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DannyZuko

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  1. Hi Ron, Thanks for your help. Attached are the logs from Malwarebytes Premium and from AdwCleaner. Windows Defender didn't like the Farbar FRST tool, so I have not used that. My main question is if I need to change all of my passwords since I read that the Riskware.BitCoinMiner captures keystrokes. The files were quarentined and then I deleted them with Malwarebytes. Much appreciated, DannyZ AdwCleaner[C0].txt AdwCleaner[S1].txt log from Malwarebytes Premium for Riskware.BitCoinMiner.txt
  2. Hello, Malwarebytes Premium detected Riskware.BitCoinMiner on my Windows 10. I instructed Malwarebytes to quarantine the files, then restarted my computer, then deleted the files. My scan was set to run every 3 days, so I may have had this riskware for up to 3 days. The Malwarebytes blog made it sound like this riskware poses no real threat, however, other websites said that this riskware records all keystrokes and analyzes or sells it to others. (!) I just want to know if I need to take any further action now that I deleted the files. Theoretically, I could change all of my passwords...but if that's not necessary I really would rather not. Thanks!
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