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sharingan

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Hi

My laptop seems to be infected with malware, that results in search results created by google and bing being redirected to other websites. My operating system is Windows 7 and I do have McAfee Anti Virus, although I have noticed that this malware may have infected the anti virus tool, as I am no longer able to run a scan. It seems to have disabled my on demand scan as I get the following error message whenever I try to run it "scncfg32.exe - Ordinal Not Found The ordinal 1112 could not be located in the dynamic link library WSOCK32.dll"

This problem is present in both Mozilla Firefox (10.0.2) and Internet Explorer 9. I followed removal instructions for this in a thread posted on this website by Rorschach112 (02 February 2010 - 04:57 PM), however the problem was not resolved. When following the initial set of instructions, The TDSKiller executable found no threats.

I downloaded the OTL application from another thread on this web site and have included the contents of its scan below. I would greatly appreciate any further assistance in helping resolve this issue.

Thanks

Edited by sharingan, 28 March 2012 - 11:55 PM.

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Hitman Pro seems to have resolved the issue :-)
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