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  1. Recently I suffered an attack on my PC. I ran windows defender (the default option in Windows 10) and it identified a Trojan. This attack among other things, deleted a bunch of my files. I decided to try malwarebytes and it quarantined a bunch of files. However, I am constantly receiving notifications every minute about a website that malwarebytes is blocking time and time again. I am uploading a screenshot of this notification. What should I do to fix this? An unrelated question would be, can a trojan read pictures and identify words on a picture? Tha
  2. When any browser is opened after upgrading to MB to 3.x, there are constant MB popups, BIG ONEs that show website blocked. The website is elasticbeanstalk.com, and each popup has a different sub-domain-name (see image attached where the red highlighted area changes with each popup from MB). I could exclude them all, but they are still pounding on the door. When it is happening, browsers have a hard time loading anything. I read sticky about running the "free" third-party scanner called Farbar(?) and read the data it sends. My response is 'really"!!! I see no logic in revea
  3. Hello guys, unfortunately im beeing confronted with performance issues and supposedly attacks on my computer. As you can read in the title svchost is getting blocked infrequently with alternating source ip adresses. Thank you for your help in advance. FRST.txt Addition.txt
  4. Hello. I don't know where else to put this, so I will put it here. One day I was on Google chrome and when I opened a new tab, it went to the bing search engine. I got that fixed, but then my default search engine was bing. The next day(today) it said that someone tried to open my gmail. I just changed my password.The reason i am not scanning with DDS is because this is web malware. Please use web browser/hacker detector scanners instead of normal malware scanners like MBAM, RougeKiller, or ComboFix. Thanks, and I hope you can help. P.S: the email hacker's info and date was: Wednesday, Februar
  5. Hi everyone, i'm having a chronic problem with Svchost.exe having connections with random IPs. For the past 3 days now Mbam has been blocking many incoming IP connections under the Svchost process, with all IP addresses coming from Ecatel LTD in the Netherlands (except for 1 attempt yesterday from Harbin, China). I'm seeing these blocked connections about 10 times per day, and they seem to be from different Ecatel IPs each time. The latest IP was 93.174.93.67. All ports targeted were different each time. Also, today after another IP connection block, that same IP ended up invoking my BitDef fi
  6. Ran Malarebytes without finding this and can't seem to navigate to these popular sites in any of my browsers, Google, Firefox, IE. just get that screen asking to complete a survey, although malwarebytes has been blocking it all I get now is a blank page... after looking at the DDS file it looks like I have a few issues... your help is greatly appreciated heres the files from DDS: DDS (Ver_2012-11-20.01) - NTFS_x86 Internet Explorer: 10.0.9200.16537 BrowserJavaVersion: 10.21.2 Run by Administrator at 11:40:52 on 2013-05-08 Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 6.1.7601.1.1252.1.1033.18.3067.165
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