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HINTS AND TIPS FOR MALWARE AND SPYWARE
BROWSING THE WEB SHOULD BE FUN AND WORRY-FREE

Does your internet browser seem to have a mind of its own?  If so, it's more than likely you have visited a site that used some trickery to change your browser's settings. What can you do about it? Well, you can start by reading this article. It may be of help in trying to solve your problem. I would also sugest installing this protection software named Ad-Awere.

THE HOSTS FILE

If you're getting redirects and/or pop-up chains from some of your favourite sites than your windows hosts have been changed with you even knowing it. Before DNS servers came along, domain name translation was done through the HOSTS file on your PC. The hosts file listed, line by line, Internet domain names and their associated IP numbers. The DNS server system came along and eliminated much of the need for HOSTS files.
Most PC's still have a HOSTS file, and many scumware scripts take advantage of the fact by adding entries to the HOSTS file that cause normal surfing of popular sites to be redirected at their will. You can completely remove the HOSTS file or you can edit it. In Windows 95/98/ME, it is located in the "c:\windows" directory. In Windows NT/2000 it is in the "c:\winnt\system32\drivers\etc" directory. In WIndows XP, it can be found in the "c:\windows\system32\drivers" directory. You can view the file by opening it with any text viewer/editor, ie. Notepad.
An uninfected HOSTS file usually has only one entry in it. It will look like this:
127.0.0.1 localhost
If your HOSTS file shows any other IP addresses other than 127.0.0.1, something has altered it. Unless you recognize the information in the file, it's best to remove all lines except for the one above and save it. Once you do this you should be able to reach any site as normal.

DO YOU THINK YOUR COMPUTER IS INFECTED WITH A SPYWARE OR ADWARE?

There are alot of good online scanners that may be able to tell if your computer is infected by malware and they can be used in your attempt to spot the problem and solve it. Here's an online adware/spyware scanner.

Most viruses and malware today are created to target Internet Explorer users so you could try to use a different browser like Mozzila Firefox. It's free and it has alot of features like an integrated pop-up blocker and google search. You may also want to use this free spyware removal tool from Microsoft. It's still beta but they keep imporving it. More information from Microsoft is also availible. You can even watch a video about how to protect your computer from spyware.

THE END

The environment created by scumware, spyware, browser hijackers and malicious scripts can make anyone afraid of that next mouse click. I manually review every single gallery link that gets listed on my site and at moment they go online they are all clean (virus free, scam free, scumware free). But after that moment some webmasters or hosting companies think it's a smart thing to alter their page so that it no longer complies with my rules. It's impossible for me to spot every link that is changed after being posted even with multiple reviews. On top of that, there are some webmasters that set their tricks to only happen to every 4th, 5th, 10th, etc, surfer. That makes it even harder for me to find those cheaters. Please let me know if you get any on one of my daily gallery listing. Thanks