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Trojans, Google Redirect & AntiVirus Live

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#1 Kimk


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Posted 14 January 2010 - 02:30 PM

Since Late November, I have had repeated problems with infections on my computer. I use McAfee AntiVirus and firewall(through Comcast) and update routinely. While I was on the internet, I had a McAfee warning that a trojan was detected and quarantined. However, the computer began to have problems. McAfee would be disabled on startup, but I could click the "Fix Problems" and it would apparently be re-enabled. However, it's as if the back door is still open because I continued to pick up new problems. I got a Google redirect infectionthat I still can't get rid of and other Trojans that have been detected by Malwarebytes scanner, but not by the McAfee program. I still have the logs and quarantined infections from the Malwarebytes scanner. I have tried to fix this on my own, but I need help. Thanks in advance.

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