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Google Redirect, no malware present.

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#1 grtwatkins


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Posted 02 June 2011 - 04:13 PM

Several days ago my Google searches started to get redirected to ad sites such as:
Aol Jobs

I looked this up multiple times and found out i had a browser hijacker, but i cant seem to remove, or even detect it.

Ive tried all of the folowing fixes:
MalwareBytes (removed several items)
SuperAntiSpyware (removed several items)
TDSS Rootkit remover (scan cameback clean)
TDSS Killer by Kaspersky (scan cameback clean)
Spybot (removed several items)
Hitman Pro (crashs everytime during scan)
Tempoaraly disableing system restore, then trying all of the above.(same results as before)

After all these the issue still persists. I have looked on many sites, including this one, and have yet to find the solution. I will post any logs you may need if asked.

Also, my firewall has disabled itself and i can't reenable it,
When i click turn on it says:"Windows security center can't turn on windows firewall"

Edited by hamluis, 02 June 2011 - 04:58 PM.
No logs, moved from Vista to AII.

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