CreateDocsOnline Browser Hijacker Removal Tool

This is a rogue browser hijacker which portraits itself as a legitimate browser toolbar, but in reality, it harms your computer’s performance.

CreateDocsOnline  Removal Tool


How does it get into your computer? How malicious is it?

Hackers distribute this as an adware, which comes as a freeware, bundled with some software that you might have downloaded for conversion of some file or document to a different format. Its doubtful activities include stealth installation and tracking of user’s surfing history which makes this application harmful.

Behavioral Changes:

  1. CreateDocsOnline once installed as a browser hijacker, replaces the default settings of the homepage.
  2. Installs thumbnails, with various conversion button.
  3. Creates an icon on the upper right side which says CreateDocsOnline.
  4. Search engine gets mostly redirected to
  5. Slows down the computers browsing speed.
    Home Page

Targeted Browsers

  1. Google Chrome.
  2. Mozilla Firefox.

How to Remove ‘CreateDocsOnline’

This is a compiled guide to help you remove the hijacker installed on your machine. Follow these steps in the correct order so that you don’t end up harming your computer further.

Removing CreateDocsOnline browser hijacker using CreateDocsOnline_RemovalTool.

Removing CreateDocsOnline browser hijacker manually.

Scan your PC with CreateDocsOnline

  1. Download CreateDocsOnline RemovalTool by clicking on the given link:
    CreateDocsOnline RemovalTool
  2. As soon as you will open the downloaded file a security warning pop-up will appear as shown below, click on ‘Run’ button.
    You will not see this pop-up in Windows 10.

    Run Pop-Up
  3. Again a pop-up window will appear. Click on ‘Yes’.
  4. A setup window will appear. Click on ‘Next’ button to start the process of installation.
  5. Automatically it will detect and show the active threats present in your system.
  6. To remove all the threats which are detected, click on ‘Clean Now’.
    NOTE: If any browser are still running, close all the open browsers before proceeding.
  7. A pop-up will show you all the infected files, folders and registry entries has been removed successfully.

How to remove CreateDocsOnline manually?

chrome Google Chrome

Steps to remove CreateDocsOnline from Google Chrome:

  1. Press  window key +R button on keyboard to open ‘Run’ box.
  2. In the Run box which appears, type the path: ‘%localappdata%\Google\Chrome\User Data‘.
  3. Search for Default folder and then Extensions
  4. Delete the folder that would be named somewhat like this: ‘moghnflhlcpjkjkpnpgebffcjbmifljk’.
  5. Go back to Google Chrome.
  6. Now go to Menu > More Tools > Extensions.
  7. Delete the extension named ‘CreateDocsOnline ‘.

mozilla Mozilla Firefox

Steps to remove CreateDocsOnline from Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Press  window key +R button on keyboard to open ‘Run’ box.
  2. In the Run box, type this path: ‘%appdata%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles‘.
  3. Click on the folder with ‘.default’ appended in the folder name. For eg: ‘e6x5wbsb.default‘.
  4. In this folder, delete ‘json.mozlz4‘.
  5. In the same folder, click on ‘Extensions‘ folder and delete the folder named
  6. Set your favorite homepage.
  7. Now restart your browser.

The infected extension will be removed. Please note that the remnant files might still be left behind in this method.

CreateDocsOnline  Removal Tool


Tips to Prevent CreateDocsOnline Toolbar From Infecting Your System:

  1. Enable your popup blocker: Pop-ups and ads in the websites are the most adoptable tactic used by cyber criminals or developers with the core intention to spread malicious programs like CreateDocsOnline Redirect. So, avoid clicking uncertain sites, software offers, pop-ups etc.
  2. Keep your Windows Updated:To avoid such infections, we recommend that you should always keep your system updated through automatic windows update. By doing this you can keep your device free from virus. According to survey, outdated/older versions of windows operating system are an easy target.
  3. Third party installation:Try to avoid freeware download websites as they usually install bundled of software with any installer or stub file.
  4. Regular Back up: Regular and periodical backup helps you to keep your data safe in case the system is infected by any kind of virus or any other infection. Thus always backup important files regularly on a cloud drive or an external hard drive.
  5. Always have an Anti-Virus: Precaution is better than cure. We recommend that you install an antivirus like McAfee or a good Malware Removal Tool like Free Malware RemovalTool. Apart from this we would suggest a regular updating of these software to detect and avoid latest infections.

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