Has my browser been hijacked?

  Cook2 17:11 04 May 04

I did a PC Pitstop check and it showed the following as my browser.

MSIE 6.0; FunWebProducts-MyWay

Would this have been a recent Microsoft update? Or something more sinister?

  Diodorus Siculus 17:16 04 May 04

click here
AdAware click here
Spybot-S&D click here

Try these... just in case.

  Cook2 18:08 04 May 04

Thanks for that. I regularly check with Spybot S & D and also have Spywareblaster. I'll double check.

I'll download Adaware to double check.

  Cook2 18:24 04 May 04

AdAware foundthe following

Vendor 180 Solutions.

Type Reg. Key.

Category Data Miner


I've deleted it and now try with Spybot.

  AL D. 18:49 04 May 04

A Great bit of software is "StartPage Guard" which is free from click here

  Cook2 19:14 04 May 04

Thanks AL D. I've downloaded StarPage Guard but won't run it yet because MSIE 6.0; FunWebProducts-MyWay still shows up on PC Pitstop.

I'd disabled restore, did a check with AdAware and Spybot S&D, enabled restore but MyWay is back.

Where is the little so and so lurking?

  VoG II 19:17 04 May 04

Hello Cook2!

click here click here

  Cook2 20:25 04 May 04

Thanks for that VoG™. I've printed the instructions ready to start my quest, I'll let you know how I get on.

  Cook2 21:43 04 May 04

I started going through the list when I remembered I still had jv16 Power Tools installed. I ran it and found a number of references to the programme and deleted them and also, to make sure, I did a Registry Clean and Fix.

I then reset my Web settings and run the programme AL D. recommended.

Everything appears to be back as it should.

Thanks Diodorus Siculus, AL D. and VoG™

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