I am having an issue similar to others on the forums with google search redirects however, unlike the others, the issue in not on my machines. I will try to explain a bit... My default search provider on each of my machines is set to Google.com. However, any search entered into the address bar is redirected to searchassist.com which is of course a part of Ask.com. This behavior only occurs while connected to my cable ISP and not on my Verizon 3G. I have a couple of Google searches bookmarked on my laptop and can access them perfectly while on my 3G connection. When I get home and try to access them on my cable account, I am blocked from viewing them. It is a valid URL as proven by access on Verizon but blocked on the cable connection. I have set my router to use Google's DNS of 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168 but searches are still redirected. I have been in contact with my ISP and they have recreated these results by way of setting their browser to use the same DNS server that my area uses. In short, they admit that this is in fact an issue with their server and not my machine. Now for my actual question... The redirects happen very quickly but sometimes I can see 'google' flash in my address bar before landing on searchassist.com. Is there a way to log these redirects as they happen? I feel such information would be valuable to figuring out exactly why this is happening and make it easier to track down. At this point my ISP seems clueless as to the cause. I might add: a utility to track and log the redirects can be either Windows or Linux (Ubuntu) based as I have access to both.