Google Redirect Virus

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June 29, 2009 at 00:08:18
Specs: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, 2.398 GHz / 1278 MB
I need help. Google redirect virus came back after a malwarebytes successfully remove all infected files and registry stuff.

This cleanup job was done in safe mode.

After rebooting, checked again in safe mode, everything was ok (I guessed). So I have returned online doing a succesfull Google Search, and the search redirect me to the real web site. No redirection was performed the first time. I was happy!

Few hours later, didn't remember if a reboot was done or not, the problem reapear again.

Malwarebytes, and a lot of other anti-virus, anti-malware didn't find any virus or problem in registry, except some ad-aware cookies.

What did you suggest now?

I can send you a HijackThis log report and a MalwareBytes report.

Thank for your help.

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June 29, 2009 at 21:47:32
SpyHunter found somes cookies and two .lnk file related to older virus (System Security 2009) already deleted by MalwareBytes Anti-Malware program.

Now to repair this cookie list items (9), I need to pay 30$ US to buy SpyHunter program.

Not sure this program will resolve my Google Redirect Problem.

There is another solution available? Any manual operation I can perform will be better. I'm a computer analyst/programmer, so I can do manual operation if I can receive related informations on what to do.

I know how to operate with Registry key, killing process using KillBox tool if files or services are running within a rootkit.

Thanks for another suggestion.

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June 30, 2009 at 01:52:19
Ok, I found it myself. Google Redirect Virus as been removed with informations found at

Here is the solution found:

This method is free and is working very well.

You can close this thread. Thanks!

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August 1, 2009 at 08:55:00
It seems the google redirect virus has been removed for this guy:
in the following thread:

Keep in mind, that fake system security alerts are also a part of google redirect virus


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