Browser hijacking problem.

  Dorsai 06:40 18 Jul 2009
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Hi,
I have a problem with widows opening randomly, normally to on-line dating sights. I have hijackthis, but would like a suggestions as to where to post the log so someone who knows what they are lookign for/at can read it.
Any help appreciated.
Regards.

  rdave13 07:07 18 Jul 2009

Until you find someone to read your log try running Superantispyware; click here
Download the free version, update and run full scan.

  Andsome 07:38 18 Jul 2009

Try this site. click here

  rawprawn 07:39 18 Jul 2009

You can post your HJT Log here if SAS doesn't cure it.
You could also try downloading, updating and running Malwarebytes click here

  rawprawn 07:40 18 Jul 2009

Sorry forgot the HJT Link click here

  Joe G 20:25 18 Jul 2009

I recently had a problem with a trojan and thanks to the help here eventually got rid of it. To do so though I had to run the software mentioned above in safe mode - I also tracked it down in the registry and deleted it - not sure which of the methods worked but I definitely couldn't get rid of it until I went into safe mode! (Press F8 repeatedly on boot up).

  Dorsai 17:04 19 Jul 2009

Hi, thanks for the help, Super spyware found a lot, but I think they were just "iffy" rather tahan actually bad.
I still get, and random intervals loads of pages opening for random dating, screen saver, and other such rubbish.

  Andsome 08:01 20 Jul 2009

Why not visit the site that I suggested and post a log?

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