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About Kramer1007

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  1. Phew! Thank you Kevin for your detailed response. I will pursue the provided links with interest. Regards
  2. Hi Kevin Thank you for reply. The computer is a family laptop but I've needed to use it on occasion during COVID lockdown. Logs are attached, please note that out of ignorance I ran ccleaner after the .TMP was originally identified (before I had discovered this forum). Requested logs of Adw and malwarebytes are attached. I have included the malwarebytes log when the anomalous file was detected and a recent clear one. Thanks again. AdwCleaner[S00].txt malware_scan_result_infection_25042021.txt malwarebytes_scan_25042021_clear.txt FRST_Addition_2.zip
  3. HI Kevin thank you for your prompt reply. Some of the scans have details of some work software which I'm reticent to post on a public forum - is it possible to contact you directly? Note that the latest malwarebytes scan and the adw scan didn't detect any malicious items. Cheers
  4. Hi Malwarebytes discoved a "MachineLearning/Anomalous100%" during a scan on my Windows 10 laptop. The file is called "BIT66C0.TMP". I'm not sure if this is relevant but I was manually updating Firefox and Chrome during the scan. The Chrome update originally failed (I unfortunately didn't take note of the error message) but after restarting Chrome the update was completed without incident. The computer appears to be working fine and subsequent Malwarebytes scans haven't discovered anything. Perhaps Malwarebytes detected a temp file being created by Chrome during the update? The details
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