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  1. I don't have any more questions, thanks. I will create another thread if I come across any more issues.
  2. There were several secondary issues I was facing with it but they are resolved now. If I face anymore challenges in the future, I will PM you then. Thank you very much for your help.
  3. Here are the attached logs you've requested. AdwCleaner[C0].txt JRT.txt
  4. Sorry I replied so late. Here is GMT+3:00 Nairobi, Kenya. Days can get very crowded. Scan is complete and so far there's no issue with my machine. Although a huge part of my web experience has been chucked out. UC Browser has always been the most efficient choice. What features would such a browser have that would conflict with regular PC performance and security?
  5. The "DATE-TIME.zip" file has been submitted to Bleeping Computer. The fix was a success. The .tmp.exe process isn't running. The certificates were removed as it's evident by MalwareBytes having started.
  6. Attached are the FRST and Addition log you've requested. FRST.txt Addition.txt
  7. Msg box = 'unable to start' Msg = "Unable to connect the service" It won't start. Even after reinstalling. The item is still running in the 'temp location. And the certificates still preventing MalwareBytes from starting have returned to the Untrusted Certificates folder. Here is the file running. .*tmp.exe*
  8. Here is the completed fix log you requested. Fixlog.txt
  9. I have a .tmp.exe file that keeps on executing on itself. It installs certificates for every antivirus in 'Untrusted Certificates' folder in the certmgr.msc. This prohibits me from using MalwareBytes and Windows Defender. Deleting the certificates works but temporarily even after I delete the executable file from Temp. Which is where it usually runs from. I found the RunOnce registry file that calls the virus but deleting worked until I rebooted the machine. A threat scan doesn't even detect it. I don't know what's up with my system because it seems like the virus has a fail sa
  10. I have a .tmp.exe file that keeps on executing on itself. It installs certificates for every antivirus in 'Untrusted Certificates' folder in the certmgr.msc. This prohibits me from using MalwareBytes and Windows Defender. Deleting the certificates works but temporarily even after I delete the executable file from Temp. Which is where it usually runs from. I found the RunOnce registry file that calls the virus but deleting worked until I rebooted the machine. A threat scan doesn't even detect it. I don't know what's up with my system because it seems like the virus has a fail sa
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