Yeah, I used to have avast and I uninstalled it (I just searched for it on control panel uninstall section and no sign of it). I use Eset with paid license, but only for a few days and I suspect the keylogger is older than 3 days. And the 360 one I just installed today, looking for a specific malware remover and ending up on their page (I will uninstall it).
The so called hacker changed my password hours ago, and I had Eset activated, so something is fishy. my last password was 7Castraveti! and the one before it was Speshul01. None of them are hakjsdh98712987!@##%@#$âI♥☼ , but they are not 123qwe either.
I attached the files before, because I read similar topics and they were all asked pretty much the same thing, so I tried guessing what you were going to ask for me and attached the 2 files (if this is not what you needed, I apologize and I really appreciate your volunteer work).
I went ahead and uninstalled the 360 one and restarted my PC (it was pretty fishy, I agree...asked me several times if I want to uninstall "Are you sure" "Are you really sure? Really Really sure? Try for free, visit our website, repair, install again...etc)
I just installed the Malawarebytes for Windows and I got 19 detections (I attached the file below with the results). Most of them were PUP and I know sometimes they are harmless, but I also got 2 results that were malware. And Eset did not find them, it seems.
Tell me what to do now, please.