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  1. This is a known issue at the moment, that is being worked on. Please see
  2. Our sincere apologies for the delay, I'll be replying to you as soon as I am able today. We're doing the best we can to get to everyone asap. With so many people working from home, we've had an unprecedented, continuous amount of 'malware related' inquiries
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    No need to inform me, I'm following this topic. 🙂
  4. Hello Angryman404 As I explained in your other topic, you are already working with Malware Removal Experts on the HelpDesk. Please continue in your ticket. The report you sent from your diagnosis was only them stating they found malware and removed it, they did not say it was a virus and as Porthos mentioned in your other topic, there are far more common reasons than malware on a machine that can cause performance issues. I'll be taking over your HelpDesk ticket
  5. Hello peterabc - I did locate your HelpDesk ticket and will send a reply in that ticket shortly. I am going to lock this topic simply to avoid having several people providing instructions to you when they aren't fully aware of the reason your machine is having difficulty installing this latest version.
  6. You're most welcome, I'm so glad to hear all is well now. 🙂
  7. By any chance do you use BitDefender as your AV? If so, ensure you are on the latest version which is 24.0.9.52
  8. wheeler47 - I see you opened a ticket on our HelpDesk. Please follow the instructions provided in that email which are essentially the same as you were given here - use our Support Tool to perform a Clean/Reinstall and let us know if that resolved the issue for you
  9. Glad to hear all is well now, Chromosom 🙂 Just to clarify, that many files weren't necessarily all 'infected', Many of them were just files inside Segurazo's cache folder and we simply enumerated each file in there. One way for you to be able to determine this is to open your Scan Report via the Reports button and look at the path of each of the detections. You'll notice most of them are in the C:\Program Files(x86)\Segurazo\cache folder This program typically comes bundled with some other free software that you downloaded. One way to try to keep yourself safe from this sort of this is when installing free software, select the Custom Install rather than the 'Express' or 'Typical' install. When you select the Custom Install, you'll see any 3rd party apps that may have been bundled and you have the chance to opt out.
  10. It looks to me that some of those entries are Segurazo related. See Boot into Safe Mode Open Malwarebytes > Settings > Protection tab Scroll down to Scanning Options and enable Rootkit Scan Now scan again and it will still take time, but it will be effective.
  11. Hello Ken_NC One of our Agents replied to your ticket a short while ago - please continue to work with him.
  12. Thanks for letting us know you were able to resolve this, Broni. 🙂
  13. You also have a ticket on our HelpDesk for this same issue - shall we close the HelpDesk ticket so instructions to you are not duplicated?
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