us have home pages that we go to when we start-up
Internet Explorer or Firefox for the first time of the day.
Sometimes we find that this home page was high-jacked by
malicious software that re-directs the browser to a
totally different page. Nine times out of ten, the
page you are being directed to is what caused your
browser to be high-jacked in the first place.
Although this problem can be truly aggravating,
there is a quick fix that I can do for you if I see
that it is not due to a virus.
The fee for this service is
and is worth it’s weight in gold to conquer this
In most cases, a high-jacked browser can also mean
that a virus has taken control of your PC. This will
require a complete virus removal. I can
evaluate the problem and advise you
what will need to be done to fix it.
See the “Virus
Removal” tab for the service description and fees.