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Re: Thema: avast Infektion blockiert, URL:Mal
« Reply #30 on: July 23, 2014, 07:27:25 PM »
Nothing amiss there and I am unable to find any data about a redirect that only uses FF and can survive an uninstall.  The registry key I was looking at was a delta clock programme which synchronises when an event takes place, but generally that is only used for computer research

When you uninstalled FF did you delete all traces including any online backups

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Ich habe nach dem deinstallieren alle Ordner von mozilla gelöscht, das einzige, was ich gesichert habe, waren meine Lesezeichen, die habe ich nach Neuinstallation wieder importiert. Ich habe aber dieselben Lesezeichen bei chrome und IE, da kommt ja keine Warnmeldung von avast.
Ich werde nochmals eine saubere Neuinstallation von Firefox, machen, ohne dieselben Erweiterungen wieder zu installieren.
Ich werde dann berichten, ob die Meldung dann nicht mehr kommt.
After uninstalling Firefox, I've deleted the mozilla folder, did a reboot and installed new. I imported my bookmarks, tha'ts it.
But same bookmarks I'm using @ chrome and IE, so I guess, that isn't the reason for avast's warning.Ok, I guess I uninstall FF again, then doing a clean install without any extension installed, 1st without using my old bookmarks. I will tell here, if my problem isnt fixed then.


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Re: Thema: avast Infektion blockiert, URL:Mal ,
« Reply #32 on: July 24, 2014, 05:18:37 PM »
Thank you

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Hmm...nach Neuinstallation keine Probleme, fing aber wieder an nach importieren der Lesezeichen...

Hmmm... first I had no problem, no warning from avast, but it restarted after I importet my bookmarks.... I wll do a new clean install, and try to surf a while without importing bookmarks...
Still strange, cause I had no extensions or addons installed, only imported my bookmarks, I use same bookmarks @ chrome and IE, no warnings there....
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Re: Thema: avast Infektion blockiert, URL:
« Reply #34 on: July 24, 2014, 07:01:02 PM »
In that case one of the bookmarks is corrupted.  I.e. had a small extension added to it, so in addition to going to the site it also triggers the alert by trying to go to a second site 
Firefox bookmarks are store separately from the other browsers.  Try importing bookmarks from IE or Chrome instead of using the backup

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Gut, momentan funktioniert alles reibungslos, keinerlei Warnmeldungen, danke, essexboy  :)
Okay, atm, all works fine, thank you very much for your help, essexboy, you are the best  :)

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Re: Thema: avast Infektion blockiert, URL:Mal ,
« Reply #37 on: July 25, 2014, 02:34:15 PM »
Sometimes it is the simple things :)

Subject to no further problems   :)

I will remove my tools now and give some recommendations, but, I would like you to run for 24 hours or so and come back if you have any problems 

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Click  Start  then Run.
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In the box copy/paste the following command:

ComboFix  /Uninstall

Note that there is a space between "  ComboFix  " and "  /Uninstall  " .

Then click  OK  (or press  Enter ).
Wait for the uninstall process to complete.

Download and run Delfix




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Danke an dieses hilfreiche avast forum und all seine Mitglieder, ich werde alles ausführen.
Thank you again, essexboy, and thx to this helpfull avast forum and all his members, I will do all you told me to do in your last post, have a great weekend  :)

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