I am running 64-bit Windows Vista Home Premium with all updates installed. My browser is Mozilla Firefox 3.5.
This first happened a few days ago. I tried to go to a website I found with a google search (whose name I can't remember right now) and was redirected to some strange page for this fake antivirus program. I quickly closed out of Firefox, and updated all my Anti-Virus/Spyware programs before unplugging the internet and started scanning with the following programs (both in and out of safe mode):
Ad-Aware Anniversary Edition, Spybot S&D, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, AVG8.5 Free, Windows Defender and SUPERAntiSpyware Free Edition.
They all came up clean, so I then got online and ran a scan using Kaspersky's Online Scanner - it came up clean too. I figured it was just a bad site.
About 10 minutes ago, I was waiting for my RSS feeds for Kotaku to load, while browisng a site I go to frequently (gaiaonline.com) which I'm certain is safe.. and suddenly one of the tabs was redirected to the following:
"online-pro-antivirus-scanner dot com/1/?sess=" followed by a ton of random numbers/letters.
Then it went to:
"your-bride-pride dot com/go.php?id=" followed by more random characters.
I checked my hosts file, and it looked fine. As well, I have no problem getting to any websites (happens randomly, and twice so far) and aside from that redirecting, everything else appears to be normal. I'm going to run another scan with Kaspersky while I wait for responses, but other then that I have not yet done anything else.
Help? Am I infected? >.<
EDIT:: Forgot to add it was 64-bit..
Edited by Katrex, 03 August 2009 - 01:09 PM.