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Epozide

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  1. I used to open the task manager, performance tab and track with resource monitor and it was windows defender, but it didn't make any sense.
  2. Thank you, everything is smooth, however it takes time to know if my CPU will peek again. If my CPU peeked again, I will post again with more details of incident. Thank you.
  3. @AdvancedSetup Thank you, here is the file. Fixlog.txt
  4. Thank you for your quick reply @AdvancedSetup I did the four steps and here are the results. Malwarebytes log.txt FRST.txt AdwCleaner.txt Addition.txt
  5. Hello MalwareBytes. I had a malware weeks ago from installing something from the internet. I used AdWare and Malwarebytes in order to remove them, and they're removed. The malware used to run using a CPU high usage constantly. However, after I remove the malware, the CPU randomly for 5 minutes peaks to 100 with the screenshots I uploaded. I literally can't do anything except waiting until it's down to 8%. What should I do? It's so randomised, but mostly it happens after opening a game called Multi Theft Auto. Thank you.
  6. There you go Addition.txt Ml.txt AdwCleaner.txt FRST.txt
  7. I got infected by a malware that can't be removed. I used malwarebytes at first, it removed like 135 files of that virus called mail.ru or pulse. Then, after restarting the PC, it keeps getting back to google chrome. Even when I deleted everything from the reg files, temp, local data, appdata, and uninstalled whole chrome with sync off and everything. Every time I install Chrome again, it gets me a message like 'There is an extension called Pulse installed automatically' and it destroys my browsing experience. I think it's the same problem here https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/246701-keep-getting-infected/page/2/
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