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Redirect problems with no signs of viruses

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#1 iaheartagram


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Posted 25 March 2010 - 10:29 PM

Been a long time reader of the forums and have always found VERY helpful information.
Let me take another second and saying thanks to all those smart people out there roaming around and helping me in that past and hopefully present and future.

So my IE7 is redirecting me to strange places. Not porn just random sites. No additional pop-ups, merely redirects. So I decided to try Firefox. Same exact result. Its not ALL websites, but most sites will cause redirects. A very few can get by, but its rare. If you type in a website directly into the browser(its the only way I could get HERE), no redirects, merely clicking on LINKS. Google, bing, and yahoo all also have the same result. I clean out all temp files, cookies, history, regularly.

I have updated Malware bytes, SBS&D, and SuperAntiSpyware and ran all of them over the last few days in normal mode AND safe mode. I also run HJT each time to look for oddities. Within hours of this post I tried Gooredfix,BHODaemon and ATF-cleaner in hopes of also finding something out there. ALL come back 0 probelms at all. WTF?

I am at my wits end over this mess. Is there anyone that can help me please? I do NOT want to reformat and start all over.

THANKS in advance(if I get help or not) for having a safe haven for reliable information.

Edited by iaheartagram, 25 March 2010 - 10:32 PM.

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Posted 26 March 2010 - 11:47 AM

Was finally able to get to work computer to get logs posted (if necessary) that were ran recently. Will those help at all?

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Posted 29 March 2010 - 12:50 PM

If you do have recent MBAM and SAS logs, please post them.

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