Google keeps redirecting me :@

April 29, 2011 at 06:42:19
Specs: Windows 7
hey guys ive got rid offmy last virus, I download malware bytes and it worked, so i cant thanks u all enough for the help, but i still have the viruse that google keeps redirecting me can someone help?

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April 29, 2011 at 07:53:31
The first suggestion of checking your proxy server is to open internet options in contol panels or within your browser, then click on connections, then your lan setting, proxy server is in there.

I would start by downloading the rkill file from here.

I would suggest the one entitled, from there once it is installed, double click on it and allow it to run.


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April 29, 2011 at 08:09:12
along with response #1 you may also want to run TDSS killer after rkill, rkill does not remove infections.

Some HELP in posting on plus free progs and instructions Cheers

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April 29, 2011 at 08:20:05
the funny thing is XpUser4Real, is that he ran malwarebytes first, and they have gotten much better at this sorta thing, but what you say makes sense. he already removed an infection on another post as well.


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April 29, 2011 at 08:30:42
mike i went to download what u said and it gave me a trojian

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April 29, 2011 at 08:43:44
whats the name of the trojan


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April 29, 2011 at 08:45:09
I dunno i got rid off it strait away

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April 29, 2011 at 09:35:49
On Scripting and DNS, look at the following:

As far as the sequence of your approach, the following is recommended:

Download TDSSKiller from the following link:
Save it to the Desktop.

If you cannot download the file, the malware may be blocking the attempt. You need to download ith file to a clean computer and then transfer it to the infected one using a USB flash drive, or external media (an external drive or a CD) .

Once the file is on the Desktop, right-click on the TDSSKiller.exe icon and select: Rename.
Name it a random name with a .com extension. For example:

Now, double-click on the renamed file to launch it. If you receive a warning from Publisher: Kaspersky Lab asking if you want to run the file, click on the Run button to allow TDSSKiller to run.

When TDSSKiller starts, it displays the welcome screen.
Click on the Start Scan button.

When the scan finishes it displays a results screen stating whether or not the infection was found on your computer.

To remove the infection, click on the Continue button. If it does not say Cure on the results screen, leave it at the default action of Skip, and press the Continue button. Do not change to Delete or Quarantine as it may delete infected files that are required for Windows to operate properly.

When TDSSKiller finishes cleaning the infection, a report stating whether or not it was successful is shown.

>>Please provide the report in your reply.<<

If TDSSKiller requires a reboot to finish the cleaning process, click on: Reboot Now

Next, start the computer in Safe Mode with Networking by tapping the F8 key while it boots, and selecting this option

Download one of these files: iExplore.exe or eXplorer.exe These files are renamed copies of RKill:

Save the file selected to the Desktop, and double-click on it. (For Vista/Windows 7, select: Run as Administrator)
Ignore any messages, and allow the file to run until the command window closes.

Without a reboot, download Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware (black button with green and white icon) Save to the Desktop:

Double-click mbam-setup.exe and follow the prompts to install the program. (For Vista/Windows 7, select: Run as Administrator)

Run Malwarfebytes’ AntiMalware and update the program.
Once updated, select Perform Full Scan and click the scan button.

When the scan finishes, click OK in the message box, and you will see the results of the scan.

Click the Remove Selected button to get rid of the malware.

When Malwarebytes finishes, you may be prompted to reboot. If so, reboot.

>>Please post the TDSSKiller and the Malwarebytes logs in your reply so we can see where we are at, and plan any additional removal strategy, if necessary.<<

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April 29, 2011 at 10:46:24
the above also makes sense, the trojan you killed was probably the legitimate rkill, that the malware didnt allow you to run, there are additional instructions that were on the same page as rkill that i should have mentioned for you to read. sorry for the confusion


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