Websites redirecting or not loading

Today our offices cannot access google.com or use the search engine.  When we try the url google.com, we are redirected to http://google.com/Zm9yY2VTUg.  Also when we try to access msn.com we are redirected to http://tracking.bodis.com/ which gives a message "We currently don't have any sponsors for this domain name."  These redirects happen using internet explorer, chrome and firefox browsers.

Note: I ran a virus/spyware scan using Symantec Endpoint and Malwarebytes, but nothing was detected.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.
tashmoreAsked:
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strungCommented:
Check to see what DNS servers are being used in your network control panel and make sure they are either your ISP's or publics one like Google's 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4.

You could also try entering the Google DNS's manually.

If this is happening on all your machines and you don't have a virus, it sounds like the problem is either in your internal network, in your router, or at your ISP's DNS servers.

How do you connect to the internet, and what provides your computers with their DHCP address? If they are getting it from your own server, I would suspect a virus on the server, or your router may have been compromised.
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tashmoreAuthor Commented:
Yes, the problem is happening on all machines and I don't detect any viruses.  We connect to the internet through our DNS server (which shows no virus).  The DNS server uses forwarders to our ISP providers DNS servers.   When I manually set the DNS (8.8.8.8) on my local pc the webpages such as google.com work fine, and do not redirect.
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strungCommented:
Sounds like there is a problem on your DNS server, or that of your ISP.

You can eliminate your ISP's servers from the equation by putting them in manually on one of your computers. If DNS works, then it is not your ISP's problem and must be your DNS server. If DNS doesn't work when you specify your ISP's servers directly in the network control panel of your workstation then the problem is the ISP's and you should take it up with them.
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tashmoreAuthor Commented:
I placed a trouble ticket with our ISP.  Just to clarify, is it possible for the ISP provider's DNS to cause redirecting?
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strungCommented:
Yes it is. But you can check whether the problem is with your DNS server or the ISP's by following the process in m last post.
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