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I think my browsers have been hijacked? When I open either Mozilla I get the zmozilla start page and click the link "go to yahoo". The yahoo home page looks different. Log in is on the left and the url says http://m.yahoo.com. I DO NOT log in. I close Mozilla and open IE7 where yahoo is my start page. Same thing... log in on the left and url says http://m.yahoo.com.
I checked my start page settings with IE7 and http://yahoo.com is still there.

However I am finding that if I open Mozilla and choose this site Geeks to go and open a new tab and type in www.yahoo.com it takes me to the old familiar yahoo I have been using 10+ yrs.

I have phishing filter turned on for both browsers. I did report http://m.yahoo.com as a suspected phishing site. I checked my phishing filter settings in control panel but am not sure what they should be other than having it turned on.
What's wrong?
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m.yahoo.com is the Yahoo access point for mobile access on your mobile phone.
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