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Scholar

ninehp

The browser on one of my machines suddenly starting defaulting to minehp

 

I contacted support and a technician reset the default settings and did other things. For a few days all was ok but the problem has reappeared and even spread to edge, which I never use. Since I never visit at risk web sites I assume there must be something resident on the machine, even though a scan shows up nothing.

 

I have just spent an hour waiting for chat to respond, but no luck.

 

Please advise

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Superuser

Re: ninehp

My suggestion would be to try ADWCleaner:

 

https://www.malwarebytes.com/adwcleaner/

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Superuser

Re: ninehp

My suggestion would be to try ADWCleaner:

 

https://www.malwarebytes.com/adwcleaner/

Scholar

Re: ninehp

Thanks. Do you kn ow if the product can be trusted?

 

Rgds,

 

Brian

Superuser

Re: ninehp

In what way?

Scholar

Re: ninehp

It's just my natural mistrust of freeware, which often comes at a hidden price in the form of malwaure. Have you used this product yourself. please?

Superuser

Re: ninehp

It's part of Malwarebytes, which is a trusted malware scanner and remover.

Scholar

Re: ninehp

Great. Thanks very much.