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I have a redirect Google search virus or malware that started on March 21, 2012 that MalwareBytes is not detected. I have updated to

Have you guys heard of any new malware/ virus/ that successfully is undetected. I have also run AVG anti-virus with no success. Both IE and Firefox latest versions infected.

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I ran into the same problem on the same day. Since then I have run all kinds of scans, several different virus and malware removal tools (McAfee, Malwarebytes, Kaspersky, Windows Defender, Symantec, TDSSkiller)and still have the issue. I tried system restore and ran updates and and scans and still have the issue. One thing I noticed: If I select a link from a search request the browser gets redirected to another site. If I then use the browser's back button to go back to the search results page and click the same link again the browser will then go to the correct site.

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The tdsskiller program from Kaspersky did seem to help temporarily but the malware has probably reinstalled itself. So tdsskiller did remove something that all other anti-virus programs did not find. And browser was not get redirected for about 30 minutes. Then it started again. Yeah, I am a paying customer.

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