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  1. Malwarebytes blocked a site with address ia801509.us.archive.org several times in the space of a couple of minutes earlier today. I am aware of archive.org as a website, but I haven't accessed the website either when this occurred, or in recent times. I wasn't downloading any files, and all I had open was a new blank tab in Google Chrome. There are no options for blocking or whitelisting the site, and Malwarebytes automatically tried to add it to the list of ignored items. Is this site malware? And why was Malwarebytes ignoring the threat despite being reported as malware? After a full scan, no malware or other threats have been detected, so really I'm at a loss. Attached are the details for one of the scans. All the highlighted reports are for this threat. The threat came from my Google Chrome application. Any ideas?
  2. Hello, I am having an issue with my computer. Yontoo, identified as adware, continues to infect my pc. I use malwarebytes to scan and quarantine my pc multiple times a day to keep it running smoothly. I was wondering if there was a way to stop it from coming back. I have linked Farbar FRST and Addition in this message. Thank you for your time, FRST.txt Addition.txt
  3. Hello. I'm definitely looking forward to using your program but the "0 of 383 threats quarantined" stage got stuck in the Threat removal process. Please help. my computer is acting up and I want to get it fixed ASAP so I don't have to get my dad a new one. Thanks mate!
  4. I honestly have no idea how this got on my computer. I have manually deleted it multiple times and it keeps reappearing, I'm genuinely considering a fresh Windows installation because it's beyond aggravating. It opens multiple unknown background processes that slow down my PC dramatically, I've seen 10+ of these at once. And when I see what the n0B process is linked to, it's "republican.exe" Although, Malwarebytes has discovered that it tries to send websites information. And each time I press close, a new popup appears with the same process and a different website. Constantly. I have found where the application is located and every time I delete it, it re-appears. d And according to Malwarebytes, there are 0 threats detected. If anyone knows how to get rid of this virus, please message me. Thanks, Jack
  5. Hi, I own the premium version of malwarebytes,but everytime I try to remove an exclusion it adds itself back to the exclusions list again.I am using malwarebytes version 3.3.1.2183 Thank you
  6. Hello. I recently tried to download a file but it had malware. I already removed the program and ran Malwarebytes, but since then, my cmd has been popping up with this (I've attached the screen cap). There is also another window, but it only appears after I reboot my laptop. I frequently remove the quarantined files, but it doesn't affect this.
  7. Hi I have a problem my Google account gets hacked every 3 to 6 months, and I'm pretty sure its spyware. You see I use to have a Samsung Galaxy S5 and I was trying out different News apps and Web browsers and somewhere along the I must have picked up some malware. Anyway about six months ago I got a new phone (Samsung Galaxy S8) hoping that would help me get away from the malware I mean I didn't use the Smart Switch Mobile to carry over my installed apps instead emailed myself my installed apps, but I also copied over the contents of my SD card to my new phones SD card and I'm %99 positive I didn't copy over the Android folder. Well just like then whenever scan with Malwarebytes it finds nothing, So whats going on here? Somehow someone is hacking my Google account fortunately the last hacks were automatically blocked by Google.
  8. I have been getting Avast popups for a while stating there is malware trying to access System32.exe but scans reveal nothing. I have previously tried trying to find support on another forum but it they just suggested I upgrade my PC as it is 7 years old, however this is not viable due to the number of upgrades I have done on it (only the processor and motherboard are original) and the cost of a new equivalent would be too much. Addition.txt FRST.txt report.txt
  9. Hello, I was going to download a game called Stranded Deeps but it was a fake .iso but I didn't know it and I got a trojan that was very strong. My brother tried help me and installed this software with Premium Trail and scanned a few times, it removed over 45 virsuses and like 500 ad stuff. But this one keeps re-adding itself even when deleted by malwarebytes.. even after saying its gone everytime you close malwarebytes after retstart its up and running. We have scanned malwarebytes with rootkits and selected a disk where all my files are selected and the only one popping up is always this Trojan.BitCoinerminer called xmrig. Can anyone please help me? it takes 100% CPU instantly and I have 3.6 Ghz always when I have malwarebytes closed down its up 80% running. I am willing to provide with scans of .txt if u send me programs which actually can delete it cus it lierally wont get deleted from malwarebytes premium scans.
  10. I've been trying to get rid of this persistent malware for the past 5 days, nothing has worked so far. I do a threat scan on malwarebytes and it finds between 137 and 142 different instances of this malware called Adware.Neoreklami.ChrPRST. I quarantine and delete it, then restart my computer as requested and it comes back. I've also used adwcleaner and it didn't get rid of it either. I've attached a copy of my scan from malwarebytes and FRST. scan.txt FRST.txt Addition.txt
  11. I've had this thing, (malware is my best guess) since june last year and all attempts to remove it from my system have failed. Even people i know working in fields that require moderate knowledge of malware/virus protection etc guided me throught different removal methods. Which sadly wasnt enough either. So after 3 lifetimes worth of removal guides,scans, support agents and programs u name it, It seemd when Malwarebytes was mentioned in all manners, it was always the top choice / unrivaled when it comes to malware removal. so took me this long to figure out asking for professional help her just might do it. Hope someone can help me out! Kind regards Kristian FRST.txt Addition.txt malwarebytes log.txt
  12. my computer works very slowly and any antivirus is blocked by some kind of malware, i run a lot of scans but not able to find the problem should i install win 10 from fresh i have a lot of docs, pictures and videos on my laptop harddrive what do you recomend? i am now connected from another laptop as mine doesn t allow me to connect to internet or i connect but very slow
  13. Hi guys. I recently started to notice that whenever I play a game, any game, I get a smooth 120 fps but then after a couple of minutes it drops to about 20 to 10 fps. I found out after some time what the problem was. When I opened task manager I could see that 2 processes are using like 90% of my gpu. They were called csrss.exe (Client Server Runtime Progress) and Desktop Window Manager. I did some research as to why they are doing this and some stuff I read said that it could be a bitcoin generator or something like that. It happens with every game I play. Csgo, Fallout4, you name it. The funny thing is when I am in game, I guickly alt tab to task manager and then for a good 2 seconds I can see these 2 processes use like 90% of my gpu, but then it immediately goes down to 1% after these 2 seconds. Can someone please tell me what the problem is and if it a malware?
  14. I have the same problem: Real-Time Protection will not turn on. I followed the suggestion above and attached the zip file. I am running Windows 10 64bit on my desktop. What do I need to do? Thanks- mb-check-results.zip
  15. A bunch of weird things is happening: Restarting at random points Also, now I noticed a way to get passed it, by clicking on the icon on macos but now it is not working. Mail seems weird with notifications fading I am on version macos 10.12.6
  16. Hello. I recently tried to download a file but it had malware. I already removed the program and ran Malwarebytes, but since then, my cmd has been popping up with this (I've attached the screen cap). There is also another window, but it only appears after I reboot my laptop. I frequently remove the quarantined files, but it doesn't affect this.
  17. I might be paranoid but better safe than sorry, right? Yesterday my email account through Comcast (username@comcast.net) got hacked and I lost a bunch of important emails. I'm afraid that while the account was under the control of someone/thing else I also got hit with malware and they deleted the email used to cover their tracks. Would you advise that I run a scan to see if there's something in there which shouldn't be? At this point, I'm not seeing any adverse effects but, like I said, I'm paranoid. Thanks
  18. Well I managed to get my first virus in a decade due to negligence and being tired. Having a hell of a hard time actually getting rid of it though. I've formatted and reinstalled windows twice now each time I've ran Malwarebytes once and it finds ~170 threats that I quarantine, then 2 "Registry Value" PUP's repeatedly keep popping up. I've traced the Registry Key path that Malwarebytes gives me to a corrupted folder that contains what is being generated but even after deleting those in my Registry it continues to generate those 2 small PUP's from somewhere else but I don't have super in-depth knowledge of Registry files so it's hard to find the origin source. As i've said this is my first virus in a decade and i've never had one this deep so at this point i'm at a loss on what my actions are. I've enclosed a couple files including my malwarebytes report of the two PUP's in question, and a screenshot comparing the Registry Key being created & location to the Registry Value path that Malwarebytes leads me on. I'm hoping to maybe get some feedback on what I could be looking for in my registry (or if someone can spot it in my brief screenshot) or if there are any trusted programs that can help the registry? Or is my only option trying to Hardwipe everything with DBAN? If I used DBAN would it absolutely necessary to DBAN even my external HDD? Literally any help or feedback is appreciated, thank you. Addition.txt FRST.txt updatePUP.txt
  19. My desktop PC has been infected by what I think is a malware called "Cloud Net" (This .exe is running permanently and refuses to be killed by task manager, it also appears at about the same time i noticed issues). When I run some EXE files (Especially anti-virus software like MalwareBytes, FRST and MBAR), the program closes them and then deletes the exe (This also happens with random programs like DS4Windows). I have no way to get rid of this since all Anti-Virus options are either blocked or deleted. I have no idea what to do now. Help! Also, I know i'm supposed to post my MalwareBytes and FRST results but i simply cannot run either of these programes since Malwarebytes gets blocked altogether and FRST gets closed and deleted.
  20. I have this problem, whenever I try to download my AMD drivers for my graphics card the Rx 480, my computer crashes during the display install. I thought that it might have been Malwarebytes thinking that what I was installing was malware, so I turn off Malwarebytes to install my drivers. It crashed anyway but I realize that Real-Time (web) Protection will not stay on and when I started up my computer, Real-Time (web) Protection and malware protection was off. I'm assuming that when I shut it down and tried to download the drivers that is when I got an infection and I need help to get rid of it. another thing that happened is that malware said that rootkit scanning was shut off Addition_04-03-2018 09.25.30.txt FRST_04-03-2018 09.25.30.txt mb-check-results.zip
  21. I opened a link from a Google result and saw command prompt open and close twice. I could not see what was going on. I want to make sure my computer was not infected with Malware. I have downloaded Malwarebyte and run the scan. I also ran FRST per suggestion on other thread. I am including log files for Malwarebyte as well as FRST.txt and Addition.txt. Please review and let me know if my computer is infected. Thank you for your help. Addition.txt FRST.txt MalwarebyteScanResults.txt
  22. I think I have some malware on my computer, I lose administrator privilege to files, sometimes other network adapters show up and i have had other devices show up on my network. I have tried different scans and nothing shows up. Also, many devices show they have migrated to my computer and I dont undrstand it at all Any help with this would be greatly appreciated and I have attached the scans for you. FRST.txt malwarebytesresults.txt
  23. Hi: I have two computers, one Windows 10 Pro 64 bit and one Windows 7 64 bit. Both were infected with Trojan.Inject.BED somehow and antivirus that discovered it was IT Brain which is based on Bitdefefnder antivirus. I was able to successfully remove the virus from the Windows 7 computer using rkill, jrt, adwcleaner, malware bytes, (did not find anything at all), susperantispyware, (onlny found tracking cookies), and Combofix, (ultimately removed the infection permanently). The virus did not come back on reboot on the Windows 7 computer but it does come back on the WIndows 10 computer because I cannot run Combofix on it because it is not compatible. On the WIndows 10 computer I have ran all of the above, (except Combofix), plus Dr. Web Cure It, Hitman Pro, RogueKiller, Internet Complete Repair, (flushes DNS, winsock, etc), ZHP Cleaner, (useless), Spybot Search & Destroy, Hijack This, TDSSKiller, KVRT, Emsisoft Emergency Kit, plus a bunch of others but to no success. I have included the FRST and addition logs from Farbar. I have also included the Combofix Log Files from the successfully cleaned Windows 7 computer if that helps. Please help. I do not want to have to reload as this computer is fairly new and recently set up. Addition.txt FRST.txt ComboFix.txt ComboFix-quarantined-files.txt
  24. I've been struggling with malware that keeps coming back to my Windows install. This Windows install is not clean because I haven't had the need to use it since I use Debian as my main OS This is the second time I do a Windows restore since everytime I try to clean dlls the system breaks down I've used malwarebytes, spybot search and destroy and I get a clean analysis so I tried to use boot up recovery disks, sfc /scannow and lastly "Unhack me" where I could see the suspicious files but manually since the programs above trust all "Trusted installer " signed files and processes, after that I used SVChostanalyzer and Security Task Manager and realized suspicious instructions inside of wininit.exe, services.exe, lsass.exe ,one of them being a on purpose BSOD when you kill a certain process so that the rootkit can backup itself, another being a programmed memory.dmp creation instruction and as usually many instances of svchost.exe are not a good sign. I uploaded two of these files to Hybrid-Analysis (online sandbox analyzer) ; svchost.exe Which showed header timestamps into the future (2050) and forged Microsoft signatures Inside of lsass.exe I found TCP connections an Ip which seems to be part of Akamai-Technologies I already know that the best option is to make a clean and secure install in this partition but I wanted to know if this is could possibly be work of an enteprise stealing data or just maybe someone who is playing with tools and tunneling this to that Ip, I would gladly receive any counsel, comment or help for this issue if there was any to kill this malware without the cleanup. Thanks svchost.txt lsass.txt
  25. So thank god for my older brother finding out about the crytomining drive by going on now effecting millions of people. I was one of them as my computer would start up launch chrome in background and will cause HDD usage to 100%. I used adwCleaner and found the PUPs. I actually said screw it and uninstalled Chrome entirely and Im now using Firefox. Now I did try and using aswMBR to scan and did see something show up in gold in some sorts saying somelike "memory lockup" for a driver or something and then it BSOD in in regular and safe mode. This is making me feel uneasy and I did make a scan with Farbar and wanted to know if you guys see something that sticks out like a sore thumb. Thanks guys!!! FRST_13-02-2018 02.12.54.txt Addition_13-02-2018 02.12.54.txt Shortcut_13-02-2018 02.12.54.txt
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