I have done everything I know how to get rid of this, but the entries are always there. I have tried ipconfig /flushdns about 3 dozen times, I have checked my computer for viruses/spyware and nothing is out of the ordinary and my computer runs just fine. I have gone through my firewall rules and no strange programs are present. I have even tried deleting the dnsrslvr.dll and replacing it with a clean file and still comes up with all these weird websites. Although before I replaced it with a new one I was still able to browse the net just fine, I just couldn't check the DNS cache or flush it because it wasn't there. I have checked the DNS resolver cache on my secondary partition of XP and it is perfectly fine, and also on my laptop which doesn't show any strange DNS entries. So it doesn't appear to be from my network. Just on my main XP partition.
Can anybody help with this? I would assume the only reason this is happening is due to some kind of spyware/malware but I am VERY security conscious and have quite a few layers of protection with some of the best software out there. Nothing odd has been going on with my PC, not even any strange connections to the net that I can tell. When my computer is idle and not supposed to be downloading anything (like virus updates or whatever) there is no network traffic at all.
The one other thing I can think to try is deleting the file again and doing a system file check and having XP replace it with a new one (the last new one I tried was from a driver website). But since the other one I tried immediately had those entries in it as well makes me suspect that no matter what copy of dnsrslvr.dll I have it will just automatically have those entries in there for whatever reason.
Any info about my system you guys need just let me know. Cause I really want to resolve this problem (if it is a problem?). And thanks in advance for any help
Edited by leukoism, 01 March 2010 - 01:16 AM.