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  1. They don't have this process for nothing. No normal site has this process, so I'm very sure this process is trying to infect computers with something malicious. And it can be very tricky so the results may not be obvious but any website that has to check 'the browser' in order to continu is very suspicious! I'm disappointed that Malwarebytes is not willing to follow up on this so I will try with other communities.
  2. I ran that scan several times prior to posting my problem here, no positive results. I'm sorry to inform that the problem still exist I'm really convinced that the sites that I mentioned in my OP are causing this issue and I can't stress enough how I would like Malwarebytes to investigate these sites. https://www.scidev.net/asia-pacific/disease/news/oral-polio-drops-linked-to-paralysis-in-india.html https://torrentz2.eu I think they install some code and that you can only delete this by formatting the 😄 drive in a specific way. And that it is some really smart process since none of the anti-malware programs are able to pick up on this.
  3. Hello thanks for your help, it's a bit early to say because sometimes it just pops up randomly all of a sudden but I believe it 'feels' better already. My mouse is behaving more naturally and going over places smoothly instead of stuttering here and there. I included the logs from scannow. What was that part about ip4 and ip6 reset about and are there potentially any problems not resetting your IP from time to time? I know the report from scannow is long, but do you perhaps see anything that I should pay attention to? I also have to admit that I'm using a Windows 10 debloater from Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/usefulscripts/comments/9s5zqn/powershell_windows_10_debloater_scripts_and_gui/. Maybe that caused some issues too. Malwarebytes.report.txt
  4. Malwarebytes.report.txt Here are my reports. I have Malwarebytes Premium so I'm running a scan daily. Also I performed a FRST scan earlier also in safe mode. As I said, none of the spyware and anti-malware programs I used found a hit. So I'm really, really curious what's going on and what those kind of websites do with their "Checking your browser before continuing..." process. AdwCleaner[S00].txt FRST.txt Addition.txt
  5. Ok, will follow up when I have more info and a scan report.
  6. Hi there, I'm never logged into my browser so I don't think it can be a synch issue. I also don't think it messes with the mouse but that this malware causes some kind of stutter which makes the mouse click twice when you click it once. I found another case of this: https://www.techspot.com/community/topics/resolved-double-click-virus.145074/
  7. Ok, but it wasn't clear to me where I could raise an issue to Malwarebytes itself (with the community perhaps reading as well). Because Malwarebytes can say that it is not harmful, still I would like the opion of other people too. And I'm also wondering what that regkey actually does. So I'm sort of throwing this issue around.
  8. But this is a separate issue, and this one I was able to fix myself. I was just wondering if you people are aware of this PUP and why Malwarebytes is not including it in their scans.
  9. Hello all, After a fresh install including full format of C: drive I always find a PUP.Optional TVWizard in my registry. Malwarebytes doesn't find this but ZHPCleaner does. I also find out that when I install the drivers for my audio from ASUS this PUP installs itself again. So often I have to remove this two or three times before I have this reg key complete killed. Does anyone else have this issue? I read on other sites forums that it is pre-installed and comes with genuine, trusted software. I can't find the scan results anymore but I will post them if I do a clean install. Furthermore, I'm not sure if this issue is related to another topic that I started:
  10. Hello all, (I posted this also in the help section, but I want to raise this to Malwarebytes as well, so I'm double posting. Sorry for the confusion and if you don't like this, please remove one. Mainly I want to address this to the developers of Malwarebytes, because I'm not sure what the community can do against this). I have a repeating problem with a virus/malware that makes a single click on my mouse turn into a double click totally randomly. This is extremely annoying, for example when you tick a box, it automatically unticks it. Or when you try to drag a group of icons or files it stutters and you're selecting only partially or even nothing at all. Sometimes it happens rarely, sometimes all the time. And it has nothing to do with my wireless mouse, battery, or any other hardware issue. I'm quite certain that specific sites are somehow either causing this virus or making it worse. There are websites that gives a message like "Checking your browser before continuing..." A few examples are: https://www.scidev.net/asia-pacific/disease/news/oral-polio-drops-linked-to-paralysis-in-india.html https://torrentz2.eu And I've seen it on many porn sites, sites related to downloading ebooks, but also regular sites that don't look suspicious at first hand. I'm quite convinced the "Checking your browser..." process installs a line of code somewhere on my pc and then activates itself after restarting the computer. I can remember from years ago that Malwarebytes DID catch this process as malware and removed them. But lately it doesn't and I keep hitting these sites even if I try to avoid porn sites! This situation is intolerable, and I would like to ask the community and Malwarebytes itself to investigate. To add to this: I was able to kill this virus for several years by just formatting my C: drive regularly and starting over with a fresh install. I had this problem both on Windows 7 and Windows 10, and since I switched to SSD and Windows 10 I had this trick of formatting the 3 partitions (one for recovery, and the others for boot info) and wiping it with zero's. This worked for a long time, but now it doesn't anymore. And furthermore, I have tried lots of anti-malwareprograms, including running them in Safe boots: Malwarebytes (Premium), Roguekiller, ZHPCleaner, Rkill, FRST64 and TDSSKiller. None of them showed a positive malware hit. I'm also wondering if viruses/malware can 'hide' themselves in the partitions that are created on the C: drive to for boot sections and recovery. Does Malwarebytes catch this? Or is this not a valid idea?
  11. Hello all, I have a repeating problem with a virus/malware that makes a single click on my mouse turn into a double click totally randomly. This is extremely annoying, for example when you tick a box, it automatically unticks it. Or when you try to drag a group of icons or files it stutters and you're selecting only partially or even nothing at all. Sometimes it happens rarely, sometimes all the time. And it has nothing to do with my wireless mouse, battery, or any other hardware issue. I'm quite certain that specific sites are somehow either causing this virus or making it worse. There are websites that gives a message like "Checking your browser before continuing..." A few examples are: https://www.scidev.net/asia-pacific/disease/news/oral-polio-drops-linked-to-paralysis-in-india.html https://torrentz2.eu And I've seen it on many porn sites, sites related to downloading ebooks, but also regular sites that don't look suspicious at first hand. I'm quite convinced the "Checking your browser..." process installs a line of code somewhere on my pc and then activates itself after restarting the computer. I can remember from years ago that Malwarebytes DID catch this process as malware and removed them. But lately it doesn't and I keep hitting these sites even if I try to avoid porn sites! This situation is intolerable, and I would like to ask the community and Malwarebytes itself to investigate. To add to this: I was able to kill this virus for several years by just formatting my 😄 drive regularly and starting over with a fresh install. I had this problem both on Windows 7 and Windows 10, and since I switched to SSD and Windows 10 I had this trick of formatting the 3 partitions (one for recovery, and the others for boot info) and wiping it with zero's. This worked for a long time, but now it doesn't anymore. And furthermore, I have tried lots of anti-malwareprograms, including running them in Safe boots: Malwarebytes (Premium), Roguekiller, ZHPCleaner, Rkill, FRST64 and TDSSKiller. None of them showed a positive malware hit. I'm also wondering if viruses/malware can 'hide' themselves in the partitions that are created on the 😄 drive to for boot sections and recovery. Does Malwarebytes catch this? Or is this not a valid idea?
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