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my homepagae has been hijacked! Need help [CLOSED]


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leona

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My homepage has been hijacked by www.oneclicksearces.com!
Also, when opening explorer "about blank" comes up.
oneclicksearches keeps redirecting pages and it's driving me crazy.
I've run countless scans and I can't get rid of it! (ad-aware, Norton antivirus & Microsoft antispy)
I'm fairly new at this things so I need someone who can explain it to me in really simple words.
Please help :tazz:
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Trevuren

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Hi leona welcome to Geeks 2 Go.

My name is Trevuren and I will be assisting you with your log.

However, before I am able to analyze your problem, you must read the information provided in the following link and I would like you to follow the steps that are recommended before posting a new log:

You Must Read This Before Posting A Log


Regards,

Trevuren
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Trevuren

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