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  1. Last week, I downloaded a program offline that I thought was safe, however, it ended up being off of the wrong website (wrong domain) and I ran the .exe file, after that, my amazon account was compromised... I don't know if that was just a coincidence or if I am still infected? Please help, thank you
  2. I got a virus that renames .exe files by adding "g" to them (example: gfirefox.exe). Not just that it hides the .exe files, so they don't appear when i searched them. It's ruining a lot of my files so please help....
  3. So i just have this weird detection were avast detects different .exe files. I cant open chrome because of this.
  4. 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 o
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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 t
  8. Hi. I registered because I have a problem. I don't know if this is the right website, but I've found a similar problem to mine on two websites, yours is one of them. https://forums.malwarebytes.org/topic/119495-exe-files-wont-open-in-windows-xp/ Here is the topic I found and followed a little bit, which I know that I shouldn't have done so. I was searching for a programme to open some files named "sf1" and google pointed me towards a malicious programme named "Advanced file optimizer". Before I downloaded it, my antivirus ESET NOD32 warned me about it, that it is suspicious, but I ignored
  9. This can be reproduced (for the time being). The game League of Legends (http://na.leagueoflegends.com/) latest installment will toss a false positive. Attached are the requested files. logs.zip LoLPatcher.zip Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware.zip
  10. After running a scan and restarting my computer, everything that I try to open gives me a ______.exe bad image error. Some things open anyway, others don't.
  11. I am running windows XP and have 512 ram (Dinosaur), I removed java completely a while ago and decided to try it again. I can download it, and it is in Chrome downloads, and in download folder's too. But when I try to "open" it, nothing happens. I gave up, and a few days later, I tried to download and open a memory test, it wouldn't "open" either. It too is in my download folder I googled ".exe files won't open running windows XP" and It brought me to a forum post here. I don't have the same symptoms as the post but the solution offered may solve my problem. Njustice replied to the forum and o
  12. Hi guys, I must've browsed something bad because I currently cannot open any .exe files yet I can open whatever is on my system tray. I also tried doing the basic registry fix that Microsoft recommends when you can't open exe files under HHKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exe and HHKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile... but those appeared to be normal. I am also an Avast customer but unfortunately it did not detect anything so I may have to start using Malwarebytes instead. I ran Malwarebytes and all it found was some PUP.BundleOffers.IIQ files which I had malwarebytes remove and I am pasting below. I restarted and ran
  13. Hello, since two days I face an issue when trying to open Excel within my Standard User account - after almost 2 years without problems. There is no difference in double clicking an .xlsx file in Windows Explorer, choosing Excel pinned to the Start Menu, clicking on Start>>All Programs>>Microsoft Office>>Microsoft Excel 2010, or picking the Application file in C:\Program files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office14. When doing so, I receive the message "Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You ay not have the appropriate permissions to access the item." All ot
  14. Merged 3 post (Reposted from PC Help - Thank you mods for pointing me to the correct forum) This is going to be a mouthfull, so a million thank-you's before hand. I'm working on a shared computer my office. I come in after several days off to find that the computer has a fake antivirus program. I don't know who downloaded it or from where. I run Malwarebytes Antimalware and Superantispyware as my protection programs. I was unable to update due to the fake antivurus, so I restarted in safe mode and ran some scans there. I ran a scan for both Malwarebytes and Superantispyware and this is what I
  15. This is going to be a mouthfull, so a million thank-you's before hand. I'm working on a shared computer my office. I come in after several days off to find that the computer has a fake antivirus program. I don't know who downloaded it or from where. I run Malwarebytes Antimalware and Superantispyware as my protection programs. I was unable to update due to the fake antivurus, so I restarted in safe mode and ran some scans there. I ran a scan for both Malwarebytes and Superantispyware and this is what I found (Note to readers: The logs say "No Action Taken" becuase I saved the logfile before I
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