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  1. So i just have this weird detection were avast detects different .exe files. I cant open chrome because of this.
  2. Hello, I'm new to the forum so excuse if this post is not in the correct place but i really need some help on this one.. My fathers computer has been running terribly slow and he says it's been turning off and restarting and just acting strange. So i figured i can run malwarebytes + other virus scanners, CCleaner, clear his cache and cookies and web history and i figured that would do the trick but after i did all the troubleshooting, the same symptoms are appearing. So i pulled up netstat and I found out his computer is connecting to pornhub.com via firefox sessions( which aren't open) and 1sass.exe appears to be the one that's opening them? I've tried scanning with multiple antivirus programs, tried different firewalls. I tried going through command prompt to delete the file but it woudln't allow me to do so. I've attached a screenshot. What should i do? Thank you
  3. I have done some digging and found my pc to be infected with the malware that auto generates the g***.tmp files into the windows folder. I have seen you all help a few other people and would like to be aided as well. Thank you in advance
  4. Hello, so I'm having a lot of issues with my PC right now. I'm running windows 10. Whenever I try to open pretty much any .exe file, it gives me the error: "The requested resource is in use". I have had this problem for about a month now but it has really gotten annoying now. I looked it up before and found a solution for it when I first got it and I downloaded some external malwarebytes program which got rid of the problem for a while. I just now noticed that the problem has came back and the external program doesn't work. I have been trying to fix this for hours now, looking on many websites for a solution but none of them worked. I can't run any anti malware program so I'm not sure what to do. Any support would be greatly appreciated.
  5. Hello, Someone tried to hack my PC. Installed a number of suspicious software and tools, disabled Windows Defender by a group policy, and there is a virus/malware I can not remove from my system. Once Windows 10 boots this file "g****.tmp.exe/g****.tmp" is automatically generated in the Windows temp folder and every time I end the task/process from the task manager and delete the files they generate again when I restart the Windows and Windows Defender is ineffective to clean my system. I managed to remove most of the suspicious software and tools and turn on Windows Defender. But there are some security issues I need to correct. Could you please help? I think my security issues are similar to "Kevin777" topic. https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/194088-a-tmpexe-files-in-the-temp-folder-malware-or-a-browser-hijacker/ Thank you.
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