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  1. Hello everyone, I am a long time user of MalwareBytes Free and believe it good practice to run a good AV and Malware tools as standard PC security. I am raising this query because i have seen anomalies over a long time (over a year) and am now thinking it could be the security products. I run the latest Avast Free AV and Malware Bytes free along with Hotspot shield free VPN. i regularly do Avast boot time scans and Malware Bytes HDD scans in windows. After these scans occasionally i see odd issues ranging from file associations reverting back, occasional application reinstalls and
  2. Good morning, I am getting a message every 15 minutos from AVAST. This message tells that AVAST blocked the connection to URL called by the process C:\windows\system32\svchost.exe I analyzed my computer using several softwares such as MBAM, Adwcleaner, TDSSKILLER or HitmanPro and they haven't find any issue. Could you help me with this topic? Thanks in advance
  3. Starting about 2-3 weeks ago, my PC began to lag alot more when it came to the internet and other applications, I began losing connection alot more, and, me, being suspicious of it, decided to run scans (I run them daily). Full, Quick, Cusom, on things like Avast, MBAM, SUPERantispyware, etc, all came up with nothing except tracking cookies. A few hours ago, my computer randomly BSOD'd. Its 4 years old, Windows 7, I believe 64 bit, and an ACER. I'd like help to see if I'm actually infected or not, and, if I am, how to clean my computer. All help is welcome!
  4. I received a notification Avast for this. A full scan with Malwarebytes did not find anything. I wasn't doing anything in particular at the time, I had just turned on this laptop and had signed on to Skype. My Firefox opened up all of a sudden and sent me to a weird link, though it never connected. I quickly closed out of it. Then the Avast notification came. I wasn't exactly sure if I was infected or not, because I couldn't find anything specfic. I asked in another section of this forum and something suspicious was found by a admin. DDS.txt DDS (Ver_2012-11-20.01) - NTFS_x86 Internet
  5. Hello! My name is Rok and i would need your help. So i use Malwarebytes Pro and Avast! for antivirus. Yestrday i ran full systemscan on avast and it found some rootkit under c:\windows\system32\nvaudcap64v.dll. avast asked me to preform full systemscan before win starts up so i did that but it didnt found anything usefull. I scanned whole pc with MBAM earlier but didnt found anything usefull either. Picture is in attachment. Hope you can help me. Thanks in advance, Rok
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