This isn't my first (virus) rodeo, but I could use some advice. Every computer on my home network seems to have a redirect virus. On top of that, none of us can get into our gmail, google calendar, or access any google sites either.
I tried fixing the desktop (which the router is connected to) first. I tried running MalwareBytes, Avast!, tdsskiller, and others to no avail. None of them found any viruses or malware. Finally, I disconnected the router, connected the desktop directly to the modem, and ran Spybot S&D which did find problems. I fixed them and for a few hours, everything worked great. Until I plugged the router back in so I could download spybot to the laptops.
Now the desktop has the virus again. Could my laptops have infected the desktop again over the network? I did manage to get spybot on all the laptops; I'm thinking I'll disconnect the router again and run spybot on all the computers again to see if that helps. Any other thoughts?
One virus on one computer, I can handle. One on three different computers is frustrating me.