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TyB

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  1. Nevermind, it's a radeon thing. You can delete this post, sorry for wasting your time.
  2. Hate to waste your time on what is probably paranoia, but this icon is appearing in the popup menu on my taskbar, alongside the Malwarebytes, Java and Bluetooth icons as well as other recognizable images. When I mouse over it, it disappears, which is frustrating, so I was wondering if anybody could tell me what this is. Reverse image search has been no help whatsoever.
  3. Using the Registry Editor, I found two folders named MailRuUpdater. Both were subfolders of an "Uninstall" folder, I didn't write down the entire file path. I deleted both of them and performed a few more searches, and it didn't find any more. So this MailRuUpdater folder is what the FRST application found? And no others? If so, that should be everything, I'm glad to have this crap off my computer. Thank you for the help.
  4. Also (since I can't find where to edit my first post), though it's not a huge issue, I'd appreciate a heads up in the future if anything I run is going to delete any files, temporary/recycle bin or otherwise.
  5. Alright, here's the file. Sorry it took a couple days to reply. mbst-grab-results.zip
  6. I got the Mail.ru adware virus recently, and Malwarebytes free removed 166 files related to it. However, it failed to remove the Mail.ru updater, which ran every time I started my computer. It was in the local appdata folder, and I deleted it manually and it hasn't run since. How can I be sure that the virus isn't also hiding other places and that Malwarebytes actually removed it completely?
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