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MagreX

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  1. I see. That's a relief, thank you! I should point out that I was using Firefox only. I hardly ever use Chrome and I never use Internet Explorer or MIcrosoft Edge. Would this error message still pop up if I was using Firefox?
  2. Hi, thanks for the response. I tried to do what you said, but as soon as I opened up Internet Options and went to the Advanced Tab, everything you wanted me to do was already done, like so.
  3. Just posting an update. I hit "no" on the dialogue box and it went away, although I still want to know if I'm infected and/or what this thing was and what my next steps should be.
  4. Today, after I ran CCleaner for the first time in months (with an older version because I didn't feel like updating it), I got this really strange Script Error pop up. It's still here, I haven't closed it. I don't know what it means, but after Googling a bit, the only thread I found said that it was an infection and now I'm kinda spooked. Any idea? Malwarebytes doesn't find anything. The forum I saw told the other guy to run AdwCleaner, so I did, and that also apparently found nothing. Attached below is a screenshot of the script error pop-up. Please help!
  5. Thanks for the reply. I did what you asked and I'll provide the reports down below, however I have some new information. Windows Defender has recently begun to say it has found a trojan named "Trojan:Win32/Fuery.B!cl", and that it was allowed by me to execute or exist. I don't know what that means or when this happened, but it must have been recent. I ended up redoing all your instructions after this so the information might say something about this, but that's the weird thing. Malwarebytes doesn't seem to pick up this "Trojan:Win32/Fuery.B!cl" up, then in the logs below it picked up some
  6. When I scanned my computer last with AVG, these were the responses. It said 2 of them were quarantined, but my computer has still been acting up.
  7. I downloaded several mods for a video game and after a bit, process that I don't remember having have been found in Task Manager running in the background along with a slower computer than what it used to be.
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