System - MacBook Pro 2.4GhZ running OSX 10.6.7 running FireFox 3.5.18
It appears that my google image searching has been compromised somehow. I will do an image search, click a thumbnail, and as I am trying to navigate back to the search results I get redirected to 'Find the differences between these two iphones' (My link
) or storefeedbackrewards.com.
It doesn't seem to happen in Safari, nor does it seem to happen during a normal google search.
I don't know a whole lot about the inner workings of Mac OS, so I haven't really done anything to try to solve this on my own. I know just enough to know that I don't know.
I don't download and install much software, and when I do I do it through the windows partition so I can run and AV and such before I install. I was under the impression that there wasn't a whole lot in the way of viruses and malware for the Mac, and what was out there was pretty rare. I don't run any Antivirus or Anti-spyware software on the Mac side.
If there is any help anyone can lend, I would really appreciate it, along with any information I may need to keep this machine running smoothly. If I am horribly outdated in my Mac virus info, PLEASE tell me before something really bad happens!