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arkhaan

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About arkhaan

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    Dalek Hunting if only I could turn them into Vampires.

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  1. both Adware Cleaner and Rkill(used as file name iexplorer.exe/iexplore64) continually find PUP.Winlogon.Heuristic HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon|Shell. RKill detects it as * Empty HKLM\...\Winlogon: [Shell]! Value reset to explorer.exe when removed it respawns. oh and both program tools also detects these values in WIndows 10 Pro 64's "safe mode". I also ran MBAM and Norton Power Eraser, though I only use Windows default Antivirus/firewall Microsoft Defender. when I use Power Eraser I notice the it dectects nothing and stops responding and when I scan with Adware Cleaner and Rkill, the PUP goes into its "hide E Hole" also Norton and Zemana detect notihng at all. nor does MBAM. I reboot and then a bit later, I scan and again, the stupid thing respawns after rebooting into normal mode and running Adware Cleaner and Rkill respectively. I go into safe mode and again it detects the PUP I run Power Eraser and abra-kadabra it is gone, until I reboot into normal mode again and scan with Adware cleaner and Rkill! here are the Farbar Logs. if you reply and wish for the ADW and RKill logs I will gladly send them as well. FRST.txt Addition.txt
  2. thank you for that odd I have been unable to find info on that error message being connected to porn or risk or any microsoft related problem beyond what it is truely intended to mean MS store error.
  3. is there any thing malicious on my computer as of now. trojans or other malware that would run as I browse? I did nothing except end up on that site. and click "leave"(which by the pics and vids you sent know it wasn't the best thign to do) I assume powering down the PC is best. but I wanted to be certain no phishing or trojans got stuck on as a result of being autoreferred to that weird site, refer to my farbar logs. I am going to assume what had happened was when I typed http://www.cogar-world.com/ the correct site name for the hardware is http://www.cougar-world.com/ "u key in cougar-world did not regsiter on my keyboard(as this is not a mechanical keyboard keys often misregister on most membrane keyboards these days, and the typo got me onto a bad site. and thanks for the info!
  4. when I go to download drivers for my Couger 600M mouse, as referred to on the mouse's instruction box, http://cougar-world.com/ I am referred to http://159.65.226.68/3dg3/us/?t=(888) 810-8302&bk=72e60765 and given a "microsoft" warning about pornware and riskware being installed and that if I don't call this number 888-810-8302 in less than five minutes that all my credintials will be stolen. a voice in a british accent claims error 0x80072ee7, it is not the cortana voice but I want to know if my computer is truely infected with this stuff or if it is a hoax. please referr to screenshot. I have also reported this site and phonenumber via microsoft feedback. FRST.txt Addition.txt
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