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Google redirect in windows7 on IE8

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#1 Seanieo


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Posted 07 January 2010 - 05:44 PM



I appear to have a Trojan Horse (according to NIS2010) in one of my windows\temp files.
I have followed advice and ran ATF but Norton is still reporting it after reboot.

I also have a strange problem with google directing me to some unusual sites.

Again one of the problems is sometime i am directed to ASK.com

I have ran malwarebytes and this comes up clean.

I was following advice from a self help site and it ask me to run DDS.scr and post a log.

This does not work on my WINDOWS 7 pc as it does not support WIN7

What is the best way or procedure for me to check for issues and post a Hijack This log on this pc?

Is there a check list of programs like they do for XP and Vista (i.e DDS for Win7)



Edited by Seanieo, 07 January 2010 - 05:47 PM.

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Posted 07 January 2010 - 06:10 PM

No need to be sorry.....it happens. :thumbsup: Good that you found the right place to post it, and welcome. :flowers:

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