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I have Google redirect, possible TDL3 infection


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#1 Jacklawman

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Posted 21 July 2012 - 11:32 PM

I am running windows XP sp3. My computer just began to redirect on google results, at first to random sites, now exclusively to www.7search.com. Does it on both FF and IE. I have been running NAV all along. Downloaded and ran malwarebytes and unhack me. Malwarebytes found trojan.bho and removed it. Norton found Trojan.maljava and removed it. I flushed my DNS and removed java programs. Malwarebytes keeps preventing access to 206.161.121.3, 206.161.121.70, 206.161.121.21 and 78.41.203.124.

I am not software literate.

I ran dss and these are the results:

JUST READ THE FORUM RULES.... SORRY, DIDN'T GET IT. I EDITED THIS POST AND REMOVED LOG.

Edited by Jacklawman, 22 July 2012 - 12:04 AM.


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Posted 21 July 2012 - 11:59 PM

I just ran Kaspersky TDSSkiller and that seems to have worked. It removed a Rootkit.pihar virus. Anything else I should check?




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