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  1. Hello there. I hope you're able to help me. I've got an issue, when I start Firefox, it opens 2 tabs. 1 is my normal one. The second one is "http://sd-steam.info/" Which is a Russian site of some sort. Annoying little startup. I've tried scanning my laptop with Eset, with JRT, and with HijackThis. Eset didn't find anything, JRT and Hijack both removed the little bugger, but when I rebooted, it returned again. I also resetted Firefox to no avail. Help please
  2. Hello, I am having an issue where a registry value was created and causes my PC to open chrome browser (my default) and opens a pop-up called sd-steam that redirects to some Russian pop-up page. This only happens on a fresh boot and only once. I tracked down the registry edit and attempted to delete it, but it seems to be recreating itself after each reboot. I even tried to edit the entry but it just reverts back to the original value. I ran malwarebytes to locate the problem and it found a pup malware. After attempting to have malwarebytes remove the registry edit, my antivirus (Avira) blocks the edit. I tried disabling my antivirus and reattempting to delete the edit, but no success. Any help at all would be gladly appreciated. Thank you all for your time.
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