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  1. 30 minutes after I wrote on the forum about my problem my Malwarbytes was updated. That solved the problem. I apologize for not telling you. Thanks for your help.
  2. I have started getting this malvertising (as Malwarebytes calls it) that Malwarebytes can no longer block. As a result I can no longer read any email for more than a few seconds. This is the message I get on my screen. I have a Windows PC and use Firefox usually though this problem happened when I use IE 10. How can I solve this? BTW, I have Malwarebytes Premium. Secure Connection Failed An error occurred during a connection to initiateextremelyadvancedfreeware.icu. SSL received a record that exceeded the maximum permissible length. Error code: SSL_ERROR_RX_RECORD_TOO_LON
  3. Per your suggestion I downloaded Firefox's ad blocker. That seems to have stopped the problem. Makes me wonder how this problem started. I've never had it.
  4. POPUP blocker on Firefox was and is on. Can't find option for rejecting (decline) 3rd-party cookies.
  5. Just updated and ran a scan (which I have been doing 2 a day for the last week along with McAfee scans). Nothing found.
  6. Is this an answer to my problem? I already have installed the premium version of Malwarebytes. (What is an MBAM?)
  7. For the last week when I go to my ISP and sign into my email accounts I am constantly receiving notices from Malwarebytes in the bottom right hand corner of my screen that it has blocked a malicious website. I get as many as 3-5 "block" notices a minute (the most common source of the malicious website is p.algovid.com/169.54.178.215/port 49209, etc). When I sign out of my email the block notices at first decreased considerably but are now increasing rapidly (5 just while writing this email). Is there anything I can do to solve this problem? I assume these are intentional, directed attacks.
  8. Was the restore date in the information I sent you?
  9. Thanks for your help. In your experience will the Win 8 reset cure all my problems? What if I just restore to an earlier date? Also, what are the chances this infection will have spread through my network to my laptop?
  10. Here are the Farbar results again. BTW, I picked up a conduit virus as well. Since this is a new PC and have Carbonite I think it might be best just to reset my Win*. Is it likely that this infection could spread through my network to my laptop? It is working ok. FRST.txt Addition.txt
  11. I ran Farbar and attached the results in a reply but the results are gone. ? Did the Rogue Killer scan show infection?
  12. I ran RogueKiller 64 bit scan on my Win 8 PC. Here is the report: RogueKiller V8.8.0 _x64_ [Dec 27 2013] by Tigzy mail : tigzyRK<at>gmail<dot>com Feedback : http://www.adlice.com/forum/ Website : http://www.adlice.com/softwares/roguekiller/ Blog : http://www.adlice.com Operating System : Windows 8 (6.2.9200 ) 64 bits version Started in : Normal mode User : Walsh [Admin rights] Mode : Scan -- Date : 12/28/2013 11:33:54 | ARK || FAK || MBR | ¤¤¤ Bad processes : 0 ¤¤¤ ¤¤¤ Registry Entries : 2 ¤¤¤ [HJ DESK][PUM] HKLM\[...]\NewStartPanel : {59031a47-3f72-44a7-89c5-5595fe6b30ee} (1)
  13. On 12/24 I picked up a full page lock/FBI ransomware. Couldn't do anything with PC (Win8). I closed down PC, restarted and ran a ful McAfee scan. I got use of my computer back in general. My Firefox email works fine but my IE email system only lets me access my Juno webmail but when I try to read any email all the emails disappear. Nothing happens when I click on Inbox or Junk mail. The people at the Microsoft forum think my system is probably still infected and after saying they thought a reset "may" solve the problem they referred me to your forum. Any thoughts on what I can do to solve t
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