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How do you remove nkvd us re-directs?

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Answered 2015-07-15 19:07:04

You need to run these 5 essential steps to remove all the spyware on your computer.

1. Run Deckard's System Scanner (DSS)

2. Run Malwarebytes Anti-Malware

3. Run the anti spyware removal programs spybot

4 Run Superantispyware

5. Run a complete scan with free curing utility Dr.Web CureIt!

Install threat fire which will enhance your antivirus protection

I do not know exactly, but most redirect-viruses use the Windows hosts file for redirects. Be sure to eliminate all virus parts _before_ doing this:

open notepad (Start>Run>"notepad">Ok)

Open the file c:\\hosts

Delete the apropriate line.

Alternatively, download SpyBot Search & Destroy and use it to remove it. This will also protect you from further searchpage viruses.

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The OGPU (under the new name of GUGB) was absorbed into the NKVD in 1934.

The NKVD Stalin's secret police, (Narodnyi Komissariat Vnutrennikh Del) later called the KGB.

You need to scan your computer with anti spyware like spybot search and destroy or superantispyware to remove the redirects caused by spyware

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You just can remove the option which says m. M means mobile, you can then use the desktop site for it.

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He was a dictator and tyrant. He had a secret police service, the NKVD, who repressed Stalin's political oppositions and would 'deal' with those who spoke against him. To highlight the ruthlessness of the NKVD, Adolf Hitler was inspired to create the Gestapo from seeing the NKVD during his visit to Russia. To conclude, mainly scare tactics

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Anatoli Granovsky has written: 'I was an NKVD agent'

During WWII, it was the NKVD.Afterwards, it was called the KGB.

NKVD was responsible for political repression among other things.

He was in Mexico city , Mexico. NKVD agents did him in with an ice axe.

Stalin has the NKVD, which later became the KGB. The Russian Empire had the Okhrana. After the Russian Empire was overthrown, Lenin and the Soviet Union had the Vecheka also called the Cheka. The Cheka became the GPU. Then the GPU became the OGPU. The OGPU then became the GUGB. The GUGB became the NKGB. The NKGB became the KGB. These were the secret police forces. Sometimes they were incorporated as separate but distinct lesser agencies under the umbrella NKVD. At other times they were not. It is a very complicated transition. The NKVD had existed since 1918 and handled all internal security matters, such as uniformed police and fire departments and uniformed military units too. Thus the "NKVD" was not itself a secret police force. The secret police forces were put into it and it just became easy to call the NKVD the secret police, but the NKVD was much more than just the secret police.

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I'm not sure that you can stop redirects. I would message the website and tell them I would like to go to the website that I want to please do not redirect me.

Yes, but no. The website below redirects to his youtube page.

Joseph Stalin's "secret police" were GPU; OGPU; GUGB; NKGB and the MGB.The following were NOT Stalin's "secret police."The Cheka was started by Lenin and became the GPU before Stalin took over.The NKVD is often referred to as a "secret police" force, but it wasn't just that. It was an internal security force that included regular uniformed police and firefighters. The "secret police" were agencies within the NKVD. Thus, the NKVD was not truly a "secret police" force. The "secret police", the GPU and later the OGPU were agencies within the NKVD. In addition, most of the NKVD operatives were uniformed.The KGB was created after Stalin died.In many ways these "secret police" agencies were not "secret police" in the sense that they sought perpetrators of crimes. They were more accurately the "political police" rooting out people who were considered counter-revolutionaries, criticized the state or were otherwise not loyal to it.

The Main Directorate of State Security or the GUGB, a part of the NKVD was the forerunner to the KGB.

The Cheka became the GPU, then the OGPU and then the NKVD under Stalin.

Verify to be certain, but I think it was the NKVD.