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    Question Virus/Bug Issue: i.trkjmp.com/click

    After scanning my HD's with SpyHunter, Malwarebytes, AVG, Tune-up and whatever else I could find, I am still suffering this most annoying bug which is creating a random link in my browser pages (Chrome & IE)

    The html is showing there is a link/bug, which is as followed;

    "<a title="Click to Continue &gt; by Browse to Save"
    id="_GPLITA_1"
    style="text-decoration:underline"
    href="http://i.trkjmp.com/click?v=long-coding"
    in_rurl="http://i.trkjmp.com/click?long-coding"
    in_hdr="1">random word</a>

    Please help of how to remove this thing!!!

    Thanks

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    Hi Joycie,

    Few questions, what OS are you running? Could you put up a screenshot of what/where this link is positioned?

    Couple of suggestions.

    1. Clear your Windows Temp folder (C:\Windows\Temp)
    2. Clear your users Temp Folder (click start, Run and type %username%)
    3. Check your startup folder for anything strange
    3.1. Open Start > Run > type msconfig and press enter > navigate to startup tab and check for anything strange (upload screenshots if unsure with the programs location showing).
    3.2 NOTE: ***Only use this if confident with your computers registry***
    Open Start > Run > type regedit > Navigate to HKEY LOCAL MACHINE > Software > Microsoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > Run
    Check this for anything suspicious (Do not delete if unsure!)
    4. Check your system app data for suspicious folders/exe's (location depends on your OS
    5. Cleare your Temporary Internet Files/Cache (easiest to do through your browsers settings).

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    You should be able to get rid of it with the following:
    IE:
    you need to open Internet Explorer->Tools->Manage Addons->Disable i.trkjmp.com/crossdomain.xml related addons or disable all unverified addons.

    FF:
    you need to open your Mozilla Firefox->Tools->Add-ons->Extensions->Find i.trkjmp.com/crossdomain.xml related extensions or disable all unverified extensions.

    Chrome:
    you need to open your Google Chrome->Wrench Icon->Tools->Extensions->Unclick the Enabled to disable i.trkjmp.com/crossdomain.xml Extension and then click the Bin button to remove it. (The extension could be called 'save as')

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    Thank you Exodus_AU!

    It seems the issue has been cleared after multiple scans with different virus scans...it probably has picked up on it eventually - though, I will copy and save your note just in case ;-)

    Thanks again!
    Last edited by Joycie; 01-04-2013 at 09:24 AM.

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    Great news! all the best that it stays away!

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    Yep, fingers crossed


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