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Infected with JS/Dursg.A Malware - help!


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#1 ltbabyj

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Posted 20 September 2010 - 12:14 PM

Please help! I have been infected and don't know what to do. Everytime I try to search for something I get redirected by "Mysearchcorp" to other sites!
My antivirus software (CA Internet security) has picked up the JS/Dursg.a malware hompage hijacker infection but it's not able to get rid of it (not to mention it let it infect me!!!). It seems that it is also affecting my typing and I'm worried my computer is vulnerable too.
I have been reading other posts regarding this (and other homepage hijackers) but it always says not to use your recomendations for other computers.
I don't know how to run/post a log so please let me know what to do!
Thanks so much!
Jessica

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#2 m0le

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Posted 20 September 2010 - 06:58 PM

Hi Jessica,

Please post a request in the Am I Infected forum where they will walk you through how to create and post logs.

Please read the instructions here first. :thumbsup:
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