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  1. Thank you. I really appreciate your help. Signing off now. bray5
  2. Looks like it is okay - no popups for a couple of hours. Is there any cleanup I need to do? Otherwise, thanks very much. Will acknowledge you through PayPal. bray5
  3. I aborted the fix tool and restarted the computer. So far, no more popups. I have to leave for about 30 minutes so I thought I would let the PC run and then check it when I get back to see if the popups have returned. Before this, they were constant so I am encouraged. Let me know if you have any other steps for me and I will do them when I return. bray5.
  4. It still says it is 'fixing' but a Fixlog.txt was generated - I am assuming this is the complete text file you require. I will let the tool continue 'fixing' until you tell me to close it. Here is the text file. Also a screen capture of the Fixtool still running - it has looked like this for about 10 minutes. Fixlog.txt
  5. Sorry. That link for the Farbar Recovery tool does not appear to be active.
  6. At first, the More Reply Options went to a page where it said I do not have permission. Now it works for me. Here are the files. bray5 FRST.txt Addition.txt
  7. I ran the tool and have the text files but I cannot see where to attach them with my reply. The first post that I did had an attachment button but the reply does not (or I just can't see it). bray5
  8. I have a HP Pavilion dv7 notebook PC (Intel Core i5-2430M CPU 2.40 GHz) with 8 GB ram and 64-bit Windows 7 Home Premium operating system. I am up to date with Windows service pack and updates. I use the Windows Firewall, Microsoft Security Essentials, and Malwarebytes (Database version 2015.1.8.10). Lately, Malwarebytes has been giving a 'blocking malicious website' popup message constantly. On the popup, the process is C:\Windows\SysWOW64\dllhost.exe and the type is Outbound. The process and type are always the same - the IP and Port numbers change each time the popup occurs. The popups occur very frequently, one right after another. All I have done so far, besides running the usual security and malware scans, is close the popups - over and over again. I have had success with this forum removing a different type of malware last year so I decided to try you again. Please let me know what you need from me. I have attached a screenshot jpeg of the popup. bray5
  9. My husband recently was infected with spyware, bought the premium version of this program, and then joined this forum. His problem was resolved in excellent fashion and his computer now seems to be malware-free and protected. He is a believer in your support! Yesterday, I installed Malwarebytes Premium on my computer and ran a scan. Now I find that my computer also has some malware - something called PUP.Optional.FlashPro. Prior to installing the program and running the scan, I had an incident where a program apparently hijacked my home page and kept changing it to 'about:blank'. I ran a scan with my antivirus program (Bit Defender Total Security 2013) and things seemed to go back to normal although I did not use the computer much after that. BTW, I use Bit Defender as my firewall, too. I am not aware of other virus or adware programs running on my computer except Malwarebytes now. This hijacking only happened once and hasn't happened since. Following advice from my husband, I ran the full Threat Scan and found these 2 infections. I have attached the log file and opened this topic. I also created a new Restore Point. My infected machine is a Windows 7 Home 64-bit HP Pavilion laptop. Any help will be appreciated. MB Threat Scan1_052914.txt
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