What is Myloginhelper.com

Myloginhelper.com, developed by Eightpoint Technologies is an intrusive redirect classified as a browser hijacker. It is accompanied by a browser extension called My Login Helper (alternatively My Login Hub). Myloginhelper.com can be caused either by clicking on suspicious advertisements or due to Potentially Unwanted Applications like adware that can be lurking on your system. On the one hand, Myloginhelper.com provides a wide range of helpful features like fast access to mail services and popular websites. However, on the other hand, under the veil of usefulness, Myloginhelper.com can also promote additional add-ons, new tabs and malicious ads alongside browsing. Once installed on your PC, this type of extension will alter browser settings for fraudulent means, therefore, adding a minimalistic homepage and changing the standard search engine to search.hmyloginhelper.com or hp.hmyloginhub.co, that are ostensibly meant to improve browsing. In fact, all of these features are just visual and do not ensure more convenient usability. Instead, they allow extortionists to garner personal data such as passwords, credentials and other browser-related information. Many other similar hijackers like Search.gratziany.com, Clever-find.com, Free-coupons.network and others have been discussed on our portal. The next sections contain the infection channels and removal instructions as a result.

How Myloginhelper.com infected your computer

According to the abovementioned, we can, therefore, say that you can be constantly redirected to Myloginhelper.com through visiting shady advertisements or other adware installed on your computer. Advertisements can be found on suspicious resources pushing a bunch of unwanted advertisements that contain promotional links to a free file hosting pages, product and other malvertising parts of the internet. By doing so, virus developers are trying to trick you into downloading allegedly useful software/extensions that will make your life “easier”. This is why you should be careful and protect yourself from this kind of content by using the “AdBlock” browser extension. In addition to this, if you consistently witness the Myloginhelper.com homepage when launching a browser, then this is due to adware that is distributed via fake push notifications or bundled software. Bundling is a type of marketing tool that software developers use in order to promote startup products. Unfortunately, frauds overload different kits with PUAs like adware that can be downloaded from infectious websites. Gullible users do not pay attention to “Advanced/Custom” sections while installing an intended program. This obliviousness leads to the immediate installation of unwilling software without the user’s consent. Follow the instructions below to get rid of this doubtful extension from your computer.

  1. Download Myloginhelper.com Removal Tool
  2. Stop Myloginhelper.com notifications in browsers
  3. Remove/Uninstall Myloginhelper.com from Control Panel and Applications
  4. Remove Myloginhelper.com extensions from browsers
  5. Reset browser search and homepage settings
  6. Block Myloginhelper.com search redirects
  7. How to protect from threats like Myloginhelper.com

Download Removal Tool for Windows

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To remove Myloginhelper.com completely, we recommend you to use WiperSoft AntiSpyware from WiperSoft. It detects and removes all files, folders and registry keys of Myloginhelper.com and several millions of other adware, hijackers, toolbars.

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Download Combo Cleaner

To remove Myloginhelper.com completely, we recommend you to use Combo Cleaner. It can help you remove files, folders and registry keys of Myloginhelper.com and uninstall hijackers, toolbars and unwanted add-ons from browsers.

Remove Myloginhelper.com manually for free

Here is the manual step-by-step tutorial for full Myloginhelper.com removal from your computer. This works 99% and was checked with the latest versions of the Myloginhelper.com installer on operating systems with the latest updates and browser versions.

Disable push notifications from Myloginhelper.com in browsers

Remove Myloginhelper.com from websites, allowed to show push-notifications in Google Chrome

  1. Go to Google Chrome settings, by clicking 3-dots icon in the top-right corner and choosing Settings.
  2. Open advanced settings by clicking Advanced in the bottom.
  3. Under opened Privacy and security tab, choose Content settings.
  4. Click on Notifications menu (with the bell icon).
  5. Set up preferred overall settings for push notifications and click Manage exceptions… button.
  6. Find Myloginhelper.com in the list and click cross icon to remove it. Click Done button to confirm the action.

Remove Myloginhelper.com from websites, allowed to show push-notifications in Mozilla Firefox

  1. Go to Mozilla Firefox options, by clicking 3-bars icon in the top-right corner and choosing Options.
  2. Choose Content tab on the left side.
  3. Under Notifications, set up preferred overall settings for push-notifications and click Choose… button.
  4. Find Myloginhelper.com in the list and click Remove site to remove it.
  5. Click Safe Changes button to confirm the action.

Remove Myloginhelper.com from websites, allowed to show push-notifications in Safari

  1. Open Safari, and in the top menu click Safari, choose Preferences.
  2. In the Preferences window, click on Websites tab.
  3. On the left side, choose Notifications. You will see the list of websites and their settings for showing notifications.
  4. Find Myloginhelper.com in the list and click Remove button.

Remove Myloginhelper.com from websites, allowed to show push-notifications in Android (Chrome)

  1. Open Google Chrome app on Android, and tap on three dots to open main menu.
  2. In the drop-down menu choose Settings, scroll down and under Advanced section tap on Site Settings.
  3. In the Site Settings menu tap on Notifications.
  4. In the Allowed list of websites allowed to show notifications find Myloginhelper.com, tap on it and in the bottom of the window tap on Clean & Reset button.
  5. Confirm your action by tapping on Clean & Reset again in opened dialog box.

Remove Myloginhelper.com from websites, allowed to show push-notifications in Microsoft Edge

  1. Open Microsoft Edge, and click on the three-dots menu, in the top-right corner.
  2. In the drop-down menu choose Settings, and in the left part click Advanced.
  3. Under Website permissions section, click Manage permissions button.
  4. Find Myloginhelper.com in the list and click on the cross sign to remove the setting and disable its notifications.

Remove Myloginhelper.com from Control Panel or Applications

To start removing Myloginhelper.com you should uninstall it using Control Panel. It can be present by different names – “My Login Helper” or “My Login Hub”. It should uninstall correctly, however, we recommend you to use CleanMyPC to clean leftover items after uninstalling. Here are instructions for Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 and Mac.

Remove Myloginhelper.com from Mac:

  1. In the Finder sidebar, click Applications.
  2. My Login Helper or My Login Hub might have an Uninstaller.
  3. Otherwise, drag My Login Helper or My Login Hub from the Applications folder to the Trash (located at the end of the Dock).
  4. Then choose Finder > Empty Trash.

Remove Myloginhelper.com from Windows XP:

  1. Click on Start button.
  2. Choose Control Panel.
  3. Click Add or Remove Programs.
  4. Find My Login Helper or My Login Hub or other recently installed suspicious program.
  5. Click Uninstall.

Remove Myloginhelper.com from Windows 7:

  1. Click Start button.
  2. Then go to Control Panel.
  3. Click Uninstall a Program.
  4. Find My Login Helper or My Login Hub or other recently installed suspicious program and click Uninstall.

Remove Myloginhelper.com from Windows 8:

  1. Hover mouse pointer to the bottom-right corner to see Menu.
  2. Click Search.
  3. After that click Apps.
  4. Then Control Panel.
  5. Click Uninstall a Program under Programs.
  6. Find My Login Helper or My Login Hub or other recently installed suspicious program, click Uninstall.

Remove Myloginhelper.com from Windows 10:

There are 2 ways to uninstall Myloginhelper.com from Windows 10

Way one
  1. Click on the Start button.
  2. In opened menu choose Settings.
  3. Click on the System tile.
  4. Click Apps & features and locate My Login Helper or My Login Hub or other recently installed suspicious program in the list.
  5. Click on it and then click Uninstall button near it.
Way two (classic)
  1. Right-click on the Start button.
  2. In opened menu choose Programs and Features.
  3. Locate My Login Helper or My Login Hub or other recently installed suspicious program in the list.
  4. Click on it and then click Uninstall button above.

Cannot uninstall Myloginhelper.com

In some cases, Myloginhelper.com won’t uninstall and gives you a message that “You do not have sufficient access to uninstall My Login Helper. Please, contact your system administrator” when you try to remove it from Control Panel or “Access denied” error when removing the Myloginhelper.com folder and files. This happens because the process or service does not allow you to do it. In this case, I will recommend you to use SpyHunter 5 or Malwarebytes AntiMalware or uninstall Myloginhelper.com in Safe Mode. To boot in Safe Mode do the following:

  1. Reboot your computer.
  2. While it starts booting type F8 button.
  3. This will open Advanced Boot Options menu.
  4. Choose Safe Mode and wait until Windows loads.
  5. Go to Control Panel > Uninstall a program and remove My Login Helper or My Login Hub or other recently installed suspicious program

>> See detailed instructions and video tutorial on how to boot in Safe Mode

and for Mac:

If you can’t uninstall Myloginhelper.com using instructions above, or it keeps coming back, you can use free AppCleaner for Mac to remove all residual data and libraries of Myloginhelper.com. Follow instructions below:

  1. Download free AppCleaner.
  2. Drag My Login Helper My Login Hub from Applications folder to AppCleaner window.
  3. Choose files and folders you want to remove along with Myloginhelper.com.
  4. Click Delete button.

Remove malicious add-ons from your browsers

Uninstalling Myloginhelper.com from Control Panel often does not bring the desired effect. It sometimes has browser extension and it may still be active in Safari, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. Here are instructions on how to remove Myloginhelper.com related extension from your browsers manually.

Safari:

  1. Start Safari on your Mac, click Safari to open drop-down menu and choose Preferences
  2. Click Extensions tab.
  3. Find My Login Helper or My Login Hub extension.
  4. Click Uninstall button to remove it.

Google Chrome:

  1. Start Google Chrome browser
  2. In address box type (or copy-paste) chrome://extensions/.
  3. Find My Login Helper My Login Hub extension.
  4. Click the trash can icon to remove them.
  5. Also remove other suspicious extensions from the list.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Start Mozilla Firefox browser.
  2. In address box type (or copy-paste) about:addons.
  3. Choose My Login Helper or My Login Hub extension.
  4. Click Disable or Remove button.
  5. Remove all suspicious extensions from the list.

Internet Explorer (9, 10, 11):

Note: There is no feature to remove browser extensions from browser in latest version of Internet Explorer. To remove Myloginhelper.com from Internet Explorer, please, perform instructions for uninstalling program from Control Panel. To disable Myloginhelper.com, please, do the following:

  1. Open Internet Explorer.
  2. Click on gear/asterisk icon in the top-right corner.
  3. In opened menu Manage Add-ons.
  4. Select Toolbars and Extensions.
  5. Click Disable or My Login Helper or My Login Hub extension.
  6. Also disable other suspicious extensions from the list.

Opera Browser:

Generally, Myloginhelper.com does not install in Opera browser however you can always double check. Do the following:

  1. Start Opera browser.
  2. Go to Tools > Extensions > Manage Extensions.
  3. Find Myloginhelper.com or My Login Hub extension.
  4. Click Uninstall button.
  5. Also remove other suspicious extensions from the list.

Reset browsers settings (homepage, default search)

Myloginhelper.com installs a search engine that hijacks your browsers. Here is an instruction to reset your browser’s homepage, new tab and search engine to default values.

Reset Safari:

  1. Start Safari on your Mac, click Safari to open drop-down menu and choose Preferences
  2. Go to the Privacy section of Safari’s preferences.
  3. Click Remove All Website Data button.
  4. In opened window click Remove Now button to remove data stored by websites in Safari.
  5. Go to the Advanced section of Safari’s preferences.
  6. Click the Show Develop menu in menu bar option.
  7. In the menu click Develop and select Empty Caches from this menu.
  8. Again, go to Safari menu and choose Clear History….
  9. Choose to clear all history and click Clear History button.

Google Chrome:

  1. Start Google Chrome browser
  2. In address box type (or copy-paste) chrome://settings/.
  3. Scroll down and find Show advanced settings link.
  4. Click on it and scroll down to the bottom again.
  5. Click Reset browser settings button and click Reset to confirm.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Start Mozilla Firefox browser.
  2. In address box type (or copy-paste) about:support.
  3. Click Reset Firefox… button.
  4. Click Reset Firefox to confirm.

Internet Explorer (9, 10, 11):

  1. Start Internet Explorer.
  2. Click on gear/asterisk icon in the top-right corner.
  3. In opened menu choose Internet options.
  4. Click Advanced tab.
  5. Click Reset button.
  6. Choose Delete personal settings and click Reset.

Opera Browser:

  1. Close Opera and open command prompt from the start menu.
  2. Type following command del %AppData%\Opera\Opera\operaprefs.ini
  3. Start Opera.

How to block ads and pop-ups from Myloginhelper.com

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Myloginhelper.com push notifications, in most cases, are caused by a program installed on your PC or add-on installed in browsers. However, sometimes it can appear on a clean computer when visiting a malicious website, using an advertising script. Also, apps that generate “Myloginhelper.com” ads and banners are themselves installed from pop-ups. To protect your PC and browsers from phishing websites, pop-up ads, banners, malicious scripts it is recommended to use AdGuard. Download free trial here:

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Final tips

Be careful surfing the internet and downloading software, as programs, like Myloginhelper.com, may become a real headache as they are hard to remove and break your privacy. To keep safe from such threats we recommend you always use antivirus and one of the anti-malware programs available on the market. One of the best anti-spyware and anti-malware programs is SpyHunter 5. It can protect your PC from threats, like Myloginhelper.com.

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