Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'easeus'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Announcements
    • Malwarebytes News
    • Beta Testing Program
  • Malware Removal Help
    • Windows Malware Removal Help & Support
    • Mac Malware Removal Help & Support
    • Mobile Malware Removal Help & Support
    • Malware Removal Self-Help Guides
  • Malwarebytes for Home Support
    • Malwarebytes for Windows Support Forum
    • Malwarebytes for Mac Support Forum
    • Malwarebytes for Android Support Forum
    • Malwarebytes for iOS Support
    • Malwarebytes Privacy
    • Malwarebytes Browser Guard
    • False Positives
    • Comments and Suggestions
  • Malwarebytes for Business Support
    • Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection
    • Malwarebytes Incident Response (includes Breach Remediation)
    • Malwarebytes Endpoint Security
    • Malwarebytes Business Products Comments and Suggestions
  • Malwarebytes Tools and Other Products
    • Malwarebytes AdwCleaner
    • Malwarebytes Junkware Removal Tool Support
    • Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit BETA Support
    • Malwarebytes Techbench USB (Legacy)
    • Malwarebytes Secure Backup discontinued
    • Other Tools
    • Malwarebytes Tools Comments and Suggestions
  • General Computer Help and Security Updates
    • BSOD, Crashes, Kernel Debugging
    • General Windows PC Help
  • Research Center
    • Newest Rogue-Ransomware Threats
    • Newest Malware Threats
    • Newest Mobile Threats
    • Newest IP or URL Threats
    • Newest Mac Threats
    • Report Scam Phone Numbers
  • General
    • General Chat
    • Forums Announcements & Feedback

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start





Website URL






Found 2 results

  1. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (Corporate) does not let me load EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Bootable Media. http://www.easeus-down.com/temp/DRW11.0_WIN_PE.exe Is this a false positive? ...Larry
  2. Hi folks, I downloaded the free version of EaseUS partition manager yesterday and shortly after running it following installation, further installation of unwanted programs took place. I cannot be 100% certain that the EaseUS partition manager contains these but it has to be more than coincidence as they installed a matter of seconds after I ran EaseUS for the first time. This is on a fresh install of Windows 7 64 bit with few other applications. Details of the unwanted software: - conduit toolbar / extension / addon / plugin - seen in Chrome and Firefox toolbars - trustworthy toolbar extension plugin - seen in Firefox - AVG PC tune up installed Conduit replaces the default search engine with theirs and also the startup page URL. It's installed as a toolbar in Chrome for certain and I think Firefox as well. It is also installed as Windows application. Trustworthy toolbar is installed in firefox. Removal via standard Uninstall a program in Windows - remove Conduit remove conduit from search engines list in Chrome in settings remove conduit url from setting for page to open when chrome starts change home page url back to what you want in standard settings disable conduit and trustworthy addon / plugin / extension / toolbar in firefox Remove AVG tuneup via standard uninstall that seams to get rid of the visible manifestions - but I am now paranoid about what is lurking unseen, root kit I feel that I am justified in suspecting EaseUS as a carrier of these programs as all of it happened right after running EaseUS for the first time. I have used this software before and found it to be useful without problems, so it would appear that this malware has been included in more recent versions. Other reasons why I am suspicious of it: - It's free software - there's a lot of good free honest software out there but I guess they want to make their money in this case some how - by ad revenue from changing browser URL to the conduit search engine - It is made in a country that are among those that have been suggested in reports as the source of hacking on large scale at large organisation Norton did not detect any issue with the epm.exe install package downloaded that contains the EaseUS partition manager - and presumably suspected of containing above unwanted software. I'm rather disappointed in EaseUS if they have included this stuff in their installation.
Back to top
  • Create New...

Important Information

This site uses cookies - We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.