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After deleting all cookies and temporary Internet files in Internet Explorer how do you stop an unscrupulous website from redirecting one of your bookmarked sites?


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2006-09-19 23:33:06
2006-09-19 23:33:06

You can't, but it's not your computer's fault -- it's the fault of the Web site itself. It's being hacked from the outside to redirect automatically all of its users to the "unscrupulous" site. I suggest you stop going to that site. It will eventually notice the error and fix it.

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C:\users\username\App Data\local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary internet Files


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