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  1. glad its not only me. My issue is that and a worm apparently. the worm got cleaned out and the computer is running great again. can't say the same for a couple others in our building tho >_<
  2. yup i got it and replied. Tried to download FRST from the link you provided and got " Gateway Anti-Virus Alert This request is blocked by the Firewall Gateway Anti-Virus Service. Name: Zusy.B_111 (Trojan) blocked. "
  3. Hello there, So I was told this is the wrong place to post a business problem so I made another post in the business forums here: https://forums.malwarebytes.org/messenger/52534/?_fromLogin=1 I did the mbam-check as you asked and i have attached it to my new post in the business forums. I will attach it here also for your convenience CheckResults.txt
  4. This happened to us yesterday and i made a post about it in the wrong forums >_< here is the post : **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** We are running the MalwareBytes Enterprise and when I came in today a few of my users were complaining about their systems being slow to the point of being unusable. I went and checked it out and started by checking Task Manager. CPU Usage was very low <5% and the RAM
  5. We are running the MalwareBytes Enterprise and when I came in today a few of my users were complaining about their systems being slow to the point of being unusable. I went and checked it out and started by checking Task Manager. CPU Usage was very low <5% and the RAM usage was also low <25%. Because at this point the users were complaining about slow start up (their applications not windows as i found out later) so my first assumption was a quick registry clean and reboot and good to go. Nope. This lead me to check the resource monitor (I tried opening this before but with indexing on i
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