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  1. I use Grammarly with Word. Shortly after opening Word Malwarebytes Premium 3.0.6 finds an exploit and shuts down Word. When I run MWB 3.0.6 it finds an exploit. The exploit is quarantined and listed at this location C:\Users\-------------\AppData\Roaming\Grammarly\Updates\GrammarlyAddInSetup6.6.97.exe. It also finds an exploit at GrammarlyAddInSetup6.5.85. When I delete quarantined exploit it returns when I open Word. I uninstalled Grammarly for Office. This allowed me to use Word. I have used Grammarly w/word for months. This problem began about a week ago. So the issue is either with Grammarly or with Malwarebytes coming up with a false positive in Grammarly.
  2. Thank you for your response. Additional information: Downloaded Farbar Recovery Scan Tool. Attached are FRST txt and Addition.txt logs. Found firefox-patch.js and firefox-patch.js(1) in my download folder. Also found firefox-patch.exe in same folder. I am running a 64 bit system. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Home Premium database version v2016.09.16.06 finds no issues. Neither does McAfee LiveSafe Version 14.0 (Release Name 14.0 R10). FRST.txt Addition.txt
  3. I have windows 10. I open firefox and a fake firefox urgent patch screen opens (see attached png.) I haven't opened it. When I plug in firefox-patch.js into windows 10 search window I get the original file which is a JavaScript File (2.5KB) dated July and a copy dated August. When I did a google search, it indicated it was a trojan. Any idea how to get rid of this file safely?
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