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#1 llphilipll

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Posted 12 October 2009 - 11:54 AM

Hello everyone! Recently I had exactly the same problem as was described in the topic "Browser redirection - STOPzilla, bragster". I followed the step suggested and the majority of the problem seems to have gone away. I am using firefox right now, but every time I open up Internet Explorer I get bombarded with messages of tracking cookies found. The first I can always heal, but after that, the file is not found. This isn't even just when I'm browsing the internet, it just happens sitting at google.com. This leads me to believe that my computer probably isn't clean. I've done a scan with AVG Free, Ad Aware, and Malwarebytes and they've found nothing. Do you want me to paste some logfile or something? If anybody can give me some advice or help me out, thanks alot in advance!

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#2 bradumd

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Posted 12 October 2009 - 12:41 PM

Try downloading spybot search and destroy and ccleaner.
Run both of those.




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