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  1. Thank you very much Aura, I'll make sure to be careful and I hope I won't need to take your time again. I don't have any more questions and thank you for the advice. Here's the log, it seems like everything is in order. Again, thank you very much. Regards from Ecuador! # DelFix v1.013 - Logfile created 26/08/2018 at 15:34:19 # Updated 17/04/2016 by Xplode # Username : Jose - JOSE-PC # Operating System : Windows 10 Home (64 bits) ~ Activating UAC ... OK ~ Removing disinfection tools ... Deleted : C:\FRST Deleted : C:\TDSSKiller_Quarantine Deleted : C:\RegBa
  2. I am pretty sure that was it, if anything happens I will send you a PM or something!
  3. No problem! And no, ever since we deleted the Scheduled Task, there have not been any detections from Norton.
  4. Alright, here are the files, I personally didn't see them being signed or having any details under properties, I know you'll find more about them though. Possible Malware.zip
  5. This is what would get flagged by norton, and the .exe and .dll that was being regenerated. Before we did indeed cripple the malware, it kept regenerating on different (Hidden, permission locked away) folders upon deletion. I COULD delete this folder immediately and I doubt it would get regenerated, but I won't do anything you advise against. Norton does not think its bad, however I know for a fact that before we deleted the scheduled task, the mining attempts stopped for around 4-8 hours if I deleted those files / folder, until the malware regenerated these two files on a di
  6. Alright, no attempts so far, replies will be slow because for some reason my messages keep getting filtered. This is the new report JOSE-PC 2.zip JOSE-PC 2.zip
  7. Hello, I am very new to the malwarebytesforums and it is admittedly a little bit late to be searching for help, but this infection has avoided everything in my power. About four days ago, I acquired a new steam game, but it kept crashing to desktop upon launch. Although the fix was simple (Update graphics drivers), I saw a "Mod" by someone online that'd fix the issue. After downloading and running the file, it gave me an error, so I closed and deleted it, and didn't give it much thought. Little did I know I started going down a slippery slope. About an hour later exactly, norton starts gi
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