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Remove Entrusted Toolbar – Entrusted Toolbar Removal Guides

System Infected with Entrusted Toolbar

Entrusted toolbar can be considered as a virus though it appears to be a plugin/extension/ add-on (the title can be different from browsers). When getting entrusted toolbar on one’s browser (e.g IE, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome), one would have as one’s default homepage without being changed after several trials done traditionally; search results can be occupied by entrusted page frequently on a new tab; search queries are taken over to entrusted toolbar instead or original toolbar; default web search engine is also taken over by entrusted.


There were cases that was taking over the whole browser as a consequence of entrusted toolbar installation. Acquiring entrusted toolbar can trigger computer disasters. After the survey on it and reading complaints by wide range of victims, we have come to a conclusion that getting entrusted toolbar installed will:

  1. Slow down overall computer performance including page loading speed.
  2. Trigger error messages sometimes when uninstalling and launching certain program.
  3. Help install additional virus, browser malware particularly;
  4. Incur endless pop-up ads;
  5. Direct search results to unrelated web sites.

How to Remove Entrusted Toolbar?

After realizing that entrusted toolbar is not safe to computers, victims are believed to remove it as soon as possible. However, failures are often seen during the removal process. Entrusted toolbar can be hard to remove as its registries entries are inserted into the kernel part of a target system, making it powerful enough to affect all installed browsers. Be sure that all associated items are detected and removed completely; otherwise, any leftover will help entrusted toolbar survive from any means of removal. To find out all related items, one needs to unveil those ones hidden by the tricky toolbar. Entrusted toolbar is programmed to employ Rootkit method so as to escape detection and deletion by installed security utilities, which also confuse victims on whether entrusted toolbar is a virus or not. As another product by Conduit, entrusted toolbar is undoubtedly a virus. We should accordingly remove entrusted toolbar manually. It is worth the reminder that the earlier one remove entrusted toolbar successfully, the more easier the procedure is. Entrusted toolbar, after modify default settings in system and browser, manages to open up a backdoor in the background without victims’ knowledge. Such backdoor can be easily taken advantage by tracking cookies that would collect information and whereabouts on the Internet and deadly virus like ICE Cyber Crime Center virus.

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User Guide to Help Remove Entrusted Toolbar

Step one – Access Control Panel to remove entrusted toolbar

There still are some cases that entrusted toolbar appears in Control Panel where should be the first place to rectify toolbar issue.

  1. Start Menu -> Control Panel. (If you run Windows 8, right-click on ‘Unpin from Start’ at the bottom-left corner of your desktop > choose ‘Control Panel’ from the pop-up menu.)
  2. Click on ‘Uninstall a program’ .
  3. Look for ‘Entrusted Toolbar’ -> click on Uninstall/Change.
  4. Follow the uninstall wizards to finish the remove entrusted toolbar..

Step two – Remove entrusted toolbar by disabling its startup item with in-built utility.

  • Windows 8

1. Type ‘Task’ or ‘Task Manager’ on Start screen -> select Task Manager.

2. Under Startup tab, find entrusted toolbar’s startup item and disable it.

win8 startup

  • Windows 7/XP/Vista

1. Start Menu -> Select ‘Run’ -> type ‘MSCONFIG’ -> manage start up items under Startup tab.

Step three – Show hidden files to find out those hidden by entrusted toolbar so as to remove it completely.

  • Windows 8

1. open Windows Explorer by opening My Computer or any folder.
2. Select View tab on Windows Explorer window.
3. Tick ‘File name extensions’ and ‘Hidden items’ options.

win8 hidden file

  • Windows 7/XP/Vista

1. Open ‘Control Panel’ from Start menu -> search for ‘Folder Options’.

2. Under View tab, tick ‘Show hidden files and folders and non-tick Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)’ -> click ‘OK’.

Step four – Manually change browser settings.

‘Reset to Default’ button sometimes will not help tackle toolbar issue. Therefore, it is better and safer change browser settings manually.

  • Firefox users to follow up:

Click on the Tools menu -> manage Add-ons -> modification should be made under Extensions tab and Plugins tab respectively > go to ‘Toolbars’ and remove entrusted toolbar there.

firefox management

  • Google Chrome users to follow up:

Click on ‘Customize and control’ Google Chrome icon -> select ‘Settings’ -> manage ‘Extension’ -> ‘manage search engine’.

  • Internet Explorer users to follow up:

Go to Tools -> ‘Manage Add-ons’ > find and click on something useless including entrusted toolbar in ‘Toolbars and Extensions’, ‘Search Providers’ respectively -> click ‘Disable’/ ‘Remove’ to remove entrusted toolbar.

Step five – Remove related registry entries related to entrusted toolbar so as to remove it thoroughly.

  • Windows 8


Move your mouse over lower right screen -> charms bar appears -> click Search charm -> type ‘regedit’/‘regedit.exe’ -> hit Enter key ->

1) IE:

navigate to Explorer Bars, Extensions and Toolbar respectively under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ Microsoft\Internet Explorer\ to find and select items related to entrusted toolbar > right click on selected item to delete it.

2) Google Chrome:

  1. navigate to Clients, ClientState and ClientStateMedium respectively under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Google to find and select items related to entrusted toolbar > right click on selected item to delete it.
  2. navigate to ClientState under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Google\Update to find and select items related to entrusted toolbar > right click on selected item to delete it.
  3. navigate to Common under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Google\ to find and select items related to entrusted toolbar > right click on selected item to delete it.

3) Mozilla Firefox:

  1. navigate to Extensions under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ Microsoft\Mozilla\ Firefox to find and select items related to entrusted toolbar > right click on selected item to delete it.
  2. navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ Microsoft\MozillaPlugins to find and select items related to entrusted toolbar > right click on selected item to delete it.
  3. navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MozillaPlugins to find and select items related to entrusted toolbar > right click on selected item to delete it.
  • Windows 7/XP/Vista

Start menu > launch Search/Run box > type ‘regedit’ > hit Enter key > follow the same process above.


One would experience unexpected problem when trying to remove entrusted toolbar if one suffer from additional virus without knowing the fact. One should mainly check the web apps carefully by referring to virus list here in PC Security Service section. The steps provided above to help get rid of entrusted toolbar have been tested to be able to help people out of its troubles. Should one remove the toolbar successfully, one should always follow good PC practice thereafter so as to avoid virus like entrusted toolbar to installs itself automatically, such as always give priority to custom installation option; use extra caution when downloading and installing freeware/shareware; never stream videos on unreliable source, etc.. If one failure after finishing the above offered steps, one may need extra help from computer professionals here as there may be some modified settings by installed programs. Customized solution should be therefore in need to get rid of entrusted toolbar totally.

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