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post #1 of 6
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My dad uses Internet explorer daily and within the last day or so he has noticed that clicking on images brings him to a redirect page. My first thoughts were that his computer was infected, after doing scans with various different malware/anti virus software we found nothing. I used google chrome and have done for years now but i still have internet explorer installed, i quickly booted it up to find im having the same issue. I have NO viruses so im 100% its not one.

Read a few different things on google from being a Google safety feature to Google collecting information of some sort. Any help would be much appreciated!

Ben
post #2 of 6
why not switch him over to firefox or chrome? tongue.gif

OT: im sorry i cant help you, i have used chrome and firefox since i installed them.
post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 
He likes internet explorer.
post #4 of 6
Thread Starter 
Someone must be able to help?
post #5 of 6
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Originally Posted by Benzh View Post

Someone must be able to help?

You might need to explain the fault a little more as it sounds a bit ambiguous.
  • What does the redirect page look like?
  • Where does it redirect you to?
  • Where are you are you seeing these images? which sites (if specific) and which images (if specific)?
  • Does this happen in any other browsers?


From first glance, it sounds like it's a harmless ISP "feature" - but if that's the case then I'd expect this to happen on all browsers.
post #6 of 6
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1:


2: It does not redirect you to anyone. Its not so much a problem just an annoyance as it has only just started.

3: Google.com image. Search anything, click on an image and you get that notice.

4: No just IE.
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