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adolph

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Hi:

Could anyone please tell me the exact address of the azesearch toolbar homepage. I can find a azesearch pages, but in none of them there's an uninstall option. I don't want to try the hard way to uninstall it cause I might cause more trouble. I've tried spybot, ad-aware but can't locate it.

These are the addresses I have:

http://www1.azesearch.com/

http://www2.azesearch.com/


http://www3.azesearch.com/


Thanks.
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ilago

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Hi adolph

Could you please follow the steps here http://www.geekstogo...?showtopic=2852 At the end of those steps you will be asked to provide a HijackThis log which will help us see what is going on with your computer. Please post the HijackThis log in this topic for review.

Azesearch rarely appears on its own. There is usually other malware associated with it. You will need to deal with all of it not just that one item.
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