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  1. Hello Shadowwar, Thank you for the explanation. I am now 99% sure that it is S¨pywareBlaster which is locking my IE10 homepage. So I'll have it added to the ignore list. Thanks again!
  2. Potentially Unwanted Malware detected controlling IE10's homepage. In deliberation with GeeksToGo was concluded that this is most likely a false positive caused by one of my security programs like OnlineArmor or WinPatrol. The following link is a reference to the topic on the forum of GeeksToGo that discusses whether this could truly be malware, I hope this helps: http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/topic/332496-pumhijackhomepagecontrol-false-is-this-a-false-positive-caused-by/ Here is the MBAM log: Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 1.75.0.1300 www.malwarebytes.org Databaseversie: v2013.08.21.05
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