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  1. Hello canadiancompman24 ,Welcome to Malwarebytes.org ! We don't work on Malware removal or diagnostics in the general forums. Please print out, read and follow the directions here, skipping any steps you are unable to complete. Then post a NEW topic here. One of the expert helpers there will give you one-on-one assistance when one becomes available. After posting your new post make sure under options that you select Track this topic and choose one of the Email options so that you're alerted when someone has replied to your post. Alternatively, as a paying customer, you can contact the help desk at support@malwarebytes.org pooloperator: Let the scan finish and let it remove all items found. Afterwards, do a reboot and a quick scan again, just to be sure. When in doubt, you can always follow the instructions above . cheers .
  2. That is actually a cool idea, but I'm not sure if the market is big enough for that. However, it would be a nice addition .
  3. The possibility does exist, yes . Be sure to also have an Antivirus installed. I certainly advise you to follow Firefox's post .
  4. Hello dweiss ,Welcome to Malwarebytes.org ! It's probable there are some infections left. We don't work on Malware removal or diagnostics in the general forums. Please print out, read and follow the directions here, skipping any steps you are unable to complete. Then post a NEW topic here. One of the expert helpers there will give you one-on-one assistance when one becomes available. After posting your new post make sure under options that you select Track this topic and choose one of the Email options so that you're alerted when someone has replied to your post. Alternatively, as a paying customer, you can contact the help desk at support@malwarebytes.org
  5. Hello Gadgetdude , Welcome to Malwarebytes.org We don't work on Malware removal or diagnostics in the general forums. Please print out, read and follow the directions here, skipping any steps you are unable to complete. Then post a NEW topic here. One of the expert helpers there will give you one-on-one assistance when one becomes available. After posting your new post make sure under options that you select Track this topic and choose one of the Email options so that you're alerted when someone has replied to your post. Alternatively, as a paying customer, you can contact the help desk at support@malwarebytes.org
  6. Hello Flashman256, Welcome to Malwarebytes.org We don't work on Malware removal or diagnostics in the general forums. Please print out, read and follow the directions here, skipping any steps you are unable to complete. Then post a NEW topic here. One of the expert helpers there will give you one-on-one assistance when one becomes available. After posting your new post make sure under options that you select Track this topic and choose one of the Email options so that you're alerted when someone has replied to your post. Alternatively, as a paying customer, you can contact the help desk at support@malwarebytes.org Regards .
  7. In my opinion WOT is better, since it is a plugin for Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox & Google Chrome. I doubt you can download the definition list since you can just search on the WOT website and check whether's a website to be found malicious or not. Hope this helps .
  8. Hi, that would be normal. You just have to click once on 'Enable all protection' . Afterwards you can close the program, but it will protect you . Even if you reboot the computer, it will protect you, you don't have to click on 'enable all protection' everytime. Ideally you can update it once a week, then click on "enable all protection", to make sure you are protected with the latest definitions. Hope this helps .
  9. What you can do is disable your system restore, this will delete the file. Afterwards do a full scan with MBAM and put on system restore again. Malware can hide in your system restore, but that doesn't mean this file is malware. However, I googled and found that AVG flagged it as "A0034582.exe -> Trojan.OnLineGames.qhh" So you might as well disable system restore, do a full scan with MBAM, afterwards put system restore back on again . Hope this helps.
  10. Another option is using Panda USB vaccine. It will disable autorun on your computer, so you won't get infected when inserting a USB drive or similar. Afterwards you can do a scan on the USB drive with your Antivirus-protection & MBAM . Information: Panda USB Vaccine information Download: Download Panda USB Vaccine
  11. It's best you make a HiJack This log and post it in the correct forum, like marktreg already said . (link: http://www.malwarebytes.org/forums/index.php?showforum=7 )
  12. Press the 'update' tab, and then 'check for updates' . Now the program will check for updates as well as upgrades for the program.
  13. Maybe it are your boxes that are catching sound from eg. your cellphone. Pay attention, that, when you hear the sound, you did or did not hear something else right before it ? Sometimes, when I receive a text message and my cellphone is close by my speakers, they pick it up.
  14. Other useful tools might be process monitor and ollyDBG On the SysInternals there are more interesting tools like Autoruns, process explorer, .... hope this helps .
  15. Thanks for the update Marcin ! I suppose proxy support is that you can insert your own proxy settings needed for an update ?
  16. I think I just found a perect mouse .
  17. Hi, thank you, I do work in the security industry, but I'm not an expert on this forum. Besides, I was just stating that I personally did not encounter this with Norton files being destroyed .
  18. Hi there, I strongly advise you to take another Antivirus, like Avira, Panda Cloud, Avast (all free). Reason is that I believe ClamWin does not use realtime scanning, and I suppose it does not have a proactive protection either. This is really imortant if you don't want to get infected. Also, Malwarebytes protection module can provide you with an extra protection layer. Hope this helps .
  19. Do you have a source for this ? I've never encountered a malware that 'destroys' registry files of Norton. As been said above, malware can certainly disable Antivirus-applications.
  20. Blaze

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    Hi mattblack, welcome to the forum . Hope you enjoy your time here, and if you need help with Malware Removal, you can follow the directions here: malware removal Alternatively, you can post a log in the following forum: HiJack This logs
  21. Have you done a full scan with both McAfee and Malwarebytes yet ? Most probably this is legit, since lsass.exe is a genuine part of Windows . If you want to be sure 100%, you can always post a HiJack This log: http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showforum=7 Hope this helps .
  22. What really can help is using WOT, or using (free) software like Spywareblaster. This will also help prevent infections. Obviously, Malwarebytes protection module will be a very good help. You can also use hpHosts file. Googling anything innocent may always turn out to something unexpectedly, so: - train the teachers some basics of security (don't click anything that pops up, eg) - use layered security - be sure to have the latest updates of both your operating system and antivirus-protection. Hope this helps a bit
  23. Dear, these pop-ups might be from ads on the mega-upload site as well. I suggest you place a post in the False Positives subforum.
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