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Couldn't find the page when I was using MS anti spyware (pre - defender that doesn't show you that stuff about IE).

Can't find any reference to it using spybot search and destroy. It shows the local error pages in "windows/system32"

No where can I find a reference to sea.search.msn :(
 

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Nope, not the hosts file. I'm tempted to enter into my host file though and sent it to either 127.0.0.1 or to google's IP or something.
 
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msnsuckmyballs :laugh :laugh

haven' tgot a clue steve, but i'll bump it for ya :)
 

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If I start the address with http I get the standard internal error page, if I leave the http off and just start with www I get the msn page.

I found turning off a seach option in advaced stops it happening. So it doesn't happen now, but I'm still shitty I can't find anything that makes it point to sea.search.msn.com.au :rant
 

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Steve, when I copy the URL in question into Firefox and tried to visit the page I was prompted to save a file to my system. I cancel the operation but firefox reported that I had chosen to download a MS-DOS application to my computer and asked where I wanted to save it. I did not click ok.

Download trojan hunter and see if it finds it.
 

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Del, that was just an example of a non existant site, I made it up I could have typed xwqeamw or something. It's just that msn can suckmyballs
 
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