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@Firefox First want to let you know that I finally heard from Adam V. regarding my ticket. He told me to do just as you suggested - to manually download and install MB 184.108.40.2068. I replied and told him I did that and that I have subsequent issues in not being able to launch Mozilla Firefox or 3 other applications that run with Adobe Air. I will understand if you don't want to bother trying to help me any further. After all, Malwarebytes really should be taking responsibility for this. Nevertheless, I did run the tools as you suggested. When I tried to upload the mb-check zip file, it froze my computer entirely. I wasn't able to close my browser and Alt-Ctrl-Del wouldn't even pop up for me to ask it to shut this down. I ended up having to unplug and remove the battery from my computer, then reboot. I'm going to try to attach the zip file, again, but think I'll post this message, first and then try to attach the file in a reply. If it crashes my computer, again, I don't want to have to retype all of this. I just seem to be going from bad to worse, here. Fingers crossed... _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ please perform the steps below and then post your results in its own topic (start a new topic/post) so we don't interfere with the original poster here.... Let's try and get some logs first so the team can review them and see if they can tell what may be causing your issues.... FIRST: Create and obtain Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (FRST) logs Download FRST and save it to your desktop NOTE: You need to run the version compatible with your system. You can check here if you're not sure if your computer is 32-bit or 64-bit Double-click to run FRST and when the tool opens click "Yes" to the disclaimer Press the "Scan" button This will product two files in the same location (directory) as FRST: FRST.txt and Addition.txt NOTE: These two files will be collected by the MB-Check Tool and added to the zip file for you NEXT: Create and obtain an mb-check log Download MB-Check and save to your desktop Double-click to run MB-Check and within a few second the command window will open, then click "OK" This will produce one log file on your desktop: mb-check-results.zip Attach this file to your forum post by clicking on the "Drag files here to attach, or choose files..." or simply drag the file to the attachment area Thank You, Firefox
This morning, after my morning scan, I woke up to a Spyware.Password file detection in my Steam directory. "C:\Games\Steam\steamapps\common\lone survivor\LoneSurvivor\Adobe AIR\Versions\1.0\Resources\CaptiveAppEntry.exe" to be exact. I have strong feeling that this is a false positive but I'm paranoid so I'm posting my findings here. The log isn't very big so I've just copy-pasted it below: I also ran the file CaptiveAppEntry.exe through Virus Total: https://www.virustotal.com/file/fbc76e2f8020993bb9b4dd3eae31d1426423ce6750cff3b35893d0b0b849d31a/analysis/