possible 'browser hijacker'

  simongy 20:20 26 Apr 04

I have my I.E.6, win xp pro, and ad-adware 6.
My homepage is set at google, however these past few day an obscure homepage has some how 'got into my' explorer settings. Ad-adware spotted it and I deleted it!! However it keep re-appearing.
Any advance as to how to get rid of it once and for all??
Thanks in advance

  imjasonurnot 20:30 26 Apr 04

to remove this
go to click here
download and run cwshredder
then x-cleaner

if its still an issues

download and run hijackthis
save to my docs or a download dir

click scan then save log
save to same folder
copy & past the info here
and will take a close look at what running

  imjasonurnot 20:31 26 Apr 04

OPS should be click here
sorry for the mispelling :)

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