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I have a virus which continually brings up Internet Explorer and keeps starting new tabs. I don't even use Explorer, I use Firefox, but it just keeps opening explorer while I am using my computer. The internet pages frequently say "SEABEE" and I don't know if that is important, but it just seems odd. I believe that it is a malware and that it could originate from the isass.exe files or rundll32 files that I see on my hijackthis logfile. Can anyone recommend a solution to this problem? What files should I get rid of? I am not a very computer savvy person, so please any advice would be appreciated.

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Hello hanak27 ,Welcome to Malwarebytes Forum

There seems to be no items that refer to SEABEE that I can find -

You also seem to have some Redirect infection that woukd be best handled by our experts - Please follow these instructions -

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