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Odd homepage issue in Firefox

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#1 CrimsonCricket


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Posted 01 December 2016 - 01:11 AM

I recently noticed how when I started up Firefox, my homepage url was displaying as "https://www.google.com/?bcutc=sp-004-752" instead of "https://www.google.com."  I was able to change it back manually, but am curious as to why it changed.  I tried asking on the Mozilla forums, but mainly got suggestions to run virus and malware scans or questions about if I had run any installers.  Every scan I've run (Malwarebytes, Adwcleaner, eset, etc.) says I'm clean and the last time I installed anything was when I reinstalled Avast.  Does anyone here know what's going on?

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