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    Need urgent help with my browser

    Guys i need help in fixing this problem, its with google, youtube, hotmail and all search engines plus i can not sign in to google, youtube or Hotmail.

    Any thoughts
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    You must have a virus man.

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    It could be or something simple
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    Have you checked your cookie/cache settings to make sure they are saving properly? if they are, then best do a virus scan incase you have a backdoor trojan which is stealing the your log in data.

    edit. also forgot to ask what browser are you using?
    Last edited by Chille; 04-07-2012 at 15:04.



    Thank you itachi

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    Try installing FireFox or Google Chrome. Does the error occur when using different browsers?

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    If you’ve tried other browsers and/or you’re getting redirected from where you think you should be navigating, that’s most definitely an indicator of a virus like Rootkit.WIN32.TDSS

    I’d start with Malwarebytes then maybe CCleaner, and/or check this out:

    http://support.kaspersky.com/viruses...xzpisaxnslfkxk
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    tried all of the above and still nothing

    Invalid Server Certificate
    You attempted to reach www.google.co.uk, but the server presented an invalid certificate.

    You cannot proceed because the website operator has requested heightened security for this domain.
    Its this i do not get


    Website security indicators



    When you connect to a website, Google Chrome can show you details about your connection and alert you if it’s unable to establish a fully secure connection with the site. Learn about Google Chrome's security settings.
    See if the site is using a secure connection (SSL)

    If you’re entering sensitive personal information on a page, look for a lock icon to the left of the site’s URL in the address bar to see if the site uses SSL. SSL is a protocol that provides an encrypted tunnel between your computer and the site you’re viewing. Sites can use SSL to prevent third parties from interfering with the information traveling through the tunnel.
    Icon What it means
    The site isn't using SSL. Most sites don’t need to use SSL because they don’t handle sensitive information. Avoid entering sensitive information, such as usernames and passwords, on the page.
    Google Chrome has successfully established a secure connection with the site.Look for this icon and make sure the URL has the correct domain, if you’re required to log in to the site or enter sensitive information on the page.

    If a site uses an Extended Validation SSL (EV-SSL) certificate, the organization's name also appears next to the icon in green text. Make sure the browser is set to check for server certification revocation to identify sites with EV-SSL certificates.
    The site uses SSL, but Google Chrome has detected insecure content on the page. Be careful if you’re entering sensitive information on this page. Insecure content can provide a loophole for someone to change the look of the page.
    The site uses SSL, but Google Chrome has detected either high-risk insecure content on the page or problems with the site’s certificate. Don’t enter sensitive information on this page. Invalid certificate or other serious https issues could indicate that someone is attempting to tamper with your connection to the site.
    SSL warning messages

    You might get a warning message when Chrome detects the site you're visiting might be harmful to your computer.
    Warning message What it means
    This is probably not the site you are looking for! This message appears when the URL listed in the site's certificate doesn't match the site's actual URL. The site you're trying to visit may be pretending to be another site.Learn more about this warning
    The site's security certificate is not trusted! This message appears if the certificate wasn't issued by a recognized third-party organization. Since anyone can create a certificate, Google Chrome checks to see whether a site's certificate came from a trusted organization. Learn more about this warning
    The site's security certificate has expired!
    or
    The server's security certificate is not yet valid!
    These messages appear if the site's certificate is not up-to-date. Therefore, Google Chrome can't verify that the site is secure.
    The server's security certificate is revoked! This message appears if the third-party organization that issued the site's certificate has marked the certificate as invalid. Therefore, Google Chrome can't verify that the site is secure.
    See more details about the site

    Click the icon or the lock icon to see even more details about the site’s identity, your connection, and your visit history for the site.
    Site identity

    Sites using SSL present security certificates to the browser to verify their identity. Anyone can set up a website pretending to be another site, but only the real site possesses a valid security certificate for the URL you’re trying to reach. Invalid certificates could indicate that someone is attempting to tamper with your connection to the site.
    Icon What it means
    The site’s certificate is valid and its identity has been verified by a trusted third-party authority.
    The site has not provided the browser with a certificate. This is normal for regular HTTP sites (look for the icon in the address bar), because certificates are usually provided only if the site uses SSL.
    Google Chrome has detected problems with the site’s certificate. You should proceed with caution because the site may be pretending to be another site in order to trick you into sharing personal or other sensitive information with them.
    Your connection to the site

    Google Chrome lets you know whether your connection is fully encrypted. If your connection is insecure, third parties might be able to view or tamper with the information you provide on the site.
    Icon What it means
    Google Chrome has successfully established a secure connection with the site you’re viewing.
    Your connection to the site is not encrypted. This is normal for regular HTTP sites (look for the icon in the address bar).
    Your connection to the site is encrypted, but Google Chrome has detected mixed content on the page. Be careful if you’re entering information on this page. Mixed content can provide a loophole for someone to manipulate the page. This content could be third-party images or ads embedded on the page.
    Your connection to the site is encrypted, but Google Chrome has detected mixed scripting on the page. Be careful if you’re entering personal information on this page. Mixed scripting can provide a loophole for someone to take over the page. This content could be third-party scripts or videos embedded on the page.

    If you’re connected to the Internet via a public wireless network, mixed scripting is especially risky because wireless networks are easier to tamper with than wired networks.
    Visit history

    This will show if you've ever visited the site before. However, if you've cleared cache and cookies, the visited history is also cleared
    Icon What it means
    You’ve visited the site before, so chances are you trust this site.
    You've never visited this site before. This message is normal if you know this is true. However, if the site looks familiar and you didn’t clear your browsing history recently, it may be pretending to be another site. Please proceed with caution.


    These are the options that i have, but still not good outcome to my problem

    Merged your double post for you.

    Chille
    Last edited by Chille; 04-07-2012 at 22:50.
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    Sounds like the "google redirect" virus Someone else had it a couple of weeks ago and managed to clean it using "combo fix"

    http://www.psu.com/forums/showthread...=1#post5773018

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    Mate thanks i will try that out

    And thank you all for your suggestions and hope for more
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    Download the free 60 day trial of bull guard it'll instantly destroy anything if its on your computer. Just to be safe.

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