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Problem connecting to sites

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I've run into a problem with my browers. I can get to most sites just fine, but there are a few that I cannot reach. For instance. I cannot reach Amazon.com, Ebay.com, or Paypal.com. I can get to buy.ebay.com, but not to www.ebay.com. I thought that it may have been a problem connecting with secure sites, but I can still get to my bank account online.

If I run tracert on www.amazon.com, the packet makes one jump to localhost []. I can run a tracert on amazon.com and it will make 13 jumps before timing out at:
sl-st20-ash-12-0.sprintlink.net []

Tracert on ebay.com, www.ebay.com, paypal.com, and www.paypal.com all result in a one jump return to

So I'm not sure if I've been infected with something, or what. Any ideas?

Sorry, I forgot to mention that this problem persists across IE and Firefox, both fully updated.

Edited by Metus, 14 November 2005 - 05:08 PM.

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Looks like you could possibly have a malware infection.

You Must Read Before Posting A HijackThis Log

Please Post A HijackThis Log In The Malware Forum

If You Dont Know What HijackThis Is and Dont Know How To Use It Please See Before Posting A HijackThis Log

Please Follow All The Steps Carefully and Start Your Own Topic So That An Expert Can Come Along And Help You Out.

:tazz: Good Luck :)
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