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markainstone

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Good Evening,
My father-in-laws computer runs a dial-up connection which has recently started kicking users out of secure sites. The security settings appear to be alright and recent virus scans have been negative.
Any suggestions
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Mile Runner

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having the exact same issue. my computer is denying me accsess to any secure site. it gives me a error redirector like some malware gives but i have not found any malware, and since ive been in geek you i have learned to read HJT logs and i dont see anything in my own logs that appears to be malious. i too whould apricate some help
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having the exact same issue. my computer is denying me accsess to any secure site. it gives me a error redirector like some malware gives but i have not found any malware, and since ive been in geek you i have learned to read HJT logs and i dont see anything in my own logs that appears to be malious. i too whould apricate some help


I can assure you that after one day in GeekU, you have *not* learned to completely read HijackThis logs. :tazz: That's not even possible, trust me. I've been at this a LONG time.

You need to start a thread of your own to get help with this problem. Even though it's the same type of problem...everyone's systems and programs/files are different, therefore no two sets of instructions are ever exactly the same. It's also in the board rules to start your own topic for your own problem. :)
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Hi Mark. YOu can check my sig. for instructions on how to download a hijack this log. Once you complete the preliminary steps, post a log here and I'll check it out. :tazz:
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