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Google redirection with a twist


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#1 PeTTs0n

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Posted 28 March 2010 - 05:58 AM

Greetings all, first post - hope there are some friendly souls out there who can lend me a hand with this issue. :thumbsup:

It started out yesterday, when I noticed I couldn't access my regional google page (google.se), but instead got redirected to a (false, English and with a 2009 copyright) google.com, server located in Poland.
Same thing with all the regional variants, they all redirect to the same English false page. Using the Firefox built-in search interface yields a 302 error ("The page has moved *link*here*link*" - the *link* being to the false page).

Running on Windows 7 Ultimate x64 with Norton Internet Security 2010, haven't had any issues with it before. I've also run Malwarebytes Anti-Malware scan, it found some items (9 - mostly generics and false positives), but it didn't help.

Will do anything (I'd like to avoid re-formatting and installing unless absolutely necessary) to get rid of this, any help is greatly appreciated. :flowers:
Thanks in advance!


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