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Google Re-Direct Virus


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#1 PJSPJS

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Posted 30 April 2009 - 08:03 AM

I have high speed internet and I'm using Mozilla as my browser. When I put in a search term in the Mozilla browser or Google search I get the normal page list of sites relevant to my keywords but when I click on a site it's re-directing my to a different site other than the one I choose. In the Mozilla browser window I get "http://relevantwebsearches.com/searchn.php?s=1&q=S8lMzyxJzCnIz8wr4TTiNDY3Sc03Sk4rTDQxMks0zy01yU0qSS_ITTcCAA~~" and then a page that says "The document has moved here. Wait..." then I get a site not even relevant to the site I originally clicked on. Also my search is very slow using Google or any other search engine listed on the Mozilla page. Plus I can't get into my google adsense or analytic accounts. I keep getting " Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at www.google.com." I can't access either account using AOL or IE either but these two browsers are not causing the other problems I'm having. AOL and IE is not re-directing me nor are they slow. If anyone can help I'd appreciate it. You should know that I've uninstalled and reinstalled Mozilla twice, scanned my computer with "McAfee" anti-virus and "Malwarebyte's" and found nothing. this has been going on now for around 3 days now.

Thank You,
PJSPJS

P.S. Thank You anyway but I resolved this problem. Spyware Doctor resolved the issue.

Edited by PJSPJS, 30 April 2009 - 08:01 PM.


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