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    Your Software May Be Out of Date

    I can't get rid of this malware. I went to a website on how to remove it and followed all the instructions. I used safe mode, rkill.com, and malwarebytes. I've still got the problem. I couldn't find anything in the suggested registry keys. It opens a new tab in my browsers.

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    Did you reset your browser settings or, at least, check your existing ad-ons?
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    Restore points to prior getting this may help.

    I don't know if you used the following web site, but it suggests using other removal tools that you haven't mentioned as well as to programs to look out for to uninstall.

    http://www.fixyourbrowser.com/remova...e-out-of-date/
    Last edited by Sudo15; 2014-03-19 at 04:22.

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    Last edited by CLiNT; 2014-03-19 at 12:41.
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    Yes. Didn't do any good.

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    I think you will need to find a forum that has security experts who can disinfect your system.

    One that I know of is forum.webuser.co.uk but satrow mentioned some others in another thread (can't remember which one) and perhaps either he or other members will know of others as they use more robust tools, although the ones that you have already used should have got rid of this infection so you may have picked up something else which is preventing those programs from doing that.

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    Bleeping Computer has a good malware removal forum:
    http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/foru...-removal-logs/

    Jerry

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