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Google Redirects on All Home Devices

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#1 JonesCat


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Posted 17 September 2012 - 01:52 AM


For some time now, on and off Google will redirect us to this site, http://developer.yahoo.com/yql/console/

This problem comes and goes and happens on all our home devices(desktop computer, phones and netbooks) only when we are at home. We have used RKill and Malware bytes and found nothing. Recently our Norton has been showing a "Connection is not trusted" page when we use the search tool bar on the desktop computer. When this happens we are unable to access google mail or google maps either.

We are able to use all other search engines such as Bing and Yahoo with no problem.

Our home computer is running on Windows XP Pro with service pack 3, we also have an Iphone 3Gs, Andriod phone and Asus with Windows 7 starter. This occurs on all of these devices. How could this be a virus affecting all these devices and only acts up on the mobile devices when we are at home?

Edited by JonesCat, 17 September 2012 - 01:53 AM.

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Posted 17 September 2012 - 11:46 AM

Try to reset your router....

Turn the computer off.

On your router, you'll find a pinhole marked "Reset".
Keep pushing the hole, using a pencil, or a paperclip until all lights briefly come off and on.
NOTE. Simple router disconnecting from a power source will NOT do.
Restart computer and check for redirections.

NOTE. You may need to re-check your router security settings, as described HERE

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