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About Coco456

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  1. to my laptop? Okay, long story short. I got a virus last year (my fault) and you guys helped me clean up my pc, but I've been too afraid to save anything to my laptop. Nothing weird has happened since then, so I guess this is mainly for my peace of mind. Anyway, I really started to freak out because at one point the hacker was able to access my amazon account, even though I have 2 factor authentication on (this was when I was in the process of cleaning my laptop). I think he either spoofed my laptop (I had my pw saved to chrome and didn't require 2 factor on familiar devices) or
  2. I was infected with the Azorult botnet trojan. I can't remember if I saw it on any of the logs, as I kind of freaked out and used multiple anti-viruses when I found out I had malware. I became aware of the Azorult recently though CreditKarma. I did some research and apparently this trojan steals everything on your computer. Should I expect to have my identity stolen in the future? All that's happened so far (after I cleaned my laptop) is that I get phishing emails every now and then. I had some really important stuff on my computer, and it is making me anxious knowing that my whole i
  3. Gosh, thank goodness it was just a bug. I just got over my anxiety from when my laptop was infected with malware last month. I was about to have another meltdown. Thank you for resolving the issue quickly!
  4. @AdvancedSetup No, I think my laptop and phone are fine now. I apologize for the multiple threads. Thank you for your patience with me. I've definitely learned my lesson about pirating.
  5. Sorry, I forgot to attach the Malwarebytes scan. Still waiting on farbar MWB.txt
  6. # ------------------------------- # Malwarebytes AdwCleaner # ------------------------------- # Build: 06-24-2020 # Database: 2020-07-20.1 (Cloud) # Support: https://www.malwarebytes.com/support # # ------------------------------- # Mode: Scan # ------------------------------- # Start: 07-20-2020 # Duration: 00:00:13 # OS: Windows 10 Home # Scanned: 31837 # Detected: 0 ***** [ Services ] ***** No malicious services found. ***** [ Folders ] ***** No malicious folders found. ***** [ Files ] ***** No malicious file
  7. Thank you for responding. I am trying to do the farbar scan, but it keeps crashing. Same with firefox. I am on my phone now. I will try to upload the other scans at least
  8. Please excuse my typos. Also, all of the scans for both my phone and laptop are telling no threats are found when I know there is.
  9. I don't know what to do. I was beginning to think that my paranoia was getting the better of me until last night. Two pages of my history popped up as in tabs. One was of something I was searched on google (if it's relevant at all, it was something about a permission exploit. I can't remember) and then another was of a message on here. I clicked on that tab and then the page started scrolling up like someone was reading it. I turned off my wifi, reset my laptop and connected to Ethernet in safe mode so I could download the iso windows 10 thing. It still hasn't helped. Just right now I as I was
  10. I ended up completely wiping out my phone and data and resetting my router, but I will still do this just to be safe. Hold on a minute*
  11. @mbam_mtbr I ended up completely wiping out my phone and data and resetting my router, but I can will still do this just to be safe. Hold on a minute
  12. Sorry for the multiple threads. I just have a quick question. I have 2 step verification for my gmail and when I sign in from my laptop, I get a notification saying that my email has logged into a Windows NT 2.0 device. I know that it's obviously me, but I cannot recall my laptop ever popping up as Windows NT 2.0. Apparently this is an old OS? Should I be concerned?
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