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#1 deficitspent


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Posted 12 December 2009 - 10:17 AM

I am getting redirects when I go to Google links, it goes to redirectrdr, then to a goodle work at home page. what can i do?

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Posted 12 December 2009 - 10:31 AM

Itís possible that you have a rootkit infection so we will want to check this with Root Repeal.

Download Root Repeal and save it to your desktop. Here are some direct download links:


Once you have Root Repeal saved to your desktop, double click to open it. Click on the Report tab and then click scan. Check all seven boxes and click OK. Check the box for your main drive (c: in most cases) and then click OK. Let the Root Repeal scan run and once itís complete (this may take some time) click on Save Report. Save the log to your desktop and then please post it in your response.

Next please download Gooredfix and save it to your desktop. Double click to run it and once it is done you will see a log called Goored.txt. Please post that in your next response as well.
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