To sum it up every search engine I use the links are redirected. I was asked to update Malbytes and then scan, I could not do that. I was asked to make sure my DNS server address' was correct, called my ISP and found out it was not correct, it had been changed. So I got that fixed, then I was able to update Malbytes an run a scan, it found 22 infected files which all were removed. Things were ok for at least 6 hours, I no longer was being redirected while using a search engine. After that it started redirecting again. I ran ESET scan as asked to, the first time it froze but found 9 infected files, which were deleted/fixed. I was able to run it again this time it worked, no virus's found. I was then asked to come here.
I tried following the directions for gmer.. however while scanning my computer went to the old famous blue screen where all I could do was restart my computer. I have NEVER seen that in the 6-7 yrs I have had this computer, so I would rather not run that again if thats ok.
Any advice is greatly appreciate. I am enrolled in college, so I am willing to try anything to get rid of this redirect once AND FOR ALL!
I ran my own AntiVirus over night, the the last scan, ESET told me there was no virus's. Someone thought this was something to do with my router, I have reset my router, I have cut all wireless internet access, could it still be my router?
Trend Micro Scan Log: (I had to type it I don't know how to get the log to copy and paste)
Cookie_DoubleClick Cookie deleted
Infected File: Threat Name: (ALL OF THE FOLLOWING WERE FOUND IN FILE LOCATION: dev\s)
AdgredY.class TROJ_JAVA.AS (ALL OF THESE WERE DELETED)
Compressed File Infected file: 5707c08a-1d80f3c7 Folder Path: C:\Users\owner\AppData\LocalLow\Sun\Java\Deployment\cache\6.0\10\
Compressed file Infected file: 22f1ade8-379c252f Folder Path: c:\User\Owner\AppData\LocalLow\Sun\Java\Deployment\cache\6.0\40\
Compressed file Infected file: 5707c08a-66cdc157 Folder Path: C:\Windows\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\LocalLow\Sun\Java\Deployment\cache\6.0\10\
In a previous scan I had virus's in Java, maybe I should just uninstall it from my computer to see if it helps. Even with this scan and the results all taken care of, I still have the redirect "JUMP" is what it says before loading each site.
EDIT: Posts merged ~BP
Edited by Budapest, 06 September 2010 - 04:51 PM.