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Does anyone here know anything about Sendori? According to some it is a tool used to correct spelling errors, according to others it is a form of anti-spyware, and according to others it is a homepage hijacker. I believe what I have is the latter as
it has changed my homepage and degraded my browser performance. I have heard that it is undetectable by AVG and I just did a full scan using Windows Security essentials and didn't pick it up. I tried uninstalling through Control Panels - -> Programs and
Features but could not remove it. I am hesitant to use more radical methods to remove it such as deleting executables and .dlls or doing a forced uninstall using Revo Uninstaller as I have heard sometimes if you ARE able to remove it it will change your DNS
settings upon removal. Does anyone have any ideas?
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If that does not help, start here - https://support.microsoftsecurityessentials.com/ and select the link that says - I think my computer is infected. Options will vary by region, but phone support
leads you to Microsoft Answer Desk (http://www.answerdesk.com/) in the US at this time. After an initial free consultation, a fee will be charged for assistance, based on the details
of the case.
You might also try this web site -
http://www.bleepingcomputer.com - contains details for many of the common infections, often immediately after they began to appear in the wild, and instructions are provided for how to remove the infections using their malware removal guides. They also
have forums where you can seek help from people who specialize in malware removal.