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found it on my sisters computer as the home page changed it back to default rebooted and was there again.
found a suspicious program running rdminer.exe, deleted it and problem solved.
just posting this for anyone else that comes across this issue.

i dont have the time to register to this forum and post it
http://www.pchelpforum.com/progress-...er-hijack.html
his computer has the same program running on it.
heres the file if anyone has the tools to play with it.
http://www.filedropper.com/rdminer
oh and dont copy the raw exe or it will execute and reinfect the computer
Edited by redhat_ownage - 3/30/11 at 5:39am
post #2 of 6
often when you get a trojan like that, it can cause bigger problems
they sometimes leave other files in windows or system32 folder that can unzip themselves or overwrite registry entries and run at startup or whenever

glad you caught it, run spybot and a virus scanner to make sure you cleaned up all of it
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yea i found a few other programs that might be linked to it and got rid of them too.
i just finished running malwarebytes and got a clean bill of health, im going to sleep now.
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i stopped the process and deleted the rdminer.exe file but it still keeps coming back after every restart....plz help!!!
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kill the process rdminer.exe

start -> run/search -> msconfig [enter]
startup tab,
uncheck everything from startup

hold left shift while windows is booting
keep it held until all hdd activity stops and your desktop is visable

start -> run/search -> msconfig [enter]
startup tab,
whatever is checked again is the problem
find its location and delete it

rince/repeat til the problem is solved
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