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#1 JWRaynor


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Posted 11 January 2011 - 08:00 PM

Hi all. I recently discovered this re-director on my system, looked around and read many of the things people have tried.
(It was hard to spot because I use that exact page for my homepage on this computer.)

Once I discovered it I did these steps in this order and it (crossing fingers) appears to have worked. Gone-

(this is an AMD x2 64 chip and MSI motherboard running XP 64 bit version & 2GB RAM)

First, I ran MSCONFIG and in the startup tab I found a file called "UTMY" in a subdir called "Cyzymu". Look for it and disable it.

Then restart in safe mode and run Malwarebytes Anti-malware.

Then run Spy-bot S&D.

Open Mozilla, d/l and install the "Noscripts" and "AddBlock" add-ins.

Locate the User.js file and delete it.

Restart, open Browser.

(at this point Mozilla immediately found the script for "flyingincognitosleep" and blocked it.)

Last step was to stop allowing passwords to be saved in Mozilla.


As I sit here 12 hours later, it's still working. No redirects. I think this is a script & is hiding in user.js or the password file. In any case,
it's fixed.

Good Luck all.

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