySafeProxy for Internet Explorer " program and click "Uninstall" button at the top of the list.
Optional: If on a desktop, right click "Start" button (or the lower left corner) to open the "Quick Access Menu". Then find and click on "Programs and Features"
Optional: Click on "Control Panel" option. Find and click "Uninstall a Program" link in the menu list placed under "Programs" menu option.
Uninstall MySafeProxy on Windows 7, Vista
- Click on "Start" button at the bottom left corner of the desktop and select "Control Panel" option on the right
- Click on "Programs and Features" menu option in the Control Panel
- Search the program list and highlight MySafeProxy for Internet Explorer program. Then, click "Uninstall" button and confirm program removal.
Uninstall MySafeProxy on Windows XP
Uninstalling MySafeProxy from Windows XP is very similar to one shown above. There are minor differences in a process:
- Click on "Start" button at the bottom left corner of the desktop.
- Select "Control Panel" in the menu on the right
- Find and double-click "Add/Remove Programs" list item in the Control Panel
- Search the program list and click on MySafeProxy for Internet Explorer program. Then, click "Remove" button.
Remove MySafeProxy from Chrome
Remove MySafeProxy extensions from Google Chrome
- Start Google Chrome and click on Menu icon in the top-right corner. Select Settings in the drop down list.
- Click on Extensions on the left to display installed Chrome extensions. Find suspicious extension and click on "Remove from Chrome" icon.
- Restart your browser.
Remove MySafeProxy from Firefox
Remove MySafeProxy add-on from Mozilla Firefox
- Open Mozilla Firefox and click Menu icon at the top-right corner. Click on Add-ons icon.
- Select Extensions on the sidebar. Find suspicious add-on. Right-click it, and then click Remove button.
- Restart Firefox to complete the removal.
Remove MySafeProxy from Internet Explorer
Remove MySafeProxy extensions from Internet Explorer
- Start Internet Explorer click Tools icon in the top-right corner.
- Click on Manage add-ons option.
- Select Toolbars and Extensions tab on left, right-click on suspicious, and then click Disable option.
- Restart your web browser.
Note: Manual removal of MySafeProxy is not difficult by itself. If you still have problems with removal, then you might also need to reset your web browser. If you get a bunch of bundled adware, then you also need to remove these security threats. Use free scanners that come with SpyHunter that helps to detect other infections all remove all at once and protect your computer.
Remove MySafeProxy Adware Infection Completely
It is possible that your computer is infected with other adware programs. You can check suspicious program names with the list of adware removal tools names and see if it match. If they match, than the program belongs to adware and our removal tools can handle it for sure. Actually, they can remove hundreds thousands of viruses, but there is always a gray area where any anti-virus fails. This checking procedure is very helpful while real scanning for viruses is definitely better.