it started when i downloaded a cracked keygen and it looked suspicious but i let my guard down and downloaded it anyways because i had just downloaded a keygen for photoshop cs5 and it worked with no problems. so i decided to try and get one for after effects and premiere pro. i downloaded it and all hell broke loose. i keep getting redirected in firefox every once in a while, but in ie it does it everytime. when i was running gmer my computer dumped/crashed a couple of times, i have run mbam several times and received different logs too. any help would be greatly appreciated. thank you for taking your time to help me. Kenny G

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it started when i downloaded a cracked keygen and it looked suspicious but i let my guard down and downloaded it anyways because i had just downloaded a keygen for photoshop cs5 and it worked with no problems..... any help would be greatly appreciated. thank you for taking your time to help me. Kenny G

Hi Kenny,

It sounds to me like you have been bitten by one of the newer TDSS Rootkit variants.

In cases such as yours, we generally recommend that you contact the support staff of the site you download your cracks and keygens from for removal assistance.
Our volunteers tend not to get involved with these cases.

Best Luck :)
PP

dang that really sucks because i have no idea what the site was :(, but any help with this will be greatly appreciated. Thank You, Kenny. Here is actually a other log that was ran before i went in and deleted alot of registry keys and files

well if theres no easy fix to this, would backing up my files and running a kill disk work?

i have run mbam again and nothing has popped up, i did have this on the 29th when it all started but it was deleted (see below) and today i ran rootkitrevealer and got this (see below)

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