this is a fun one. One day while surfing, I was directed
to a website, www.descramblerman.com
the next thing I know, every time I use a search engine
and the link isn't active, this is where you usually get
an error message saying page not found, instead I get
redirected to their website. I think they hacked into the
program itself, or reset a registry line. I can't fix
it. I haven't found anything on Microsoft's website to
fix it. I have loaded every update possible to my
system. I can't even figure out how I am suppose to
report to Microsoft this new kind of hacking attack or
vulnerability to their browser software-because basically,
if you want help or an email address, you have to pay
them. I was emailing the wrong part of their corporation
(customer support for their security webpage), who
basically directed me to use their pay-as-you-suffer
program :( okay being a little sarcastic there. Anyways,
as far as I know, they really don't have a site set up to
report hacking incidents or security vulnerabilities, and
I am not about to pay some god awful amount to help them
fix their own problem.
Any geniuses know how to fix this type of problem.
I emailed the website for help, who is now conveniently
blackmailing me, saying they only help paying customers.
so if you're a hacker, contact me, and I will personally
be your friend and perhaps even pay a small reward if you
can bring down their site--www.descramblerman.com
god i wish i had the skills, but I don't, so I can only
Anyways, I have spent hours on this, numerous emails.
The only luck I have had, is finding who registered the
domain, so now at least I can file something against their
corporation. Basically, doing Microsoft's work for them.
I can only imagine what else they did, I am just praying
they didn't steal my cookies, hence, personal identity
information. Now that would really make for a bad day.
alright everyone have fun.
just realize, this could be happening to you