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Sniktbub

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  1. Just a quick update (I hope bumping is allowed on this forum) - I've unistalled Google Desktop Search. I realize it's not a malicious program, but I haven't used it a long a while. Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit BETA is no longer showing the warning message, so it was indeed the thing responsible for that AppInit value. Huge thanks to exile360, again. I believe the thread can be closed now, if necessary.
  2. I understand now. Thank you very much.
  3. Hello exile360, Thank you for your reply. I hope I did everything correctly - I'm attaching the .zip folder you requested. There is one entry in the AppInit tab. PS. I've found an old thread (to which you contributed) on the subject - not sure if its information is still relevant: I do own an Nvidia graphic card. attachment1.zip
  4. Hello, Whenever I launch Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit BETA on my XP machine (32-bit), I get the following message - I'm attaching the screenshot. Since I'm not very tech-savvy, I always press the "No" button and proceed. The tool never crashes or terminates. I'd like to know more about the subject. Do I risk harming my computer in any way if I press the "Yes" button by an accident? Most recent scans showed no sign of infections, including custom MBAM 3.5.1 scans (Legacy version for XP, found it on this forum, thank you), Adwcleaner 6.047 or Junkware Removal Tool 8.1.4. Anti-Rootkit BETA (database v2019.02.08.08), once done scanning its targets (drivers, sectors and system), doesn't detect anything, either.
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