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Problem with something called adyielder.com [CLOSED]


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soju72

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If anyone can help. My computer is automatically redirecting whenever I go on to Yahoo.com to a google search results page looking for "http//adyielder.com". I can get on to yahoo, but when I try to open a link or sign in, it immediately redirects me to google searching for adyielder.

I've already used my spyware and anti-virus software (webroots spyware and Micro Trends anti-virus) to scan my computer and nothing has come up. I've also checked on the internet, and it seems that a number of other people have had this problem, but I haven't seen any solutions to it posted.

Please, if anyone can help I'd be in your debt.

Thanks. :)
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Welcome to GTG.

Please read this topic and post your HijackThis log here when ready.
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Due to lack of feedback, this topic has been closed.

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