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Run scan but still have e.eablink virus.. adaware can't find it. Here is the URL

 

https://r.eablink.com/?key=a982cfabb5482be54a4d3a52b21940d7&cuid=US&u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.pizzahut.com%2F

My AVC will block it but want to remove all of it. 

Thanks, 

Jeff

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Thanks, not easy to find anything malicious in the logs.
When did the problem with r.eablink start, e.g. when you installed FonePaw Screen Recorder on August 29 or before that?
Do you notice r.eablink in all three browsers?
Please attach a screen shot of r.eablink.

I can see that you installed the add-on Honey in Chrome August 27. It seems to be questionable: https://www.systemlookup.com/FF_Extensions/3662-jid1_93CWPmRbVPjRQA_jetpack_xpi.html

 

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Java 8 Update 51 (HKLM-x32\...\{26A24AE4-039D-4CA4-87B4-2F83218051F0}) (Version: 8.0.510 - Oracle Corporation)

The above is a very old Java version with many known vulnerabilities, please uninstall it. If you really need to have Java installed, it's important to always have the latest version.

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Deleted Honey....Deleted Java.  Still have problem. Only seems to work on Chrome. Attached is screen shot. Seems to target Amazon most of the time but not always. Will even redirect from icons in Facebook & Pizzahut too       r.eablink.jpg.6badfc959cfd02cc017cc7a5864d5366.jpg

 

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Try to reset Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/3296214

Note, it's possible that nothing is wrong in your computer and it might be a false positive from AVG or that the web sites (or ads on the pages) where it occurs really are infected and the message is needed to protect you from a phishing attempt. Please see this AVG topic: https://support.avg.com/answers?id=9060N000000PgujQAC

 

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Hello! You can try to change default search engine and reset browser's settings. Do such actions in Chrome browser Menu->Settings-> Search engine or open an address chrome://settings/search , select Google or another search engine as default.

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Go to Advanced settings and choose tab "Restore and clean up" and do "Restore settings to their original defaults"

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If the same Phishing warning will appear again we'll try to find a service that makes changes to Chrome.

 

 

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