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  1. Also this Hitmanpro log should be good ? HitmanPro_20210530_2212.log
  2. After seeing what Kaspersky found, some Password related trojan now I have a question. If I changed my passwords while having that infection in my PC are my passwords safe, or should I change them again ? Thank you for your time.
  3. Hello, here are the logs: autoruns.zip msert.log Kspy Scan.zip
  4. oh wow, our timezone must be 180 degrees difference. I searched on other websites for possible stuff I would need to do and one recommended installing HitmanPro and it keeps finding something in system32, says delete on reboot and after reboot it's still there and it still finds it as a malicious file. Attached Log of HitmanPro scan. I would prefer not formatting my drive since I don't have another drive to store my encrypted files on.. but if you say it's hard to know this one is safe I don't know what to do. HitmanPro_20210528_0934.log
  5. Thank you very much, I have attached the fixlog.txt so you can have a look over it tomorrow. Fixlog.txt
  6. Should I be worried by that registry Restriction for Windows defender ? another program has found DisableAntiSpyware in the Windows Defender registry folder. Is this made by Malwarebytes in order to disable Win. Defender ? Also I've noticed some ATTENTION marks on FRST log regarding some svchost.exe files
  7. Hello and thank you for your valuable time. Here are the attached logs in order: Malwarebytes scan results.txt AdwCleaner[C00].txt FRST.txt Addition.txt
  8. Hello,yesterday I managd to infect my pc with ransomware, all my files are encrypted now but I've run Malwarebytes and a few other programs and managed to delete the infection. Now, a day after, I found out that my facebook account had given admin rights to another account that I could not remove from the main account. I managed to remove him from another account and after a few seconds my facebook page changed language to some Asian dialect and I started the process to change my password and all that stuff. By the time I was done, he had admin rights again. During this struggle to find out what was actually going on, Malwarebytes notified me of 2 inbound blocked connections ( attached picture ). I have no idea how the person got into my FB account without any notifications because I also had 2FA activated on it and all the notifications turned on. What does this mean and what do you recommend I would do ?
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