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995 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Aug 2, 2008 10:49 AM by Mulder
Sounds like you have a Trojan Horse. To check for that and remove it if it's there, you need to download and run DNSChanger Removal Tool (this is a direct download link, so it will start immediately).
After it removes it, reboot your Mac and your web surfing should be back to normal. To avoid getting it, don't download anything that purports to be a codec (as this is claimed to be on various *********** sites) unless it's from a known, trusted source such as Apple or some other codec developer.
MulderiMac G4 1.35 Ghz, Mac OS X (10.4.11)