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    Lightbulb Problem with loading a page using Google chrome

    When this malicious extension is installed in the system, and you’ll try to load a web page with Chrome, you will see an “Unable to connect to the proxy server”. Apart from this unwanted proxy change, when infected with this malicious code or program, other common
    Symptoms include:
    When you are visiting web pages advertising banners are also opened.
    Popup appear which s***ested fake updates and restore or other software.
    Web page text is turned into hyperlinks.
    Unwanted programs might get installed without the users know how!!
    You should always pay attention while installing software because generally, a software installer covers alternative installs. So careful what you agree to install. Always preferred custom installation and deselect or let go anything which is not familiar, specifically optional software that you never desired to download and install in the first place.
    FIX THE PROBLEM
    SOLUTION
    Launch your chrome browser.
    Click on the menu bar after that click on the setting
    Scroll down to Show advanced setting, click on it and again scroll down to the Networks
    Click on the Change Proxy Setting button, a new window would pop up.
    Click on LAN settings. A new window appears check mark the Automatic detect Setting check box
    Click ok and close both windows.

    2ND SOLUTION
    Resolved it finally by running the following:
    *. Enter “CMD” and right click CMD.exe and selected run as administrator:
    2. Once in dialog box, after cursor: netsh winsock reset.
    *. Ran combofix.exe
    4. So far, everything is back to normal at the moment!
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    great solution guys. really worked well for me. Been having similar problems with loading my google page. All sorted now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hidemyip* View Post

    Resolved it finally by running the following:
    *. Enter “CMD̶*; and right click CMD.exe and selected run as administrator:
    2. Once in dialog box, after cursor: netsh winsock reset.
    *. Ran combofix.exe
    4. So far, everything is back to normal at the moment!
    Really nice solution. Thanks
    Last edited by horseshoesalien; 10-15-2016 at 08:34 AM.

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    This is really helpful, thanks for sharing.

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