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Very wierd browser issue. Dont know if its an infection thou! plz help ;)


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#1 tempprary

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Posted 21 November 2015 - 11:04 PM

Hi!

 

Experts.

 

I have thought about this issue for ages now, but have not started any topic about it anywhere.

Got this wierd isssue, where the top of my page in my browser sometimes, is acting wierd.

 

(Or Always, in  some cases like chrome, comodo dragon, etc and firefox when it comes to myfreecams site. Only internet Explorer is showing that one right.)

 

Like, when i highlight an email in Hotmail, the options sometimes dont show up ontop. Like, move, delete, spam options etc..

 

Here is an example from.. Comodo dragon. But this sometimes happens in firefox too.

 

http://i.imgur.com/abT8DbB.jpg

 

And i have tried a site called myfreecams. Cam Girls..

Then for like.. 6 months ago, this error started happening, but i cant find an answer to WHY, yet.

 

When i access the site, my username dont show up ontop. Only my "tokens". (For tipping models, if i like.)

 

Example:

http://i.imgur.com/zKz8flY.jpg <--- This example is in firefox.

 

(If i use internet Explorer and log in there, my username is visable ontop of that 1 token stuff. Like it should show up!)

 

Very wierd..

 

I am running nod32, and comodo firewall, and a pretty good security, soo i dont think i am infected. I also run rootkit detectors on a regular basis...

 

Anyways. Does ANYONE have a clue about why my browser is acting wierd like this? ;)

 

Would be nice to fix! Somehow. I have tried re-installed, also...

Same error or, whatever is going on, ontop of some webpages.

 

Would be nice to get this fixed. Thanks allot!


Edited by tempprary, 21 November 2015 - 11:11 PM.


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Posted 22 November 2015 - 01:35 PM

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Posted 22 November 2015 - 09:50 PM

Hi. Thanks for your reply.

I dont think i am infected.

Got a pretty good security. But yeah, i dont know why the browser is acting strange.

I used those tools, but covered some stuff like my ip, etc.
Dont really wanna share my ip, not that it matter much.

Here is the first paste of Checkup:
http://clipboard.space/clip/k1OYgz2J65cJdYvJo6RQ

 

FSS:
http://clipboard.space/clip/pKqjw0RNrktY9XDYPzGP

 

Minitoolbar:
http://clipboard.space/clip/jdwkn8o6GBUJae7JPrwy

 

MBAM and MBAR is clean. So i dont need to post those i guess. ;)

Rkill seems fine too.
But i can post it, why not.

 

http://clipboard.space/clip/ZeXg573oJACq5A7qGDdP

But yeah...

Why is the browser affected you think?
...

Its wierd. I have not come to a solution yet.
As i wrote, i dont even know if its malware. Could be some addon perhaps, but i dont think so.

And i dont have the energy to format my system either. No way.

I might have to use internet explorer sometimes, perhaps.

Would just be nice to know what is causing this diplay error, or whatever it is.
Thanks

 

edit:

Also, i had troubles even posting this with the post button in Comodo dragon.

So i switched to IE.

 

Need to uninstall comodo later on perhaps.

Or switch to like safari or other alternatives..


Edited by tempprary, 22 November 2015 - 11:06 PM.


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Posted 22 November 2015 - 10:36 PM

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Posted 22 November 2015 - 10:58 PM

Hi. Why? All info is on those links..

Thought it made it much easier.

 

 

edit:

 

Does anyone here know, or have a clue about the browser issue? 

I dont think i am infected.. Im pretty sure i am clean, but i could be wrong. If i am, its probably a rootkit.

But i think this issie is not malware related.

 

Anyone with experience in this? I have quite allot of knowledge and experience with computers. Just havent been able to figure this out, yet.

Thanks

 

edit2:

I installed newest chrome, and it seems to be working now! Wierd.

Hmm.

 

Well. I will use chrome then. I will discover if it happens again in the future or not. Dont know if i was lucky now or something like that...

But right now my computer is working fine.


Edited by tempprary, 23 November 2015 - 10:29 PM.





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