Browser redirected to http://orgeles-hantests.com

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Twice within a week, my browser (Firefox) has been redirected to a presumably malicious site http://orgeles-hantests.com while I was browsing presumably safe sites.  Maximum Security correctly blocked access to the orgeles-hantests site and saved the day.  However, I'd like to fix whatever caused this.  I forced a scan of my computer and Maximum Security found no problems.  Is this likely to be a problem in my computer?  How do I get rid of it?
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crollman

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Posted 3 months ago

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Hello crollman

It seems that you are encountering a website redirection issues. Good thing that you have the Maximum Security on your computer. For this problem to be fix, kindly follow the steps provided in the link below.

Resolving website redirection issues

Let us know if this solves your problem. :)

~ Kaye
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Thank you. 

My browser redirected (and Trend blocked it) again today, so this has happened three times in about 10 days.

I do not see the added string as described in the link you provided.  
The target string is: "C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe"
So it appears that the redirection is caused by something else.

This may have started when I browsed www.pellaofcoloradosprings.com  
This site is not likely intentionally malicious, but I notice that comcast treats email containing its url as spam.  My redirection problem first cropped up while looking at Pella windows at that site.

I performed a 'refresh' of Firefox just now as was recommended elsewhere.
I then downloaded and ran Malwarebytes.  It found nothing.

I'll see if the problem repeats.


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Hi crollman,

Thanks for the update. Though, we do not recommend having 2 antivirus software on your computer both at the same time.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to us! 

Regards,
Pat