Hi Joe, looks like your browser has been already hijacked by this mal-ware you speak about which changed your home page. Give me a bit to research it and I'll post back later.
OK, looks like it's a SmitFraud variant, nasty piece of work. Download SmitFraudFix
, this is a standalone application so no installation is needed and follow the instructions. If it doesn't help, there are other ways to deal with this.
Oh, download, install and update SpywareGuard Full 2.2
, this will 'lock' your homepage to whatever you want after you clean the crap out and will give you a popup if/when something wants to change it. Woirks very well. The above are free/donationware. Good luck.
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on Fri Jul 06, 2007 5:15 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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