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  1. During my MalwareBytes Scan, Adware.Elex.Shrtcln keeps showing up as a threat. Every time I quarantine and remove it upon restarting, it keeps returning in a following scan. So I would like some assistance in being able to remove it permanently. Thank you. Threat Summary.txt
  2. I hacked at it for several days and followed these instructions. That being to reset all browsers, set sync and delete the ->google\chrome\default\ files finally malware bytes ran and said that one file was not deleted. If I remember correctly I had seen this before and it had changed names. It was "Preference Saved" or similar but not just plain "Preference." I went to it and deleted it. So far after a full day no problems. It was not "preference" but another preference file. I was surprised that Malwarebytes could not delete it but I could go in and delete it. I think it is where the Search60 virus stores the bot that reinstalls the virus.
  3. Earlier today I saw that when I typed in the searchbar in chrome, google would briefly appear and then would switch to SearchSixty, its a pest of a search engine, I searched my programs, nothing unusual, reset chrome, still pops up, full scanned with avast and malwarebytes, no issues were found, uninstalled and reinstalled chrome, still it pops up every time I use the searchbar, but not if I go to the google homepage, is there something I'm missing to remove it?
  4. So lately, I've discovered a program that is running and in the startup called svcmcx. I don't know what it is for but searching through the internet, I see that it is a trojan or something. It's probably why I keep getting Safe Search as my search engine. I can't even start up Malwarebytes anymore!! Can someone tell me what to do to get rid of this? Thanks
  5. I have been facing the malware issue where the browser gets redirected multiple times ultimately to a phishing attempt. earlier this was on both my laptops for which I realised the issue was with the modem/router. but even after changing the modem and updating the firmware, I still face the issue but only on macOS. MalwareBytes says the system is clean, while I don't see anything strange on my laptop manually as well. please suggest a fix! Thank you.
  6. My windows 7 desktop seems to be infected with some kind of adware. It has evaded multiple malwarebytes scans as well as bitdefender pro scans. There are several culprits, including puttr18, searchbind.net, pipeschannels, adsh*t, etc. These will open in a new tab at any time, even if I click somewhere random on the screen where there isn't any kind of visible trigger. They will either redirect to some scammy site or just close on their own. I have found NO way to prevent this. There appear to be no fishy programs on my computer, no fishy processes running, nothing. Initially virus scanning yielded a couple results, but the problem persists and they no longer find anything. Another thing that happens is that certain words will be highlighted and clicking on them will open some more scam sites. This works and has been tested with both browsers on my computer (chrome and opera) whether in incognito, private browsing, new sessions and users, doesn't matter. This means it's on my computer and not an extension or anything like that.
  7. Hi, I am very new to this. I am so happy I found your site. It detected over 2000 threats. 2 were identified as malware (Please see image) and all the others were PUP files (?). When malwarebytes prompted me to quarantine, I noticed the 2 identified as malware were not on the list. I proceeded with the process anyway and in the final report I did not see those 2 items. Does this mean it was never removed? How would I remove it if they weren't? Thank you, J
  8. I have been working on removing a browser hijacker for over a month now. This program is super hardcore. I have been able to remove all virus and adware for decades ...since my 5 inch monochrome screen said you are stoned and had been infected from a 5 1/4 floppy disk. But this program has me BEAT and I am here asking for HELP. This hijacker (adware...ransomware?) works on both Internet Explorer and chrome....essentially every time I open a page from from home screen I get one of the comcast survey.....You've been infected ...call microsoft pop-ups/redirected page. I have run every virus/adware/ransomware/hijacker detection program and NOBODY can find it. windows 7 pro updated to today avg free up to date 2 hard drives both with a active copy of win 7 Restore system is normally turned on Programs tried AVG Norton "eraser" malwarebytes free adwcleaner Emsisot Emergency Cleaner BDantiransomware I have unenabled all extensions in browsers uninstalled and reinstalled all browsers I have also tried using system restore but that did not work also..... PLS HELP
  9. Hello, I'm new in this forum, Please let me know if i am making any mistake in this post. Recently, a "Secure Search" bar appeared above the Google main page, also, sometimes I am redirected to another page when searching, and other times, I am redirected to Adv pages. I'd runned AdwCleaner Scan and It has found some Adwares, so I proceed to clean them. But after I reboot my PC, they are back again. I runned an Malwarebytes full scan and removed all the malwares, but the sames happens. I attach my last Adwcleaner Scan LogFile. Thanks. logFile.txt
  10. I am at a loss. I have tried every solution I can find but nothing is helping with this issue of some websites redirecting me with what pops up as "onclickrev.com" then takes me to various sites to download flash, virus removal software or other various things. I have tried clearing all data from Safari, starting in safe mode, and scanning with AVG, Malwarebytes, Norton, and Combo Cleaner. Nothing is detected. It mostly happens on search boxes within various websites and some buttons that are clicked on websites. ANY help is greatly appreciated. I have never had an issue that I haven't been able to fix before ? (much less any issues to begin with)
  11. Hello, My name is Ethan and I'd like to request help with malware/rootkit/ad/etc removal. To give you some background, I recently got infected with THIS file. It changed my browser, redirected pages to "eatyellowmango. com", changed file names to ".bat", installed bitcoin miners, 100% CPU usage, and much worse. After 10+ hours of running every AV program I knew, it's mostly gone; but I'm still having issues with what I believe is "Adware.Yelloader" and rootkit(s). I've also gotten a BSOD message three times, saying "irql_not_less_or_equal", but that stopped now. So far, I've ran the following programs: Rkill, Malwarebytes, Chameleon, Zemana, AdwCleaner, HitmanPro, SUPERAntiSpyware, Webroot SecureAnywhere, AVG, Avast, ESET Online Scanner, Sophos, EmsisoftEmergencyKit, Defogger, MiniToolBox, FRST (Logs), and FixTDSS (Unsuccessful) - and I plan to run TronScript soon. (I also ran these programs in SafeMode w/ Network) Everything seems to be normal now, except that I'm having problems running TDSSkiller, JRT, ComboFix, Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit (Missing DDA driver + "The system inaccessible seems inaccessible or encrypted. Scan cant continue"), BitDefender, and some other normal programs such as Razer Synapse. They ask for admin privileges, but they never open afterwords. While I'm not very experienced on this topic, I believe it may be a program/virus denying me access. I'm willing to simply wipe my drives (SSD w/ win10, HDD for storage), but that's the last resort. If you could help, I'd greatly appreciate it. Thank you to anyone who reads/replies to my thread! Addition.txt FRST.txt MB Scan.txt
  12. PUP.Optional.Leacy keeps coming back when I restart the computer by scanning with adwcleaner. Below is the log file: # AdwCleaner 7.0.1.0 - Logfile created on Tue Aug 15 02:21:47 2017 # Updated on 2017/05/08 by Malwarebytes # Database: 08-11-2017.1 # Running on Windows 10 Home Single Language (X64) # Mode: scan # Support: https://www.malwarebytes.com/support ***** [ Services ] ***** No malicious services found. ***** [ Folders ] ***** No malicious folders found. ***** [ Files ] ***** PUP.Optional.Legacy, C:\Windows\System32\config\systemprofile\appdata\local\installationconfiguration.xml ***** [ DLL ] ***** No malicious DLLs found. ***** [ WMI ] ***** No malicious WMI found. ***** [ Shortcuts ] ***** No malicious shortcuts found. ***** [ Tasks ] ***** No malicious tasks found. ***** [ Registry ] ***** No malicious registry entries found. ***** [ Firefox (and derivatives) ] ***** No malicious Firefox entries. ***** [ Chromium (and derivatives) ] ***** No malicious Chromium entries. ************************* C:/AdwCleaner/AdwCleaner[C0].txt - [4557 B] - [2017/8/12 2:44:41] C:/AdwCleaner/AdwCleaner[C1].txt - [1362 B] - [2017/8/12 2:49:26] C:/AdwCleaner/AdwCleaner[C2].txt - [1483 B] - [2017/8/14 23:47:49] C:/AdwCleaner/AdwCleaner[C3].txt - [1683 B] - [2017/8/15 1:1:17] C:/AdwCleaner/AdwCleaner[C4].txt - [1815 B] - [2017/8/15 1:9:4] C:/AdwCleaner/AdwCleaner[S0].txt - [5087 B] - [2017/8/12 2:44:11] C:/AdwCleaner/AdwCleaner[S1].txt - [1205 B] - [2017/8/12 2:49:9] C:/AdwCleaner/AdwCleaner[S2].txt - [1310 B] - [2017/8/14 23:41:33] C:/AdwCleaner/AdwCleaner[S3].txt - [1446 B] - [2017/8/14 23:53:2] C:/AdwCleaner/AdwCleaner[S4].txt - [1513 B] - [2017/8/15 1:1:0] C:/AdwCleaner/AdwCleaner[S5].txt - [1644 B] - [2017/8/15 1:8:55] C:/AdwCleaner/AdwCleaner[S6].txt - [1775 B] - [2017/8/15 1:37:48] ########## EOF - C:\AdwCleaner\AdwCleaner[S7].txt ##########
  13. Few days ago, my computer infected with an adware. Some time, it play an audio to trick me to call a number to get help from microsoft staff. I've tried some method to find and remove it but didn't success (advance scan from windows security center, find it on installed program in Control Panel, some other antivirus software included MalwareBytes). I've attached some result from antivirus software. I would be very grateful if someone cant have me get through of this. (Reset Windows will take a lot of time so I can't do it now) FRST.txt JRT.txt AdwCleaner.txt Addition.txt
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