Sometimes I find it necessary to use this to rid the system of unwanted files that load. Basically, I remove everything that is not from a recognized Vendor of my installed apps.
One last noteworthy suggestion is in the observation that these types of issues can often be due to the use of "FunWebProducts" or the "MyWebSearch" variants. I imagine there are enough droves of totally ignorant users of these products whose opposition to them being included in Malwarebytes removal process has warranted the coders of MBAM to remove them from their list of default products to be cleaned. You now must go into Settings/Scanner Settings of mbam to make them be selected in the list of things to remove. This can prove to be easy to overlook and on some systems a major pita to select the sheer numbers of them.
Generally, in the case of REDIRECTS I check Internet Options to make sure it hasnt been changed to use a Proxy, check the hosts file for suspicious entries, use HiJackThis to remove suspicious entries and finally if necessary, reset the IP/Winsock stacks/catalogs through command line. If there is a particularly problematic issue with the winsock, while Hijackthis will not remove it, it will at very least report its presence.
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