fake webpages are coming up in my search resu

July 16, 2011 at 23:42:45
Specs: Windows 7
It's been well over a year now since I joined facebook and had a google account (I have two, one prevents me from making outside calls, so I keep the other one so if I'd like to call abroad like the USA or Canada, I may be able to do that.

Every time I have searched Google for an important subject that I would like to read or learn on various subject matters, I'm always redirected to a page which clearly is fake due to the grammar-errors or lack of capitalization where needed.

Sometimes, when I search for something Facebook results come up with that particular topic. I believe I've banned from the internet as even if I want to be productive, I can't go anywhere and it is so obvious that websites are tampered with, that I know I'm being restricted or blocked probably my my IP or where I live.

My computer and accounts have been hacked before and the results I enquire about don't match to what I type. Firewalls have also occurred to me but I don't want to fidget around with anything as I've destroyed a previous computer of mine before.

I'd like to be able to search the net without restrictions being passed like before Google was very efficient. Now iit shows my location and I don't know what to do. This has been going on for about three years now and I'm desperate for it to end.

I'm unable be to research or browse anything properly anymore and everything is cached and many websites are blocked even though I'm aware of their existence.

Please don't ask me to go to a computer technician as they never see a problem and have certified that I'm crazy and often I'm sent to an open DNS guide.

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July 17, 2011 at 04:02:44
It is completely clear that you are a victim of a Malware attack..
Even you mentioned that your accounts have been hacked earlier..
You haven't given any information about which antivirus program you use for your computers protection..

By the way, malware is a small program that is existing on your system.. May be installed from some browser toolbars and all.. So,
1. Remove all the extra toolbars installed for your browser..
2. Get a best antivirus program for your PC.. Or download a Anti Malware program and use it to detect the malware program and remove it from your system.
These are paid products..
If you have a genuine Windows Operating system then be sure that you use Microsoft Security Essentials, as its free antivirus for genuine Windows Users.. Get the best from it..


In case these things do not work.. You have the last option to Format your PC and Reinstall your desired OS..
This will surely remove the problem.. but its the last option to be chosen..

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