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  1. Hey man how are you? So I have some good news. I ran the script you gave me, which seemed to help. I had previously been unable to do anything as far as resets or repairs, but after running the script I was able to do a system reset, and I chose the option to wipe everything. After it finished the install, things seem better. But if you're up for it, I'd like to proceed with some of the diagnostics you spoke about earlier just to double check. So let me know what you want first and I'll have it to you inmediately. Thanks again!
  2. Hey Maurice I apologize for the delay, I've been having network access problems as of late, which needless to say is extremely frustrating. I am currently unable to access the internet on the computer we are working on, and it has removed my privlidges to do basically anything helpful or that it has deemed as a potential threat (I presume). Also I'm seeing a lot of folders being labeled now with an ".exe" And I just noticed it has set a BIOS password, preventing me from accessing the BIOS whatsoever. I took some pics from my phone that shows the alert box when it rejects my attempt t
  3. Hey Maurice I hope your day is going well. So in an attempt to elaborate and offer up as much info as possible to aid in finding a solution, I think parts of my reply were unclear and thus confusing. I apologize for that. Q: The USB you say you have " Yes I have a USB thumb drive with W10" ...... what exactly is on it? Was that produced by the Microsoft Windows Media Creation tool ?? A: This recovery USB was created with the MWMCT, and that is the only thing that is on it and ever has been on it. Q: NOTE also, if the keyboard is not usable , that is a show-stopper....II pr
  4. Hey Maurice! Thank you very much brother for generously spending time helping me out with this headache. Now to answer your questions.. Q: Is this the same Windows 10 machine where it has issues & you posted back in March? A: No it is not the exact same one. Unfortunately that one didn't survive an incident where I accidentally threw it against a brick wall. But a lot of the issues are similar and may prove to be infected with the same thing because I'm pretty sure I was transporting it and loading from infected USB. Q: Do you have a Windows rescue disc or rescue US
  5. Hello there. So my Toshiba Laptop has been under attack for awhile now. At first it was fairly harmless, although present, but didn't interfere with day to day operation. I read dozens of posts regarding ways to eliminate and tried a few. I went to bed patting myself on the back and reflected on just how smart I was to outwit this malware. I woke up and found my computer essentially unusable. I no longer had admin privileges, I couldn't run any AV scans, can access any programs pertaining to the computer i.e. command prompt, notepad, windows security, regedit, etc. I'm also unable to access th
  6. This laptop was recently updated to Windows 10 from Windows 7, but Ive had it for a few years now. Something new has begun happening, and that is getting a "You don't have permission" notification if I try to save anything to my C drive. And then getting kicked off my network with a "remote device won't allow accept this connection. Ive attached screenshots of both. TDSSKiller.3.1.0.26_10.03.2019_23.19.37_log.txt TDSSKiller.3.1.0.26_10.03.2019_23.21.52_log.txt TDSSKiller.3.1.0.26_10.03.2019_23.25.53_log.txt
  7. MWB.txt FRST2.txt Addition2.txt And here is the Adwcleaner copied into the reply per your request # ------------------------------- # Malwarebytes AdwCleaner 7.2.7.0 # ------------------------------- # Build: 01-30-2019 # Database: 2019-03-04.3 (Cloud) # Support: https://www.malwarebytes.com/support # # ------------------------------- # Mode: Clean # ------------------------------- # Start: 03-08-2019 # Duration: 00:00:05 # OS: Windows 10 Home # Cleaned: 0 # Failed: 0 ***** [ Services ] ***** No malicious services clea
  8. Ok I have done the hard reset. What would you like me to do next?
  9. So just to be clear I should follow the instruction for the "30-30-30 hard reset" right? I picked up a Netgear Nighthawk x6 today but decided to wait until I got all this stuff figured out before making a switch, unless you think it's worth it to switch routers at this point.
  10. I just downloaded and ran the scan. It says no threats found. I'm up and available to continue any suggestions you offer for as long as you're up for it. Let me know what you think. And I just wanted to verify that I was attaching the files correctly in the posts for you to look over. Whatever this is won't allow me to log in to malware bytes so I have to send the files to my phone and then reply from there.
  11. Hey Ron good afternoon and thank you so much for generously taking the time to help me out with this, I really appreciate it. I re ran the scan and here are those files.Addition_06-03-2019 13.14.15.txt FRST_06-03-2019 13.14.15.txt
  12. I believe my laptop is crawling with smart malware and Rootkits, particularly the Smart Screen rootkit along with various other yet to be determined infections. It has relabeled my drives and partitions, making it extremely difficult to run an effective scan. I have noticed the malware and root has the ability to change user names, passwords, logins, credentials, security settings and features amongst countless other. Any help would be greatly appreciated! I have FRST files if you would like me to attach them let me know. My laptop security is being manipulated, outsmarted, and is
  13. Hello I am here due to an ongoing concern I have detected on now 3 of my laptops. I've researched for hours on end going on almost 2 months now until deciding to post here. Whatever this malware is, it's definitely deceptive. It accesses and changes passwords, usernames, logins, access privledges, virus scans, security settings, the list goes on. Through process of elimination I'm leaning towards a root on my PCI but I can be completely wrong on that. Any help would be so greatly appreciated! I look forward to any help in the future and thank you in advance!
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