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  1. No more dllhost processes hogging the machine. Thanks, again!
  2. 5 stars. Fast responses. Thorough instructions. Virus is gone. Thanks!!

  3. Sounds good. Here's the security check log. Thanks! Mark checkup.txt
  4. I no longer see the plethora of dllhost.ext processes - yay! Does your examination of the recent logs indicate an "all clear"? Thanks! Mark
  5. The MalwareBytes scan (last step) found no issues! Here are the logs from the AdwCleaner and JRT runs. Thanks! Mark AdwCleanerR0.txt AdwCleanerS0.txt JRT.txt
  6. Thank you again for the quick help. All done. Here are the logs. Thanks! Mark ComboFix.txt Fixlog.txt TDSSKiller.3.0.0.41_02.11.2014_15.43.57_log.txt TDSSKiller.3.0.0.41_02.11.2014_15.50.58_log.txt
  7. Thank you for the response. Here there are. Addition.txt FRST.txt mbam-log-2014-11-01 (10-52-41).txt RKreport_SCN_10292014_212420.log
  8. Greetings! I just joined this forum in hope that someone can help me remedy a recent issues with my Windows 7 system. After experiencing a noticeable system performance slowdown, I noticed that there were a bunch of dllhost.exe processes consuming a lot of CPU. A full Norton AV scan did not reveal any issues. Attempts to kill the entire dllhost.exe process tree were minimally effective - I could never kill the top level parent dllhost.exe, and eventually the many dllhost.exe processes would appear. Eventually, the Norton AV runtime did flag some inbound network activity as the Trojan.powelik along with another one I can't recall. After searching around, I found this forum, and associated tool, which looked to be very helpful in resolving similar issues. If it helps, I've followed one of MrCharlies' prior postings and have run and gathered the logs from the first step (Malwarebytes, FRST, RogueKiller). Thanks! Mark
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