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Google Chrome (55.0.2883.87) Google Chrome (SetupMetrics...) ````````Process Check: objlist.exe by Laurent```````` Windows Defender MSMpEng.exe Zemana AntiMalware ZAM.exe Bitdefender Bitdefender 2017 vsserv.exe Bitdefender Bitdefender Device Management DevMgmtService.exe Bitdefender It can also prove to be very frustrating for a user to explain as it is not consistent and once the redirection occurs enough times, the issue stops for the rest of What's really alarming however, is the intensity of a decent amount of these infections – now they are ordinarily used to play host to numerous viruses on top of the initial It takes less than a minute and is completely free! http://indignago.org/rootkit/rootkit-backdoor-issue-consrv-dll-google-redirect.html

Virus This website has been blocked for you! I am not sure it there is still any malware left of registry items, but the system works fine: no redirects and no suspicious processes running. After scrolling to the bottom of the screen click the "Reset browser settings" button.  In the opened window confirm that you want to reset Google Chrome settings to default by clicking Thank You!!!!

Delete all automatically ticked items and then delete all those files. Reason I am giving you whole speal is because there are alot of so similar ones out there. After completing all of these checks, Google results should be normal.

To remove unwanted browser add-ons, which could cause Google redirect problems: Internet Explorer: Click on the "gear" icon (at the top right corner of Internet Explorer) select "Manage Add-ons". Since this is a rootkit, there are no toolbars/extensions/BHO’s added to the browser. Reply Cynthia says: December 15, 2016 at 6:27 am I would like to know how to remove a redirect that continues even though I have webroot installed? Optional method: If you continue to have problems with redirects to hxxp://google.com, reset your Internet Explorer settings to default.

After execution, the file launches as a bogus Adobe flash player installer. At any rate, when I unfortunately got infected the second time around, the Webroot SecureAnywhere software that you folks provide here solved my problem while saving me a lot of time I deleted all infected files, and shazam - the browser and google returned to working fine. I've testing using Chrome and IE 8 and haven't had the same issue.-This also has seemed to affect other processes on my computer.

Error: (01/22/2017 06:21:18 PM) (Source: Software Protection Platform Service) (EventID: 8198) (User: ) Description: License Activation (slui.exe) failed with the following error code: hr=0x8007007B Command-line arguments: RuleId=502ff3ba-669a-4674-bbb1-601f34a3b968;Action=AutoActivateSilent;AppId=55c92734-d682-4d71-983e-d6ec3f16059f;SkuId=2de67392-b7a7-462a-b1ca-108dd189f588;NotificationInterval=1440;Trigger=NetworkAvailable Error: (01/22/2017 06:21:05 A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. It could be hard for me to read. I've been searching the web endlessly for a solution, did try every possible solution...Installed an unbelievable number of anti-malware programs and also rkill, etc, but still...

Select properties. Please also paste that, along with the FRST.txt into your next reply.*** Graduate of the WTT Classroom Cheers,JoIf I have been helping you, and I have not replied to your latest If the PC has no AV software installed, booting into Safe Mode with networking and installing Webroot SecureAnywhere will remove the threat. I downloaded it and it worked.

STEP 3. check over here NOT to say its not good cause in the past it has worked. From the opened menu, select "Extensions". Thanks for your understanding.*** Download Security Check by screen317 from here or here.Save it to your Desktop.Double click SecurityCheck.exe and follow the onscreen instructions inside of the black box.Vista / Windows

Report Eric Puhlmann- Apr 3, 2010 at 06:54 PM I did it, but I'm still getting redirected. Replaced using boot disk and also ran TDSSkiller and now Windows updates are running again. If you accept cookies from this site, you will only be shown this dialog once!You can press escape or click on the X to close this box. his comment is here TDSSKiller developer Kaspersky Labs Windows malicious software removal tool developer Microsoft BlackLight rootkit eliminator developer F-Secure Commonly, Google redirects are caused by modifying your operating system's Hosts file.

Wish I could give thanks to where I found it but cant find page now. The action will occur about once every three attempts, where the user will get redirected to a series of sites that are shown below. Each # entry should be kept on an individual line.

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A LOT of Fake/Rogue Malware and Rootkits will have silly mispellings and things of that nature - but I can't really tell by looking at those smaller shots if these do All Activity Home Malware Removal Help Malware Removal for Windows Resolved Malware Removal Logs Google Searches with Firefox redirect to spam sites Privacy Policy Contact Us Back to Top Malwarebytes Community It worked but the browser redirect remained. Regards Report graeme- Mar 20, 2010 at 12:20 PM I had the same probelm, doing a disk cleanup and deleting all cookies seemed to do the job...

Windows XP users: Click "Start", click "Run", in the opened window type "inetcpl.cpl" In the opened window click the "Advanced" tab, then click Reset. If you are not sure which version applies to your system, download both of them and try to run them. Webroot support is always available to help with removal and questions regarding this infection. weblink Stay with this topic til you get the all clean post.My first language is not english.

THE ONLY WAY TO DO THIS IS.... Check your proxy settings. (Internet Explorer) Start Internet Explorer. DDS.txt is included inline below:DDS (Ver_09-12-01.01) - NTFSx86 Run by chris at 18:00:59.00 on Sun 12/20/2009Internet Explorer: 8.0.6001.18702Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition 5.1.2600.3.1252.1.1033.18.2047.1446 [GMT -5:00]AV: avast! You are the best.

That is, by going to stupid ad site then back to results 4x then finally getting the page it was suppose to show. Antivirus;avast! However, the log provided is content I saved during the scan. HELP!!

Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. One request would be though to make the screenshots either larger (especially of the Fake Adober Installer) - or make them clickable so that we can see these in full quality FileTransfer Execute" ==================== FirewallRules (Whitelisted) =============== (If an entry is included in the fixlist, it will be removed from the registry. I work in the IT field, but I was beginning to dread the idea of reloading the operating system, all the drivers, the software, the updates, creating a restore point, etc.

THANKS A LOT Report Tom- Oct 23, 2012 at 10:37 AM This worked with nothing else seemed to. If the PC has no AV software installed, booting into Safe Mode with networking and installing Webroot SecureAnywhere will remove the threat. It was removed and no longer shows up.After all of this it's still happening.