EDIT: Managed to remove this. I used RogueKiller (the newest version) once, restarted PC, did the scan again and removed all files. Problem is now fixed. Apparently the problem is a relatively new version of the ZeroAccess virus. I'll keep the rest of the post here in case anyone else has this problem in future.
Recently I've been infected with something that is redirecting me to a random page when I do a google search and click on an innocent link.
I've run CCleaner, MalwareBytes, SUPERAntiSpyware, Registry Mechanic, McAfee, TDSSKiller, and none of them seem to be able to deal with the problem. MalwareBytes does find the ZeroAccess virus and removes two files, but not permanently (they reappear upon reboot).
Rkill seems to find what the problems are; I've attached a log of this, including the attach.txt file I was instructed to attach.
TDSSKiller and McAfee in particular do not find anything at all. (I think I am using their latest updates.)
As seen in the Rkill 10-08-2013.txt file, there are numerous sub-folders nested within each other in the "C:\Program Files\Google\Desktop\Install" folder, which I am unable to delete. If I keep entering these sub-folders, eventually I reach a folder (that is apparently "empty") but I can't enter nor delete.
For some reason, it isn't letting me do a system restore.
I would really appreciate help with this.
Thanks in advance.
Edited by 6-1 6-3 6-0, 10 August 2013 - 06:56 PM.