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  1. I downloaded a minecraft modpack that someone made a few months ago then randomly it send something to all my discord friends it sent this "lol i found a clean remix crack. use noverify http://www.mediafire.com/file/dgb9legpnunk8za/Remix.zip/file" I told one person I trust and they recommended a factory reset, I would much rather not do that because backing up files is a pain and I have a lot of important files I think this may be a rat on my pc but I don't have a lot of experience with them so i'm not too sure about that I ran the file it sent to everyone and it has 0 viru
  2. The Minecraft launcher and shortcut files are classified as malware by malwarebytes. I am suspicious that this is a false positive as the file has not been updated, and has not been detected in the past. See logs below: Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com -Log Details- Scan Date: 8/19/20 Scan Time: 9:30 PM Log File: 66bfd7f6-e20f-11ea-a916-6c2b5977f5e7.json -Software Information- Version: 4.1.2.73 Components Version: 1.0.1003 Update Package Version: 1.0.28715 License: Premium -System Information- OS: Windows 10 (Build 18362.959) CPU: x
  3. FRST.txtAddition.txt My daughter downloaded this Minecraft texture pack: https://www.planetminecraft.com/texture_pack/kawaii-world-3365736/ My default browser was then changed from Chrome to Microsoft Internet Explorer. I was signed out of Chrome and syncing was disabled. It also changed my default search engine to yahoo. I'm a Malwarebytes Premium subscriber and used it to remove over 140 threats but around 10 keep returning after I restart. The icon for Internet Explorer keeps getting pinned to my taskbar after every restart even though I delete it and Chrome won't restore my last
  4. ***** [ Folders ] ***** PUP.Optional.AdvancedSystemCare, C:\ProgramData\IObit\Advanced SystemCare PUP.Optional.AdvancedSystemCare, C:\ProgramData\Application Data\IObit\Advanced SystemCare PUP.Optional.AdvancedSystemCare, C:\Windows\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Roaming\IObit\Advanced SystemCare PUP.Optional.AdvancedSystemCare, C:\Program Files (x86)\IObit\Advanced SystemCare PUP.Optional.AdvancedSystemCare, C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\IObit\Advanced SystemCare PUP.Optional.AdvancedSystemCare, C:\Windows\SysWOW64\config\systemprofile\AppData\Roaming\IObit\Advanced SystemCare P
  5. Hosting a java based Minecraft server from my computer. Internal IP address works fine for accessing. Cannot use Dyndns (duckdns.org) IP, nor direct IP to connect to the server with Malwarebytes 3.1.2.1733 web protection turned on. It does pop up notices that it blocked a "Java malicious inbound socket detected". BUT, where this SHOULD popup in the exclusions tab for a "previously detected threat", there is nothing listed, so I can't just add an exclusion.I did do a web exclude for website (duckdns.org), and it worked for about 4-5 hours. Then, it blocked access again by itself later on. (EDIT
  6. Hey, I just figured I'd do a scan since it'd been a while, an,d it really freaked me out when it detected 1187 trojans in my recycle bin, haha. I did some lurking through the recycle bin and determined that the only thing in there with so many files would be one of the Minecraft "world" folders I had in there. I deleted them from the recycle bin and ran the scan again, nothing found this time. Just to be sure I figured I'd scan a copy of the folder I had outside the recycle bin, but it got back clean. I then removed the folder(back into the recycle bin), did another scan, and it got back wi
  7. Hi there, I am in a public library with a gaming computer. We have Minecraft on the computer and allow patrons to play, but only in offline mode (no Internet access on the computer). Playing in offline mode requires me to log in to Minecraft while connected to the internet, and then disconnect from the Internet (disable wireless card in the PC). Once I do this, every time Minecraft is launched, the profile name is shown, and the player has the option to click "PLAY OFFLINE", but they also have the option to LOG OUT. If they log out, I have to go through the setup process all over again and
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