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i'm having a problem with my IE...it redirects me to errorplace.com...ihave no idea what to do or where to start to remove this malware...can someone help me please!!!
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Admin has posted some very good advice and help at :

Free Malware Resources, etc.

be sure to read ditto's post at :

Read This Before Posting a HiJack This Log

You can also reset the home page in Tools>Internet Options on the General tab at the top in IE. About:blank loads fast, but you may want your own web site or some favorite to load at start up of IE.

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Thank you!
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Should have mentioned that Spybot - Search and Destroy has a lot of good tools and can lock your home page in IE. It has a lot of options so be sure to read through the information available on how to use the tools/options.

I like the Secure Shredder, which I use to drag and drop the WINDOWS\Temporary Internet Files and ...\TEMP folders into the shredder's window, and then shred as many times as I want. Use it on the directories that my anti-virus programs use to quarantine any viruses. Just make sure there is NOTHING you want to save as it's gone once shredded.

Please leave some feedback if this helps solve your problem(s). It helps to know if we are on the right track.

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Thank you very much I used several of the programs and one of them seemed to have fixed the problem..thanks again
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