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Infection with some sort of trojan or something - not sure what to do!


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#1 expositus

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Posted 29 September 2010 - 01:33 PM

Hey.

Ok, firstly I'm not very good with computers, so please excuse this. So a few days ago my interent security (Mcafee) went a bit mental telling me I had numerous fake-alert trojans trying to access my computer, but after a full scan it quarantined and removed these. Then yesterday Windows Defender quarantined and removed a DNSChanger.as trojan. But now whenever I search on google I keep getting redirected to random pages! When I do a security scan of my system it doesn't come up with anything dodgy so i'm not sure if this is a trojan or something else or what to do! Any help would be appreciated!

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