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  1. Hello, I have somehow got a nasty trojan.fakealert into my system, and I do not know how to get rid of it. Malewarebytes sees it, and quarantines it everytime it tries to run, and it adds up, fast. The trojan creates a this folder "C:\Users\GrayDawg\AppData\Local\Temp\msupdate71" and sticks a bunch of files inside it. If I delete it (the files, folder, or both), several times as fast as it is created, then it stops, for as long as I work on my computer, do things, mouse clicks, keyboard etc., but if I stop, it starts all over again within 20 or so seconds. I download and ran t
  2. Detected the below malicious items Trogan.AgentBackdoor.BifroseBackdoor.AgentWorm.BrontokTrojan.FakealertBackdoor.SpynetBackdoor.Agent.GenTrojan.Agent.LMTBackdoor.Agent.TRJBacjdoor.Agent.ETrojan.Agent.SMTrojan.Agent.EI must have scanned with Malwarebyes atleast 20 times today and quarantined them but they still appear.... Please help me. I am on Windows 7 64 bit system.MBytes_Log.txt
  3. Good afternoon, A co-worker has been experiencing some strange behavior and sluggish performance on our shared work PC for the past two weeks. When he showed me the problem, I observed strange behavior: IE8 windows would close before ever loading the page, and twice, the browser was redirected to AOL Mail, where I watched as it created an account and signed in in a matter of seconds before closing on its own. When this happened, a program titled xkadf.exe had over 80% CPU usage according to the task manager. I ran a full Malwarebytes scan and found three instances: Trojan.Ransom.REL, Backd
  4. First off, thank you for helping all of us poor infected souls! It is truly appreciated. 11/28/2012 - Removed 171 malware instances, including, but not limited to, Exploit.Drop.GS, PUM.Disabled.SecurityCenter, PUM.Hijack.TaskManager, PUP.MyWebSearch, RootKit.0Access, Trojan.0Access via MBAM. Repaired and re-registered WMI due to "wmiprvse.exe error. The isntruction at "0x7c910f48" referenced memory at "0x00080179". The memory could not be "written"." <http://windowsxp.mvps.org/repairwmi.htm>. 1/7/2013 - Removed 61 malware files and 7 infected registry keys, including: PUP.FunMoods, PUP.
  5. Hello, I'm seeking expert assistance with removal of the following malware on a Windows 7 machine. Trojan.FakeAlert Trojan.FakeMS PUM.Hijack.StartMenu (two registry entries) I initially observed a rapid series of cascading dialogs stating "Unable to Load Attrib.exe" ." I immediately cut power to the machine. On normal reboot I see a similar series of cascading dialogs stating "Disk Errors Found," then the machine restarts on its own. In safe mode most of my program icons were not visible and many folders were empty. I managed to run a full scan with mbam which found the 4 items as listed above
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