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1.) If you want to block the full domain, you could just add the following to C:\Windoozle\system32\drivers\etc\hosts
But this blocks the domain for all users on the system and only the domain name resolution thus a direct request to the target IP might still work.
C0D44758257dUse an antivirus scanner that can run a boot time scan and Scan you're drives and remove issues.
Run malwarebytes when you're system eventually boots back up.
Stop downloading dodgy porn from torrents and find some reputable uploaders instead of just clicking the first link you find.
If you still have issues after that, turn off you're pc, remove the HDD/SSD, go grab a drill, and drill as many holes as you can fit through it.
Go buy a new drive and plug it in, install windows, add antivirus protection, and go back to downloading midget porn... feel free to return to this comment in a week or two to repeat.
Diactoros134556d2. When you do a reset with Windows it removes all applications. If you chose to fully reset it, you will lose your partitions and your files as well.
I’d recommend just buying a home version of Office 365, then doing a full factory reset. Probably your easiest solution.
@C0D4 lol i don't do porn or antiviruses(windows defender ftw!) , but yeah there's a lot of dodgy shit i download via Utorrent and never got effected by it
My main concern is a lot of traces and junk files left into my pc after i remove softwares. Also i use many IDEs who automatically install a lot of languages and programs which are later used by the other IDEs without my knowledge. I like this behaviour , but in this way i cannot learn what a software really needs.
In other times , those softwares get incompatible with the installed libraries and end up installing a different version of the same library or giving mad errors.
I am thinking this time i will install everything on docker or virtual machines, so as to get a less "collaborative" environment (but those stuff are confusing)
Diactoros134555d@TitanLannister If it’s new enough, yes. I think 2010 onwards.