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got infected with internet security 2010 and now redirects in google

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#1 floop


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Posted 19 February 2010 - 04:16 AM

i was on deviantart a while back when i got infected and my anti spyware program got some infections but my desktop had changed and i couldn't change it. so reading some of your topics i saw malwarebytes as a recommended program and i downloaded it and it managed to fix a couple of things like my desktop and my hidden files are now showing, along with other things.

when i thought it was all good i got on google (i use firefox) and looked up some of your topics and sometimes, not always when i click a link to open in new tab i get redirected to another search site, I've also gotten redirected to stopzilla.com. sometimes my cursor on screen will move abruptly, dunno if that has anything to do with infection.

I know you guys are hella busy so i won't bug, I'll check back every now and then ,and i'm not very computer smart so please be patient with me. I also have the mbam log that shows what infections were found and my CA anti spyware log if you would like me to post. my OS is windows XP :thumbsup:

Edited by floop, 19 February 2010 - 04:17 AM.

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