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Sudden unwanted re-directs when Google sear entries

Unread postby mjordy55 » December 21st, 2009, 5:48 pm

I am new to this forum,but was recommended by internet articles to come here.
I started experiencing browser directions on My FireFox 3.0,and even I tried,but came back to 3.0,the latest version 3.5.5!
Any time I type a search on Google search I get messages that the "page can't be found!"
and a redirect to this website:
"newserversearch.com"
Sometimes I am able to avoid this annoyance by type only on the address bar. The problem is less evident on my Explorer 8.0 browser.
Anti-Malaware bytes software found some trojans and rootkits and killed them.

I just tried PC Pitstop and found :
Spyware Pro and aleuron Sp and Aleuron AVG trojans
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Re: Sudden unwanted re-directs when Google sear entries

Unread postby NonSuch » December 21st, 2009, 10:34 pm

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