What has happen to google.com? Is anyone having issues too?
Is it just me, or has everyones Google.com been hijacked? If I click on a link that I searched it goes to some spam crap, but if I copy the link right off of the google search and put it in the window its the right one.. whats happening???
That is a new one on me. If this happened to me, the first two things I would do is reboot and run my virus stuff, not necessarily in that order.
Also, I would check for "not" Google links to see what happens. If I were still going elsewhere, then it wouldn't be a Google problem.
Troubleshooting is part of computing. Knowing how to define the problem helps you to get out the jam you are in.
In your case, I know this isn't particularly helpful. So, I'd love to know how you fixed the problem.
Ok here is what it was, its called fast browser, it hacks your comptuer so you cant do and get the right pages from a search. I emailed my PC DOC, he sent me a combo fix via my email and I ran it, and it did get rid of it. ONCE I saw what the hack was called I did a search and saw there is a few youtube videos telling you how to get rid of it.. CHEERS!! HOPE IT DOES NOT HAPPEN TO YOU! I am so careful too, not sure how or why it happen!! UGH.. Cheers
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