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An Infection With An Attitude Complex.

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#1 Hopelessyizzie


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Posted 15 December 2010 - 09:45 AM

Just recently, when I moved in back with my folks for the Christmas Vacation.
My computer has been acting a little strange, only on a certain website. It's a site I tend to use a lot for school. Every time I try to access it, I am automatically redirected to some. www.somerandomsite.com. Usually there are other times a single tab would randomly open.

I have AVG, ATF-Cleaner, Malwarebytes, TDDSKILLER, Hijackthis, Gmer.

I have removed everything that has been posed as a threat. Including a file around the name of "Sdtsp" Or something like that from my System32 Driver.

It has been removed. But I still cannot access my site; and it still 'redirects' me.
And now, it has started to randomly give me "The Blue Screen Of Death" Turn off, and auto-reboot itself.
Especially when I"m using the internet, for any purpose at all; or not.

I've heard of the "Redirect Virus" would like to know if there are ways to check if my Atapi is not infected.
Yes, I have tried my HOSTs, it's fine, and cleaned.

If it helps, I had checked my father's computer just in case; and his computer as well, will not allow that site to be accessed without being redirected.

Can it be a Internet Wireless connection problem?
As far as I know, it has only happened while I was here with this connection.

In a nutshell, I would like to know other ways to check if Atapi is indeed infected, or if it's obviously something else. ( Like the Internet Provider. )

This thing is lurking where it doesn't belong.
Hoping someone can Ghostbuster this thing outta here.

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