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Page Load errors in IE and Firefox

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I've just started having problems with both Internet Exploder and Firefox. On some sites (it seems to be those that have security features, such as EBay, Paypal, and my online banking, as well as some chat sites - so far), I can't get either of my browsers to load - both browsers seem to time out - but only for those certain sites, and only since yesterday. 2 days ago, everything was perfectly fine, and since then, I haven't changed any settings at all (that I know of). :)

Since it is common to both browsers, I'm expecting the browsers are OK, but that I (or possibly some malware of some sort) have changed some settings on my computer. :) I have SSL enabled on both browsers, and I have tried to ping Google, with no reply at all.....

Pinging google.com [] with 32 bytes of data:
Request timed out.
Request timed out.
Request timed out.
Request timed out.
Ping statistics for
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 0, Lost = 4 (100% loss),

Since I am online to ask for help, you can see that I CAN get onto some sites, and my email is unaffected.... so I'm stumped... would anyone have any ideas ?

I'm running Win XP Pro SP3
IE 7
Firefox 3.5.2 (Although it didn't work on 3.0 yesterday, either)

I'm attaching a copy of my HijackThis log file in case that may help.

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