My frustration level has reached its’ limit. I have lost count on how long I have been infected with this nasty bug, but it’s been a long time. I’ve run almost every scan to try to get rid of it to no avail. To reiterate I am infected with the search engine result hijacks/redirects. Meaning I’ll search for something in a search engine like Bing or Google and when I go to click the link it redirects me to a whole other site that has nothing to do with the intended site I was trying to enter. I don’t really know what infection it is mainly because I’ve read where it’s described as a virus, malware, spyware, etc. So I’ve never really taken a hold of what exactly it is. I have been able to document the sites, they are: feed.bizzclick.com, click.scour, get answers fast, gimme answers, search fast results, happili, admarketplace.net. Quite a few as you can tell. I’ve learned to deal with it, for example if I search something and click the link immediately I won’t be redirected, but if I wait more than two seconds then I’ll be redirected. Another one is when I have the results I’ll hover the cursor over the link and the url address will show up at the bottom, once I click and hold the link the url address will then change to mainly feed.bizzclick.com or another mainly composed of numbers. I’ll then drag the link a little bit and let it fall back so as to not actually enter the site, then when I would hover over it the link would have permanently changed, so it’s longer what it originally was but the hijack site. All the other result links are fine and I can click them without being redirected, seems it only affects one link. So as you see I’ve learned to deal with it, but I don’t want that, I want to permanently get rid of it. Like I stated I have ran many scans in attempts to get rid of it. I’ve also read instructions on how to manually get rid of it, I’m somewhat advanced when it comes to working with computers, but not enough where I can comfortably mess with the registry or anything dealing with the OS for that matter. I’ve run MalwareBytes, SuperAntiSpyware, Avast anti-virus, CCleaner, Hitman pro, Norton Power Eraser, and TDSKiller. They were unable to successfully remove the bug. I’ve also tried to run Spyware Doctor, Spybot, Ad Aware, Hijackthis, and Bitdefender. I was unable to use these programs because I had difficulty and/or problems installing them. One problem was that they were unable to connect to the internet, I have an internet connection but some programs fail to connect to it. I was able to install Hijackthis, but it told me to copy and paste the program to the hard drive in order to successfully use it right which threw me off a bit, I then read statements while researching that said to cautionary use that program and under the orders of pros because it could cause some problems so I uninstalled it and decided to use it when told to. I ran SuperAntiSpyware in safe mode and it found over 100 infections, to which I successfully removed, was hoping that the hijack bug was in there but to my disappointment it wasn’t. I apologize if the post is a bit long, but I really wanted to be thorough and specific in my description of my problem. Really hoping someone can help me to finally get rid of it. By the way my default browser is the lastest version of Firefox and all my add-ons are up to date, I only have one’s that I need, i.e. flash, Java. I don’t use IE, pretty much ignore it, used a dummy proxy on it. The proxy server is directed to 0.0.0.0 and port 80. Nothing is updated on it, hopefully that isn’t a liability or the origins of the problems. If you have further questions or requests feel free to ask, I’ll be patiently waiting.