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What is Orange Defender Antivirus?The Malwarebytes research team has determined that Orange Defender Antivirus is a rogue anti-malware application. Some of these so-called "rogues" use intentional false positives to convince users that their systems have been compromised. Then they try to sell you their software, claiming it will remove these threats. In extreme cases the false threats are actually the very trojans that advertise or even directly install the rogue.This particular one disables existing security programs and installs other software without user consent.You are strongly advised t
I had Avira installed and read where the programs play well together. I've noticed however, that whenever I choose to quarantine what is found by malwarebytes, the following is logged after an alert " In accordance with security guidelines, the Administrator has blocked access to the registry". I've since added the C:\Program Files\Malwarebytes\Anti-Malware\ folder as an exception, and will do the x86 folder too, but I'm wondering what the best approach is as I'm not sure my current approach is iron -clad. Ideally, I'd like to allow the executable attempting to do what needs to be done only.
Hello! I stumbled onto your forum and I am now concerned. My computer is being strange, It rebooted itself without a timer (after windows updates, etc.). I also have noticed that Avira is not turned on, and I can't seem to turn it back on, it keeps giving me notifications that I need to update it. Once I do, it says that Windows Defender and Avira are not running. Malwarebytes has not detected anything after Trojan-Dropper rtop_svc.exe. Attached are my log files. Thank you so so much! aswMBR.txt Attach.rar DDS.txt
Hi recently I installed a copy of cdrwin from my friend, and part of the instructions for installing was replacing EmRegSys.Dll with a edited version provided, so I found the DLL and replaced it later I saw another text file which said the program came from a cracked source which really annoyed me, because I don't know if the emregsys.dll I replace the system copy with could of been a virus, I did some googling and found that EMRegSys.dll is a virus and only SpyHunter can take care of it, unfortunately after some more researching I found SpyHunter to be a really abusive software. So I scanned