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Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Burning Hammer, Aug 28, 2015.

  1. Burning Hammer Banned Banned

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    I was using a private window (unintentionally since it wasn't teh pron) and I was reading an article about cars. Well, I went to CMD: ipconfig/displaydns and it just kees repopulating it with spyware/adware sites but I checked and I don't have them. So I am totally confused at why that would be happening. Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. Gandzooka Purple Belt

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    None of that makes any sense.

    1. Why did you suddenly decide to run: ipconfig /displaydns ?

    2. ipconfig /displaydns shows the cache of addresses DNS (domain name system) has been asked to resolve.

    3. DNS resolves name of a website, like sherdog.com, to an ip-address, it has nothing to directly do with spyware and adware. If there is suspicious stuff in cache, then your system has at some point probably tried to connect to one of those. Most likely when you've visited website that has ads on it.

    4. How is this related to CPU?
     
  3. Burning Hammer Banned Banned

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    You're right, and it's not spyware or adware its just weird website names constantly repopulating over and over. One is kecudoraq.cn, getalltogo.com, clickpotato.tv, ebway.it aivira.de etc

    I'm really confused as to why the laptop is showing seemingly unused web domains I've never used. Seems suspicious and I am thinking something might be wrong with it.

    I used CPU in general, like computer issue.

    Edit: Clear history and still happens. This is so weird.

    I also used it to check the domain name of the site for the article I was reading. So I don't get why you're so confused.

    Edit 2: It eventually stops but each time I still get these weird domains. If I do it on another PC it just populates them quickly and is done with it.
     
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  4. Doughbelly αlpha-nerdette, action scientist

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    Well, as it turns out, words mean things.

    When you use words to mean things that mean other things, people who used these words to mean these things get confused because you're using these words to mean those things.
     
  5. BigBoyPeterson White Belt

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    Relax bro.
     
  6. Iroh The Dragon of the West Platinum Member

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    People think it's much more convenient to use words for arbitrary meanings though. Can't we all just make up stuff what we want people to mean when they use words and answer questions in a manner we feel like regardless of how the question is worded or meant? That way it doesn't matter if people use words in questions in the manner the weren't meant to be used.
     
  7. BroITrainUFC Orange Belt

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    Touch it with teh jab
     
  8. MortalWombat Vombatus Sherdoggus

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    Have you tried turning it off and on again?
     
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    Spray it with water.
     
  10. Doughbelly αlpha-nerdette, action scientist

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  11. HARRISON_3 Steel Belt

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    Reported.
     
  12. Gandzooka Purple Belt

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    As I said,those domains most likely host ads. When you visit, say, sherdog.com, you get shown different ads which are on their own server and not on sherdog.com.

    That's why your dns cache is full of those addresses since browser needs their ip-addresses to download and show them to you. This happens almost on every website you visit so that's why there is large number of them.

    If you suspect malware, run antivirus software etc.
     
  13. Hez Banned Banned

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    Computer Noob detected
     
  14. SherdogGoat Platinum & Braco Belt Banned

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    I love it when chicks suck my CPU
     
  15. Burning Hammer Banned Banned

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    Which I have, I just know that the computer I use mainly doesn't do that and no computer I've used before does either. So I found this to be an isolated incident. I haven't found anything online either so I decided to ask.
     
  16. Bebop Brown Belt

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    lol @ cpu. you're screwed
     
  17. SCADA Guest

    Haha...I was going to say the same ting.
     
  18. Winnie The Foo Green Belt

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    This does work. But you have to do it constantly , for like a week. Saved myself $600 because I was able to recover my NIC card settings with a /dnsflush.
     

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