Spywareguard, Does it give hijack info?

Discussion in 'SpywareBlaster & Other Forum' started by Macohead, May 11, 2005.

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  1. Macohead

    Macohead Registered Member

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    Hello,

    I am having the most frustrating problem ever, I have tried EVERY spyware/adware/hijack software out there and nothing solves my problem, only spyware even recognizes there is a problem...

    Everytime I change my homepage something on my computer resets it to: http://www.nf.rr.com ... I've even changed the value in the registry...but it keeps coming back!!

    Spywareguard keeps telling me that my IE homepage has been changed, but as soon as I click "Restore Old Value" it just pops up again instantly with the same warning!! Is there any way to tell what program is doing this to my computer so I can delete it?!?!

    Thanks for any help or adivce...


    Cheers,
    Mike
     
  2. LowWaterMark

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    Well, those alerts are a likely sign that your system has a hijacker or some other spyware embedded on it. If it is a spyware / hijacker infection then the usual advice is to get a detailed spyware analysis performed at a forum that provides that service. See the left side of this page for a list of forums, many of which have spyware / hijack analysis services.

    http://a-sap.info/

    I'm afraid we don't do in-depth spyware cleaning reviews here anymore, but many of the forums listed there do.
     
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