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  1. Updated those programs and also noticed Windows had a couple updates as well. Everything as far as I know is up to date, and I have yet to have those MalwareBytes alerts come back.
  2. Looks like it worked. I'm no longer getting those four riskware alerts every 10 miSecurityCheck.txtnutes. Here is the log.
  3. Okay, I power cycled, it restarted, went back to the 100% complete screen and then booted normally. Here is the ZIP and fixlog. 02.06.2021_16.50.35.zip Fixlog.txt
  4. It’s not. Like I said it went from 0 to 100 pretty quickly and has been stuck at 100 since
  5. Alright. Is this common? Especially since it’s at 100. It went from 0 to 100 in about 5 min and has been stuck on 100 since. at what point is it too long to be stuck at 100? Lol
  6. So I used the fix option and after the process completed, my computer restarted and is now stuck on “Scanning and repairing drive (C:): 100% complete” with the wheel spinning. Been like this for about 10 minutes now. What should I do?
  7. @AdvancedSetup not sure if I have to actually tag you in these replies or not.
  8. @AdvancedSetup not sure if I have to actually tag you in these replies or not.
  9. Here are the logs. FRST.txt Addition.txt MWB Results.txt ADWCleaner Results.txt
  10. Hello, Recently had the misfortune of running into malware of some sort. I installed MalwareBytes and while it removed a bunch of stuff with the initial threat scan (and subsequent scans show no other threats) I notice that it keeps blocking riskware threats, four every 10 minutes to be exact. Was wondering if there was a way to remove these completely and prevent them from returning. I noticed in other forum posts that people were asked to use FRST and provide those logs, so to save time I've done so, along with including screenshots of what keeps getting detected. Hope to hear back soon
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