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  1. Thanks for everything, it was really usefull! ! I'll check those links to avoid getting a similar problem. And go ComboFix!
  2. All good! Thanks a lot. Can I delete the Qoobox file now?
  3. Hi, I asked the question about the adnetworks because it makes it even when simply going on hotmail.com (rmd.atdmt.com is blocked) or searching on google without opening any links. II had to download combofik (which I renamed again combofixer and put on the desktop) because when I had reactivated my antivirus it go rid of it. I attached the log bellow. I had to restart my computer manually after the combofix process because no application would launch. It said registy key inadmissable on all of then (words, firefox, anyting) I deleted the combofix file since EAM would have got rid of it
  4. And I was also wondering if I can remove the Qoobox file which was created?
  5. Hi, I ran the program as explained and attached the log to this message. It's wonderful, I do not appear to be redirected!! Emsisoft occasuonally still detects connection attempts to the suspicious host such as bs.serving-sys.com, static.chartbeat.com, Maybe this is normal since I just installed emsisof a few days ago. If the malware (if a malware was indeed the problem) is permanently removed, do you think there was a risk concerning the passwords I used online? Should I change them? Sincerely, Stephen
  6. Hi, I ran a OTL scan with LOP and Purety check. There was just one report that I attached. I cheked in the OTL file and did a search for the Extras.txt file but was unable to find one. Do you need another file? Stephen
  7. I still have the same malware problem unfortunately. I tried to upload the other files that were created after the I first ran the fix (computer;C;_OTL_movedfiles) but I could not upload them. I will perform the same scan I did the first time and check the boxes beside LOP Check and Purity Check and them upload OTL.txt and Extra.txt. Thank you!
  8. The log actually had not opened but I found it in the OTL folder. sorry for the delay. It put the log bellow. ========== OTL ========== HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\\Start Page Redirect Cache_TIMESTAMP| /E : value set successfully! HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\\XMLHTTP_UUID_Default| /E : value set successfully! Registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects\{371475C8-99FB-7CB2-0EF3-24E6D2E6CE97}\ deleted successfully. Registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\CLSID\{371475C8-99FB-7CB2-0E
  9. Hi, Thank you for your quick response and for your help. I copy/pasted the text and clicked Run fix. Soon after my computer rebooted. Just wondering, for the new log, since none were produced, do you want me to run a scan?
  10. I forgot to add that I just enabled Emsisoft anti-malware surf protection and it detects the redirects (unlike all my other protection software) to the unwanted sites (such as 7search.com) and prevents them from opening.
  11. Hello, I am not very familiar with these forums, but I noticed that another user (thread closed for lack of response) seemed to have a similar problem as I have. I have a browser redirect virus/malware and I am unable to get rid of it. I used everything I could think of (Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware,CCleaner, Microsoft Securities Essentials,ATF-Cleaner, tdsskiller,SUPERAntiSpyware, Kaspersky virus removal tool, and others) but still no results. Are you familiar with this malware? And if yes, do you have any advice to get rid of it? Please find bellow and attached my 3 EEK scan reports as we
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