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Hi! Last week my Bitdefender started to detect a CoinMiner thread. It blocks it and then deletes it every time, but it keeps happening every day when I turn on my computer. I have seen that there are other people in this forum with the same problem but I am not sure how to proceed. I am scared of deleting something that I shouldn't and ruin my PC. Any kind of help would be very much appreciated.
Ran into some nasty malware and don't want to experience that again. Malwarebytes (free) saved me. I have a subscription to Bitdefender, but did not have it installed at the time. After MWB got rid of the demon, I reinstalled Bitdefender (in the middle of an annual subscription), and BD told me to get rid of MWB. I've since found this thread: Wondering at the wisdom or running both Malwarebytes Pro and Bitdefender together on the same machine. Again, I don't want to experience that demon again.
Hi, AFAIK, conventional wisdom used to say that a computer should only use one antivirus software, because it might interfere with another. Does this still hold true? I'm thinking about subscribing to Malwarebytes Premium. Thanks, mac b
So, I have always run Malwarebytes premium along side Eset, and most recently, Bitdefender. All of a sudden, I found my windows 7 PCs were doing things like slowing down, refusing to shut down, and loosing the ability to browse the internet despite the computer saying I was connected. At first, I thought the problem was with bitdefender's new update. When I uninstalled bitdefender, the problems would stop. I had just about decided to go back to Eset when I found that I had the same problem with Eset running along side malwarebytes premium. I have never had this problem before, and again, it is only my windows 7 PCs. My windows 10 PCs don't seem to be having a problem. I'm assuming that it is an issue with malwarebytes premium now. Any help would be appreciated.