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Allstar13521

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  1. While the pugin is still getting pings constantly it's caused no interruption and is more of a curiosity than anything
  2. Sorry about the long wait. Still here, just bogged down with coursework as exam period starts for the year.
  3. I apologise for not responding yet, I've been busy with work but will implement your most recent suggestions at the earliest convenience
  4. To clarify: the number blocked rose without me opening or refreshing any new tabs, which is a change from earlier.
  5. Firefox has been functioning as usual, it's just that Malwarebytes has been giving me notifications every time it opens or refreshes a tab. Disabling push ads had no effect, but "Malwarebytes Browser Guard Firefox extension" has at least stopped Malwarebytes from directly pinging me. According to the extension it's categorized as "Ads/Trackers" (note: since I started writing the number blocked rose from 2 to 12 and 1 appeared in the "Malware" category too).
  6. Maurice, Here's the other scanlog Thanks again for all your help. Scanlog.txt
  7. Maurice, Unfortunately I had already started the "esetonlinescanner_enu.exe" scan when I received your reply about quarantining the files so I'll have to restart that, but I've attached the quarantine log. AdwCleaner[C00].txt
  8. Maurice, the Adwareclean program does not appear to have an obvious option to perform the "clean" action, however it does offer to let me "quarantine" the files it found if that is what you were referring to. Above is a screenshot of the options. And why do I need to download "esetonlinescanner_enu.exe" if the scan from AdwCleaner is accurate?
  9. Maurice, Here is the log produced by Adwarecleaner AdwCleaner[S00].txt
  10. Thanks for your swift reply, Maurice. Any contraction of my username is fine for the purpose of this interaction. Before I install Adwcleaner I'd like to re-emphasise that I am not using Chrome, but Firefox, just in case the difference matters for further steps.
  11. Apparently there's either an integral part of my browser or an addon that keeps setting off Malwarebytes whenever I open or refresh a tab. The specific message I keep getting is "Website blocked due to Trojan" and the domain it is blocking is listed as "goldapps.org". Having followed the advice on the "I'm infected — What do I do?" post I downloaded the Farbar Recovery Scan Tool and performed a scan, which I have attached below. Thank You for your time. FRST.txt Addition.txt
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