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Hyperwolf122

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    Malware analyzing, art, graphic design, reading, skateboarding

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  1. That makes a lot of sense! Thanks for the reply this was very helpful!
  2. Hello! Apologies if this is the wrong area to put this. so my laptop is a HP laptop (model number: 15-bsO6Owm) running intel icore 3 and running Windows 10. and the laptop isn't used much. It's operating system was installed of February of this year. It's once again not used much. The only things I have installed are have Firefox, Wacom Intuos tablet driver, Mediabang paint, Malwarebytes (free version), malwarebytes anti exploit, Adblock plus Firefox extension, malwarebytes Firefox extension, and lastly adwcleaner. It's only really slow when booting up its just a black screen for a solid minute and I can move my cursor around then it boots up to the log in screen then when it boots up the desktop it's black with a cursor for another solid minute and it takes it a minute to load the wallpaper and the menu bar and my app icons. I also had this with my old laptop which also ran Windows 10. Would I need to defrag the hard drive or something or is it something with Windows 10? Thanks! -Casper
  3. I luckily have anti exploit installed on my system, thanks for informing me with this all
  4. Will do! If it is vulnerable is there somehow any precautions I should take? I'm hoping Windows Defender will detect it since I don't have premium malwarebytes as of now.
  5. Will do! I never see it running in the task manager however. Hopefully it isn't the same version that comes with iTunes
  6. Sorry if this needs to be in another topic but a drawing software I use, uses bonjour, am I safe? I haven't turned the computer on since the exploit and I don't have iTunes.
  7. It looks absolutely awesome, I love it. the designers did a awesome job! my favorite part it the robot!
  8. Sorry about that there in the topic title and in my message, thank you for the correction! Thank you for this information, I'll keep this all In mind!
  9. Hello! i was wondering, if I for example googled "cats" and clicked on a thumbnail of a image (just clicking on the thumbnail to view it, not clicking "view full image" or "go to website") and if the website was malicious, would it cause a virus? Or is that only if you actually go to the website? Thanks! -Casper
  10. Alright! Thanks! I'll try that out very soon
  11. I don't have the ability unfortunately to make a backup for my laptop, should I leave it?
  12. That makes sense, till I install it, would it be fine to also left click and delete the .android directory till I can install PITA to remove everything chrome installed since my internet is highly slow? It will be a bit till I can have better internet access to install the tool
  13. I also did forget to mention in my reply, the only things I've downloaded are, the driver to my Wacom intuos tablet, mediabang paint, avast (then deleted it using their uninstall tool and switched over to using Windows defended) malwarebytes, chrome (then uninstalled chrome), Firefox (as default browser) and downloaded the Adblock plus Firefox extension and the malwarebytes Firefox extension, and lastly malwarebytes anti exploit (since I don't have malwarebytes premium at the moment) all of these I have downloaded from their official websites (and the Firefox extensions from the official Firefox extension store)
  14. It is a HP laptop, the model number is 15-bsO6Owm
  15. That's what I've read from other places, but it is odd considering I have no games on my computer? Maybe the specific type of laptop I have comes with it? I'm glad to know it isn't malicious though however and is just something for games
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