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Hello hard working malwarebytes community, as the thread title states I've caught a bitcoin virus which masquerades as the Java Update Scheduler (jusched.exe) and which starts by itself (even after killing the process several times) and makes my graphics card run at maximum power (as expected). I'd guess the other one in the task manager (Java Update Scheduler (32 bit)) is the original. Now I've read a couple of posts on this in this forum about the virus and the cleaning process and have already run Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit with no findings and ESET Online Scan found the threat under: Now I am unsure whether simply deleting the files will fix my problem or if other actions on my part would be advisable. I figured this would be the best place to ask for help. Thanks in advance! Best