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Blocked Urls (all Security Related Sites) And Internet Search Redirects


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#1 exfiveo

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Posted 22 August 2008 - 10:56 AM

Hi,

I am a windows xp user and believe I have a rootkit problem. First thing i noticed was that abc and spybot could not update (couldn't connect to server). My searches with firefox appear normal however if i click on a result i get redirected to another search. I can copy/paste the url of the search result and get what i want. Every security related site is blocked. Including this one. I have to use another computer to download anti-spy stuff. I get a "Failed to connect" Only happens to security sites.

Sorry I can't post logs until i figure out how to unblock urls.

I was able to download "rootkit reavealer"

it found tdssserv.sys timestamped 8/9/08, which is about when i noticed the problem.

I ran HijackThis, it is pretty full of entries (again I can't post a log yet)

I had to download these files on another computer. I also installed combofix and accidently ran it when i transfered it from a cd. It runs for a second and then reports "combofix had detected the presence of rootkit activity and needs to reboot the machine. It does then boots normally and combofix does nothing else. I did install "windows recovery console"

Any help is appreciated.

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