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Re: Need help on Spyware
From: "Michael Rundell" <Michael.Rundell () doj ca gov>
Date: Thu, 25 Mar 2004 10:54:23 -0800

If it is when you first start up the IE web browser, you need to go into
the internet tools from within the programs tab, select "Reset Web
Settings."  It will ask you if you wish to also reset your homepage. 
That has worked for me even when the manually change home page option is
grayed out from a browser highjack.

Michael Rundell  
Sacramento 


<bryan_khoo () dynacraft com> Wednesday, March 24, 2004 4:44:38 PM

Hi all,
      I'd encountered some problems with my PC, the Internet Explorer
always get redirected to a page called http://merdeka.hebat.com when I
try
to browse. I've tried to scan with Ad-aware and Spybot and nothing was
found, on top of that I've also do a full system scan with 3 antivirus
software and the out come also tell me that my system is clean from
virus.
What I suspect here is somehow the spyware change my registry and
redirect
me to the page. Can someone help me ??


Rdgs,
Bryan




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