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You do not mention which browser you have but if you have more than 1 browser do the following for all of them.
Right click on the browser shortcut (usually on your Desktop) and then select Properties. On the Shortcut tab in the Target box you should only have the browsers path, delete any text which comes after the .exe part then click OK.
Next you should reset your browser as follows.
For Firefox click Help > Troubleshooting Information then click Reset Firefox
For Internet Explorer click Tools > Internet Options, click the Advanced tab then click Reset, put a check in Delete personal settings and click Reset.
For Chrome click Tools > click Settings.
Once you have done that you should run a scan with an up to date anti-malware program to make sure there are no other infected files, if you do not have one I would recommend the free version of MBAM http://www.malwarebytes.org/products/malwarebytes_free/
Posted on Oct 18, 2013
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