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Posted 19 August 2010 - 02:02 AM

Hi everyone, I'm an amateur programmer of c++ and have a browser hijacker issue 8/17/2010, been trying for a week to march into my system and perform a coup de tat but I've decided that I could use some extra fire power. I am a beginner with HTML and a user of Blender 3d as well. I am a writer a musician and a certified Biomedical equipment repairer. I began computer programming with basic way back in the 80's, I quit studying it in high school due to a mix up and decided to take up dabbling in it some more as an adult. I have Mcafee and have used a few other programs but they haven't worked well enough, I got to thinking forget these programs, I'd like to remove it myself and be better prepared to spot these things in the future, Ive got a feeling this may be a step in the right direction, Thanks for the interest, I look forward to hearing about my issues from you Mavericks soon.

edited: a few hours later and I fixed it before I had to post, it was a start-up program called:

XEB Navigation Filter filter for intermediate format Navigation c:\program files\common files\fluxdvd\lib\xeb\xebnavigation.ax,

I tried to erase it but i got a message that the system cannot find it. I don't even know where or when I got this flux dvd program or if the two are related, I couldn't find much info on this hijacker on the web at all, so I decided to follow up on my post in case someone else has the same problem I did. i discovered it using the autoruns download, thanks so much!!! Auto runs is a must I cant live without it now.

Edited by springwater, 19 August 2010 - 06:13 AM.


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Posted 19 August 2010 - 10:56 AM

Hello springwater and :thumbsup: to Bleeping Computer.

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