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  1. So i got infected by a key logger i scanned it with malwarebytes. Then i tried the guy who keylogged me to rat but he somehow knew its a rat after i scanned and deleted every bad thing so how to remove it or i need to reinstall windows ? Sorry im dumb im only 12
  2. Hello, For past 1 month i am getting G.exe / UnKnown Application preventing shutdown message in both my standard and admin user login accounts in Win 10 PC. I have licensed version of malwarebytes (Premium and AdwCleaner) and they all run clean without any issue. Norton doesn't return any issue. https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/226720-gexe-removal/?page=3 Following from the above thread, i have been able to use GUIPropView and able to see a lone "g" . What is annoying is i used all my past skills using dos, procmon and Process Explorer(sysinternal) to find this PID/Handle but they all return empty. I can't figure out from where this nasty thing is originating from since Process and Instance FileName are reported empty from GUIPropView. Please help in fixing the UnKnown application preventing shutdown issue in my PC(Last option if any before factory resetting my PC) Thanks, Appukuttan
  3. Hi. Not sure if this is the correct forum for my question but seemed the best place. Does anyone know if Malwarebytes has any conflicts with anti-keylogging software? I am thinking of installing Zemana Antilogger but wonder if: a) Malwarebytes already does these things and, b) if there would be any conflicts between the programs. Any advice appreciated. Cheers!
  4. Hi! There are two processes in my windows 10 that are worrying me. The first is the KMS Connection Broker, which opens and closes at all times, always for a few seconds. My connection is quite slow, the downloads that happened at 1mb / s are now slowing down to about 50kb / s. Can this process contain a virus? I have already identified and deleted the KMS-R@1n logs following information from the forum, but this KMS Connection can not resolve in any way. Can it be related to the slow downloads? The other is Runtime Broker. I understand it's a windows process, but it's behaving strangely. It is taking up many MBs of memory and is running in processes and apps (which I do not even use!) Like: Microsoft Pay, Microsoft Store, Search, Windows Shell, People ... I've gone through all the anti-virus, anti-malware, registry error brokers, and nothing was found. Can you tell if it's a virus, a keylogger, or something? Are these processes 100% secure?
  5. Hello, today I saw that I have 2 winlogons. But previous week I didn' t had a keylogger. I installed anti-malware bytes and scanned. The scan said that there was no malicious software found or something. It didn't found my keylogger. Please help, this is really important for me. Thanks all
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