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Jake916

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  1. Upon updating it to .11 I ran a scan of system32 and it came up clean. Although this was a false positive I am grateful for everyone's help in this thread. Thank you.
  2. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware www.malwarebytes.org Scan Date: 05/06/2014 Scan Time: 13:51:58 Logfile: Administrator: Yes Version: 2.00.2.1012 Malware Database: v2014.06.05.08 Rootkit Database: v2014.06.02.01 License: Premium Malware Protection: Enabled Malicious Website Protection: Enabled Self-protection: Disabled OS: Windows 7 CPU: x64 File System: NTFS User: Jake Scan Type: Threat Scan Result: Completed Objects Scanned: 265695 Time Elapsed: 7 min, 59 sec Memory: Enabled Startup: Enabled Filesystem: Enabled Archives: Enabled Rootkits: Disabled Heuristics: Enabled PUP: Warn PUM: Enable
  3. If it turns out that it is not a false positive should I come back here or make a new thread?
  4. What do you mean unless I double click it? it's a trojan, as far as I know they do not require you to double click it for it to start doing it's dirty work. Sorry if I'm coming off as rude here, I don't mean to be. But anyway I'll restore it, scan and see what happens.
  5. upon reading online it says that viruses named this are very nasty and can do a wide range of horrible things to a system including stealing data and hiding itself after the first scan, so I'm worried about restoring it. Is restoring it still a good idea? After all it wasn't found in a scan it just popped up after clicking on a website
  6. MalwareBytes informed me of two Trojans located in the same file and suggested I quarantine it, so I did. Upon restarting my computer, I had no sound at all, I attempted to test the sound within a windows program which told me it had 'failed'. I then opened up Malwarebytes and took a look at the history (I have the paid version with the new layout). The Trojans were labeled 'Trojan.FakeMS'. Both in the same location. The location was C:\Windows\System32\audiodg.exe What should I do about this? How can I get my sound back without keeping the Trojans?
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