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Redirecting to odd pages/'Bookmarku' etc. Please help?


buel

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Hi, earlier today my AVG quickly flashed up saying that it had located a threat on my computer then most of the webpages i opened either reditected to ebay log in, Google homepage, a search engine called 'Bookmarku' and a page called something called 'statistic'.

I took a screenshot of one of them but ironically i cant upload the screenshot to Photobucket and i noticed the http reads as 'http://s199.photobucket.com' and i dont know what the s199 stands for?

What can i do please, just run the usual AVG, SuperAntiSpyware and Malwarebytes?

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Nontek

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Yes, you answered your question yourself, run all your security programs soon as possible and then re-start your computer.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Yes update and run all your protection scans and see what comes up.

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rdave13

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I would run them in safe mode first.

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21yyz12rush

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I'm also getting this, have you downloaded anything from keygens.nl? I'm getting redirected to a page called online feed and after much source code searching it links back to a porn site.

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