Click start menu, select run, type regedit in search box
Click on computer to highlight it, on the menu at top of page click edit, scroll down to find and click it, type atlassolutions in the search box, in the menu that appears you will see a folder named atlassolutions.com, click on this and the values show up on the right side of the page, double click on each value shown and delete the values that show up in the box that comes up, when you finish this go back to the folder atlassolutions in the left column right click on it and select delete...
You will also see a folder above it named atdmt, delete its values in the same manner and then delete the atdmt folder.
Then In IE go to Tools, Internet Options, Programs.
Choose the Manage Add-on's button.
In the list that comes up, find CBrowserHelper under names and highlight it (the publisher should be Dell).
Then select "disable" in the "Settings" box on the bottom left side.
OK three times and close Explorer.
click start and then run ....Type %temp%
A folder will show up and it will have many temp files in it. Now you don't see the file your looking for right now, so:Click on view _-> select all and push your delete button.
Go to tools and then click on folder options.
Go to the view tab and go down to the radio button show hidden files and folders and select it.Now you should see a file that says altasdmt or something like that. I want you to highlight that file and delete it also.Now go back and reverse the hidden file types stuff and you should be good to go.
Or There are some successful removal tips here: http://forums.techguy.org/malware-removal-hijackthis-logs/432534-view-atdmt-com-spyware-removal.htmlYou may also want to download and update malwarebytes. You can get it free from http://www.malwarebytes.org/Once updated, reboot into Safe Mode (F8 at startup) and run a scan. You should do this with your current antivirus product as well.
Ok, those temp files are fine....
Disable the add on in firefox if it exists.....
How long has this been happening?
A website probably had a nasty popup window that didi it, make sure your virus definitions are up to date, and keep this handy:
Personally I use Kaspersky and have never caught as much as a sniffle let alone a virus....
At least it's working now!