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  1. I started up the Powershell software, then was able to find it in the process explorer. It's command line was, "C:\WINDOWS\system32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe". Also is it normal for a "thread" to be labeled "RemoteBreakin"?
  2. I used the "Find" at the top of the "process explorer" program and looked for "powershell" and found one "file" type with the name under the "svchost.exe" process. It's command line is "C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe -k LocalServiceNetworkRestricted"
  3. I am not sure what powershell is but If something in that initial list of processes is supposed to be have "powershell" in it's name somewhere then I couldn't find it. Thank you!
  4. Alright, thank you! Here are the new logs. mbst-grab-results.zip
  5. I seem to be getting the same problem.
  6. I may have went ahead and installed them, but there were 3, 2020-01 Preview of monthly quality rollup for windows 7 (KB4539601), Update for windows 7 (KB3102429) , microsoft edge update for windows 7 (KB4567409).
  7. Fixlog.txt Okay, here is what I got afterwards.
  8. Oh, no! I did not set up any of those. Please and thank you for helping remove them. I have uninstalled java and bonjour.
  9. Okay, here you go. Thanks! mbst-grab-results.zip
  10. To fully clarify, after the internet turns off and I am asked to set the network location of "mbvpn x", the program fails and tells me it can't connect and to check my internet connection.
  11. Hello! Whenever I turn on malwarebytes privacy, it'll say "rerouting" for about 3 minutes total. Halfway through my internet will turn off and I am asked to set a new network location for "mbvpn" which has a number at the end increasing by one for each attempt. Please help thanks.
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