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Every time I try to go to the google website it redirects me to this page: http://search.bearshare.com/web?src=derr&v=0&q=google     How can this be fixed?
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by:daddyzcandy
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Hello thank you
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It sounds like you have a virus.

First, do you have a password on your router?  If not, I'm guessing you have the "google redirect" virus infecting your router and probably the PC as well.

You need to disinfect your PC and reset your router.

Here is another thread where this is discussed at length:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Virus_and_Spyware/Anti-Virus/Q_26864096.html?sfQueryTermInfo=1+10+30+googl+redirect+sjklein42
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by:UserProto
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Bearshare is considered spyware and can cause problems with your computer. Below are the steps you can take to remove Bearshare search engine from your computer.


   1. Use spyware cleaner. The easiest way to remove Bearshare Search Engine from your computer is by using a good Antispyware removal tool. There are a lot of free good Antispyware cleaners on the Internet to remove Bearshare search engine. Antispyware software such as Spyware Cease, Super Antispyware or Revo Uninstaller.

   2. Run scans. Once you have the Antispyware downloaded make sure it is updated and run a scan. Remove Bearshare search engine infections.

   3. Restart your PC. When your PC comes back up run another scan. You need to run a second scan to be sure every trace of the Bearshare search engine is removed.

   4. You can remove Bearshare search engine manually, but it is not recommended. If you do not do this correctly you can damage your computer.
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by:Tonypeswani
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Seems to an an virus in the PC,Please have the PC scanned and let me know if it works or Not.

Thank you.
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by:XLITS
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download and install malwarebytes and hitmanpro.  You will find both these free tools will fix your problem.  You can get them at http://www.malwarebytes.org and http://www.surfright.nl/en/hitmanpro.  Install them, update them and do a quick scan with malwarebytes and the same with hitmanpro.  They are both very fast and effective anti-malware tools.

And most definately uninstall bearshare, you will never be free of viruses and malware if you have this running on your pc (the same goes for any file sharing software).

Good luck.
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