This page shows how to remove i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com from Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer.
Did you just see i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com in the status bar of your browser and wonder where it came from? Or did i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com show up while you search for something on one of the major search engines, such as the Google search engine?
Here’s how the i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com connection looked in the network log when I got it on my computer:
The following are some of the statusbar messages you may see in your browser’s status bar:
- Waiting for i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com…
- Transferring data from i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com…
- Looking up i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com…
- Read i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com
- Connected to i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com…
If you also see this on your machine, you probably have some potentially unwanted program installed on your machine that makes the i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com domain appear in your browser. Contacting the owner of the site you were browsing would be a waste of time. They are not responsible for the i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com status bar messages. I’ll try help you to remove the i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com status bar messages in this blog post.
Those that have been spending some time on this blog already know this, but here we go: Recently I dedicated some of my lab systems and intentionally installed a few potentially unwanted programs on them. I have been monitoring the behaviour on these machines to see what kinds of advertisements that are displayed. I’m also looking on other interesting things such as if the potentially unwanted program updates itself automatically, or if it downloads and installs additional potentially unwanted programs on the computers. I first noticed the i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com in ‘s status bar on one of these lab machines.
So, how do you remove i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com from your web browser? On the machine where i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com showed up in the status bar I had EBay Shopping Assistant 2.2, Start Page 2.7, Browser Extensions, Search Protection and Slick Savings 3.6 installed. Unfortunately I don’t know which one of them was responsible for the connection. I removed them with FreeFixer and that stopped the browser from loading data from i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com.
Anyway, here’s my suggestion for the i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com removal:
The first thing I would do to remove i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com is to examine the programs installed on the machine, by opening the “Uninstall programs” dialog. You can open this dialog from the Windows Control Panel. If you are using one of the more recent versions of Windows OS you can just type in “uninstall” in the Control Panel’s search field to find that dialog:
Click on the “Uninstall a program” link and the Uninstall programs dialog will open up:
Do you see something strange-looking in there or something that you don’t remember installing? Tip: Sort on the “Installed On” column to see if some program was installed approximately about the same time as you started observing the i_spigpcjs_info.tlscdn.com status bar messages.
The next thing to check would be your browser’s add-ons. Potentially unwanted program often appear under the add-ons menu in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari or Opera. Is there anything that looks suspicious? Something that you don’t remember installing?
I think you will be able to find and remove the potentially unwanted program with the steps outlined above, but in case that did not work you can try the FreeFixer removal tool to identify and remove the potentially unwanted program. FreeFixer is a freeware tool that I started develop many years ago. It’s a tool designed to manually identify and uninstall unwanted software. When you’ve found the unwanted files you can simply tick a checkbox and click on the Fix button to remove the unwanted file.
FreeFixer’s removal feature is not locked down like many other removal tools out there. It will not require you to purchase the program just when you are about to remove the unwanted files.
And if you’re having problems deciding if a file is safe or potentially unwanted in the FreeFixer scan result, click on the More Info link for the file. That will open up your browser with a page which contains more details about the file. On that web page, check out the VirusTotal report which can be quite useful:
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