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44M-Tas

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  1. Since the removal of the virus with ESET Online Scanner the issue did not occur again. I think I will only keep the Sophos Virus Removal Tool for future virus scans. At the moment I do not have any further issues or concerns. I want to thank you for your professional assistance. Thank you for the time you've spent helping me and going through my logs, it is most appreciated. Best, 44M-Tas
  2. Do any of these applications have any background processes that start up with the system? I'd like to keep them on my system for future checkups but am unsure whether it affects the start up of the system. Zemana log: Zemana AntiMalware 2.21.2.139 (Installed) ------------------------------------------------------- Scan Result : Completed Scan Date : 2016.7.15 Operating System : Windows 10 64-bit Processor : 8X Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700 CPU @ 3.40GHz BIOS Mode : UEFI CUID : 121FBA432A885BD1530CDD Scan Type : Smart Scan Duration : 0m 46s Scanned Objects : 9920 Detected Objects : 4 Excluded Objects : 0 Read Level : Normal Auto Upload : Enabled Detect All Extensions : Disabled Scan Documents : Disabled Domain Info : WORKGROUP,0,2 Detected Objects ------------------------------------------------------- Firefox Search Status : Scanned Object : Ecosia - http://ac.ecosia.org MD5 : - Publisher : - Size : - Version : - Detection : Suspicious Browser Setting Cleaning Action : Repair Related Objects : Browser Setting - Firefox Search Firefox Search Status : Scanned Object : Ecosia - http://ecosia.org MD5 : - Publisher : - Size : - Version : - Detection : Suspicious Browser Setting Cleaning Action : Repair Related Objects : Browser Setting - Firefox Search Firefox Search Status : Scanned Object : Disconnect - http://mycroftproject.com MD5 : - Publisher : - Size : - Version : - Detection : Suspicious Browser Setting Cleaning Action : Repair Related Objects : Browser Setting - Firefox Search Chrome Homepage Status : Scanned Object : https://elbe.bitpalast.net:8443/smb/ MD5 : - Publisher : - Size : - Version : - Detection : Suspicious Browser Setting Cleaning Action : Repair Related Objects : Browser Setting - Chrome Homepage Cleaning Result ------------------------------------------------------- Cleaned : 4 Reported as safe : 0 Failed : 0 The Sophos Virus Removal Tool finished with no positives.
  3. Thank you for the fast reply kevinf80! I have gone through all the programs and you'll find the logs below. Rkill log: Malwarebytes log: FRST log: FRST Addition: Thank you kindly for the help. PS: Can anybody tell me why the (paid) full version of ESET Smart Security did NOT detect the virus but the free ESET Online Scanner did, shouldn't they work with the same signatures?
  4. Hello hard working malwarebytes community, as the thread title states I've caught a bitcoin virus which masquerades as the Java Update Scheduler (jusched.exe) and which starts by itself (even after killing the process several times) and makes my graphics card run at maximum power (as expected). I'd guess the other one in the task manager (Java Update Scheduler (32 bit)) is the original. Now I've read a couple of posts on this in this forum about the virus and the cleaning process and have already run Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit with no findings and ESET Online Scan found the threat under: Now I am unsure whether simply deleting the files will fix my problem or if other actions on my part would be advisable. I figured this would be the best place to ask for help. Thanks in advance! Best
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