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  1. Additionaly, on another scan MB found the in different locations: In contrary the on one the desktop, which was not a surprise, the second in the Windwows\Recent folder is a bit worring. But if I am correct, it was found there due to me using the file to zip it and it is just a shortcut created by Win?
  2. OK, I've done this. BTW, after logging in Command Prompt was on for a few seconds. The attached file was classified as: BITAD62.zip
  3. Thank you for your reply, in order to do that do I have to restore the file from the quarantine?
  4. Greetings, my Malwarebytes detected a file on a hard drive of my second PC: "Spyware.Agent"; it was quarantined. I have not observed any abnormalities in regard to how this PC works. I have no idea where could I catch this infection, since this machine is rarely used. Is it possible for it to be false positive? If it is real threat what kind of damage may be inflicted by the virus? Data theft? I kindly ask for your help. Addition.txt FRST.txt MP - SPYWARE AGENT.txt
  5. Thx for reply, it seems to work fine. Thank you for your help!
  6. I've got a question: "If you use Chrome to log in to any Google service from any other computer, please follow these steps before turning on Chrome sync on those computers as well." it does not apply to smartphones? Below scan after performing reset of synchronization Malwarebytes-scan2.txt
  7. I am going to comply with the given instructions. Am I correct to assume that logs are not indicating towards an infection?
  8. I am sorry for not completing the title.
  9. Good day, my AVG:antivirus spotted a file on my hard drive and labeled it as HTML: Script-inf [Susp]; it was quarantined. Attached picture shows the details regarding its location. I have read that if this is detected on a computer (in contrary to just being deteced during interent browsing) it means that it was already compromised. I have not observed any signs of the ongoing infection, I would sleep better being sure that I am "clean' . I would greatly appreciate any help. Addition.txt FRST.txt Malwarebytes-scan.txt
  10. Here you go The Witcher 3 - https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/79fc0096800b3b686a883c6d570965f1dc7134a071208bddfb85d5685322450a/detection Metal slug - https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/ec8d8ba35992782bb22b6f50cc879fd6b212dfe27617dc31af76940b76b75a3d/detection
  11. I did report these files, but I think this community here is more reliable in case of infections and there is why I asked for help. If it is not a problem please just look on the logs from FRST. If it is not possible I will hold no grudge.
  12. Good day, today my AVG detected 2 files and classified them to be Win64:Malware-gen and Win32:Malware-gen. They were quarantied. The first is gfsdk_ssao.win64.dll in The Witcher 3 GOG folder The second: libGLESv2.dll in Steam folder Due to origin of these files I think that they are not malicious and must be false positives. However, I might be wrong and have an infection in my PC, therefore I kindly ask for your advice and help on this matter. Malwarebytes scan.txt Addition.txt FRST.txt
  13. If my PC is safe and there is nothing else to attend to, I can say: No, thank you. I appreciate all what you have done for my case.
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