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Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by kw22, Apr 7, 2008.

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  1. kw22

    kw22 It's My Birthday! Thread Starter

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    Hi all,
    so I do a search in google or yahoo, and when i click on the link to go to the searched item or website, it redirects me to this bunk ip address: http://69.50.189.186/c.php?c=13f8806f4e5ee41a7b62b6f67dcf1339&mk=MC42MjM3&id=2&zp={E67E24AD-C696-4DD1-981C-AA1BFC1835D7}&alg=0
    or it pop ups some bunk ads. it was doing this more at first, but now is either redirecting me to the above address or taking me to the link i choose.
    it only does this on the first time, and if i click on the link again, it takes me to the site.
    i can deal with it but it is pretty annoying that these people infected me with this crap.
    this post:Malware redirects to wierd IP address from google search in firefox - can't get rid! Also had a problem with this ip address.
    any help thanks,
    i do not have enough space to post my log, but i did run it with ad aware.
     
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    kw22 It's My Birthday! Thread Starter

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    also, the redirect seems to be going through a quicklex.com domain.
    when i enter quicklex.com as the address it automatically redirects me to yahoo.
    but when i click on a link after a search, quicklex.com comes up on the bottom of the browser as where the link is being directed, but it directs me to some advertisement.
    mainly it is just redirecting me to the numbered url i mention above though now.
    this is really annoying, please help.
     
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