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  1. Hi @AdvancedSetup, Sorry for interrupting the conversation. I have the exact same issue and I have followed the steps. I have attached all the files. Thank you! Addition.txt AdwCleaner[C00].txt FRST.txt quarantine_items_malwarebytes_scan.txt
  2. about 3 weeks ago I had to download a software from a site I don't trust called "get into pc" and after about 10 days I noticed windows defender doesn't exist anymore, windows update not working and the pc takes much longer to boot so I downloaded malware bytes and did a scan. It detected 27 malware elements trojans, something called bitcoin miner and some other things, I quarantined them all and installed a new windows and after about a week or so everything happened again and windows defender is deleted again and the pc rakes longer and when I scanned by malwarebytes it detected the same 27 malware elements although I deleted the software I downloaded from that site.. what should I do ?
  3. Title says all, I've ran a full scan of Malwarebytes and it did not detect anything. I started noticing the problem today, a few weeks ago I noticed games that I was once getting 60fps dropped to 10-20 fps and fans were going at full speed and are extremely loud. I installed an external tool that shows CPU usage and I noticed when I opened task manager the the external tool showed CPU usage dropping down to 10% when it was at 80% usage. I believe I have a Bitcoin miner, is their anything I can do to find and delete it or is it just a hardware problem?
  4. Lately i'm getting messages from my Norton antivirus saying that it blocked an attack from "log4.clouduetrika.com" These are the advanced details System Infected: Miner.BitcoinMiner Activity 9 "log4.clouduetricka.com (78.47.121.243, 453)","TCP, Poort 453" The attack resulted from: \DEVICE\HARDDISKVOLUME2\WINDOWS\SYSWOW64\CS-CZ\S-1-5-31\TIWORKER.EXE.
  5. Good day, My laptop got infected with a BitCoinMiner, possibly the same situation as in this case: https://www.reddit.com/r/techsupport/comments/afi615/bitcoin_mining_virus_on_my_laptop_mines_when_idle/ (reddit thread) Guy found something in the task scheduler but I didn't find anything on my end. The DisallowRun thing he did didn't do anything for me either. I tried System Restore but it didn't help. Used Malwarebytes to scan the problem and it found 4 .dll files in the AppContainer path mentioned in the reddit thread. I quarantined and deleted them, restarted the system but it didn't seem to help. Later Malwarebytes detected 2 of the 4 .dll files again, I deleted them. Since nothing helped, I decided to seek help here. Also, today I found out that uTorrent (I know, this thing probably came from the torrents and after all these years of torrenting it finally happened) kinda deleted itself or something? Then Malwarebytes all of a sudden doesn't want to launch as well, giving me the «Unable to connect the Service» error. I tried reinstalling it but I couldn't even uninstall it because it was missing unins0001.msg file. I tried installing Malwarebytes on already exsiting files but the installation setup doesn't even want to start (task manager says it doesn't respond). So yesterday everything was fine, today Malwarebytes is kinda gone - can't launch, can't properly uninstall, can't install the new one... I'm very worried about this situation now and I wonder if I made things even worse for myself which wouldn't be too surprising... Please help
  6. Help, i't seems like my laptop is infected by riskware bitcoinminer I've tried scanning it using Malwarebytes and Adwcleaner but it's always coming back please help me to removing from my laptop. Thank you. There are my Malwarebytes logs, Adwcleaner logs and also Farbar logs Malwarebyteslog.txt AdwCleanerLogs.txt Addition.txt FRST.txt
  7. So I’ve read other forums on this website on how to remove the “Miner.Bitcoinminer Activity 7” that norton keeps popping up, I’ve read other forums and followed what they did but I’m not sure if I did it right, it would be helpful if i could get help from a professional or similar, on the side note I have windows.
  8. Hello. I clicked on a dodgy link and have been plagued with a Bitcoin miner. It disabled my security updates, my Windows updates, and my Antivirus software. I did a reset but kept my personal files as I had some projects I could not lose. I removed the BitCoinMiner.Trojan before resetting. I Have run scans with Avast, AVG, Malwarebytes, tdskiller, and gmer.exe. I have a popup that comes up every time I open chrome saying blocked trojan xmr.omine.org. Just want to get rid of this. I'd appreciate any info on how the analysis into the problem is conducted using these files so if this happens again I can try and do some analysis myself. I am interested in Security and malware analysis. Just was pretty stupid clicking something I knew was dodgy AF. Addition.txt FRST.txt Malwarescan.txt
  9. Recently my laptop has been operating a lot slower and I have been getting non stop notifications from Norton stating that it has blocked an attack from: System Infected: Miner.Bitcoinminer Activity 7. I have done scans with Norton and Malwarebytes with no avail to fix the issue. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you.
  10. Hello, Recently i have downloaded a game from skidrow website. Since then, I am getting a norton security notification that say “norton blocked an attack by: system infected: bitcoinminer activity 7”. the symptoms of this was not be able to run malwarebytes or adwcleaner. Even typing malwarebytes on a browser is shutting it down. The combofix program make the notification go away and some how “clean” the computer and fix the problem. But when I restart my computer, the problem appears again with the same symptoms. I also tried to run malwarebytes chameleon and it runs perfectly, but the program do not find any thread in the system. Note that my cpu/gpu is not affected by that “thing”. Thank you for helping me!! I’m lost right now.
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