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Yet another redirect/Google.analytics.com infection

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#1 Carvster


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Posted 28 July 2010 - 07:29 AM


I'm currently running Vista 32-bit and seem to have contracted the dreaded google.analytics.com redirect virus which randomly opens other pages when I click on links to other pages and occasionally reloads the pages I was viewing and makes it appear completely blank, This has also appeared on other computers on the network and whilst I can normally get rid of most infections myself I've had a lot of trouble with this one and can't seem to get rid of it.

I've tried the Ipconfig /flushDNS command but to no avail and even reset the router completely and loaded up the settings for it also seeing as other computers on the network had it and I thought it may have been something on the router. I've also ran pretty much every virus and malware and adware program I have (avast, malwarebytes, ad-aware) aswell as running registry scans/repairs but still can't seem to find the culprit file to get rid of it.

Any help would be appreciated.

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