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#1 Sonic98

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Posted 14 November 2011 - 03:27 PM

Anyone have any ideas about getting rid of Inbox.com. I ran Malwarebytes and just about all the other spyware scanners. I uninstalled toolbars and anything else that looked suspicious, but it still kept taking over IE's homepage. Even going into the registry and changing the homepage, removing inbox.com keys, and setting up a no homepage page protection, still was only a temporary fix. Simply changing the homepage seemed to be a permanent fix for Firefox. I was actually on my way run DDS and some of the other problems so I could have logs to post, but it looks like the person with the effected computer decided to just go ahead and do a full system recovery. Anyone had any experience with it in case I run across it again?

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