The next day I booted up and got 2 messages. One was a Windows popup related to wmscr.dll and the other was Avast saying something was detected and a boot time scan was needed.
I rebooted and let the scan run. Three files were found. The 1st was a trojan java:agent-bxy and the other 2 were PUP ELF: Androot-J and Looter-H. The last 2 were from either my attempts to root my Nook or my phone.
Afterwards I booted up and ran a full Avast scan plus a full rootkit scan, no issues were found.
I got online with Firefox and started getting random redirects. After some Google searches, I found the proxy settings in Firefox had changed. I switched it back to No Proxy. I then ran both Spybot and malware-bytes, no issues found. Everything seemed to be working fine.
Over the weekend I played some AvP 2. Afterwards, I started getting random redirects. I checked the proxy, still set to no proxy.
I booted into safemode and ran full Avast, Malwarebytes and Spybot but found no issues. Checked my router, seeing a bunch of port 13 outgoing in the log, not sure if its related.
I'm still experiencing some random redirects. I really don't know if the AvP 2 install has anything to do with it but it's really the only thing I have done in the last couple months.
I need some help figuring out what is going on. I am using windows 7.
Edited by csixtyfour, 22 October 2012 - 07:30 PM.