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#1 namorton

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Posted 24 June 2010 - 01:50 AM

Hi...hope you can help

I've read this with interest as I have just picked up the same virus.

I'm running a pc, with Firefox as my browser and ESET as my antispam.

I have followed the procedure given in this thread and downloaded the MalwareBytes Anti Malware....and rebooted etc but.... the real-traffic.com search still overlaps Google!!

Does anyone know whatelse I can try

Much much appreciated

Thanks Nigel

I get this message sometimes in a blue box ...


www.google.com 443 uses an invalid securitycertificate
This certificate is not trusted because it is self signedThe cert is only valid for 78-159-121-201.local
(Error code:sec_error_untrusted_issuer)

This could be a problem as it could be someone trying to impersonate the server.

If you have connected succesfully in the past this serror may be temporary and you can try again later

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