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  1. Dear sir / madam, mobileFXStudio Ltd is UK based company and we produce ActiveX software components for OLE/COM enabled programming languages. Lately we have been receiving numerous emails from both customers and evaluators that our product WebKitX ActiveX is blocked by MalwareBytes products during download and generates positive ntofications during scan when analysed by Malware.AI engine. We believe this is due to the nature of the product which is an OLE/COM Wrapper of Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF3). The software is used by companies that wish to add HTML5 Webkit Browser to their software products and being Chromium implements a vast array of device, system and file access routines. Our setup files are digitally signed and we compile CEF engine, our products, and the included sample exectutables on an isolated build server running Malware Bytes Premium 4.3.0. Product MD5 SHA-1 Download Link WebKitXActiveX WinXP x86 v2.2.0.14683 1a4dee4e56b3c9afa8fd848564b88fa5 17f406587fccbfa226c8c5e5bfac463d089fe4e3 WebKitX_CEF3_ActiveX_WinXP_x86_v2.2.0.14683.exe WebKitXActiveX x64 v4.0.0.14679 c0c7f0a2665e832da8ad257a0893061c 4536d555d65f359b913880f290cc2be46a087df3 WebKitX_CEF3_ActiveX_x64_v4.0.0.14679.exe WebKitXActiveX x86 v4.0.0.14679 c1110781239f11d6b5a1a42ba63ad7d0 0688ba2565f494efc91b3d1f0938843dc7afdaa8 WebKitX_CEF3_ActiveX_x86_v4.0.0.14679.exe https://www.webkitx.com/FF0D793D-889E-40F4-A491-44049F4F38AD/WebKitX_CEF3_ActiveX_WinXP_x86_v2.2.0.14683.exe https://www.webkitx.com/FF0D793D-889E-40F4-A491-44049F4F38AD/WebKitX_CEF3_ActiveX_x64_v4.0.0.14679.exe https://www.webkitx.com/FF0D793D-889E-40F4-A491-44049F4F38AD/WebKitX_CEF3_ActiveX_x86_v4.0.0.14679.exe Due to size restrictions we cannot upload the files in question so we provide direct download links to our software products in the list above. The product web site is https://www.webkitx.com/ and has a valid SSL certificate. We kindly submit our software claiming it generates false positive results asking for your aid in analysing the files. Kind regards, Mr. Elias Politakis | CTO www.mobilefx.com
  2. Hi all, First time with this type of trouble and I've come across this forum via a Google search which I had started reading through this thread here: I will try to do my best here in understanding and communicating with the everyone and your knowledge. Thank you in advance for any help. I'll try and keep this simple and broken down into what I know. To start I am running Windows 10 on a Cyberpower PC that I purchased about 3 months ago. As briefly as I can be I use this PC strictly for iRacing and use only a limited number of applications that run along with it. I use Chrome as a web browser which is pretty much just familiarity and a preference. This whole adventure started when the command prompt opened on me in the middle of a race. I noticed in the task bar following this race that Internet Explorer and Chromium were there. Not thinking too much of it as this was the first time it happened I unpinned them and continued what I was doing. This happened again several hours later and I got to investigating this Chromium deal. I am now familiar with what it is and how it works and I also learned more about Electron and how it operates some of the apps I use such as Discord and Simracingapps. More familiar with how this all comes together I continued with trying to get these apps removed. Im almost positive I had uninstalled Chromium via the command prompt and a hidden folder in This PC>Windows(C:)>Users. I also took a second look at SAntivirus which is my fault for not noticing sooner and I found out all about that.. I followed instructions to remove SAntivirus by rebooting in "Safe Mode with Networking". The following step is to download and install Malwarebytes. As there seems to be no way to connect via WI-FI in this mode (which is currently all I am able to use) I downloaded on my Surface and tried to install but it still needs to download during this time so I could not do so. I went on to the next steps as they were 2 more removal softwares so I figured leaving one out would be just fine. These were HitmanPro and then Adwdefender. Following the instructions to reboot after the Adwdefender scan all I booted to was a black screen. I restarted using the power button on the tower out of frustration at this point with this already being a 4 hour headache. When I powered back on I navigated back to where I was given the options that included "Safe Mode with Networking" and others. Since I was familiar with that one during this process I chose it. Boot to black screen. Reset again and believe I chose the startup troubleshooting after finding it and chose some type of boot recovery. This is where i was starting to see red so I cant remember exactly and I dont want to really do much else on here using that route unless instructed to do so. But that sounds about right. This went through and finished and the pc booted and I am at my desktop and logged in. Now whatever it did to recover gave me a sigh of relief but now I have the apps that I originally started this process to try and remove(Chromium and SAntivirus)back again along with 2 or 3 others that I have decided not to use and had previously uninstalled. All I want is Chromium off of my computer for good. I'm sick of saying the word. I'm sick of looking at it. SAntivirus Realtime Protection Lite off my computer for good. I'm already planning on being more vigilant for these things as the SA snuck in thetr on me. Also using all three of these softwares in the future to help me do thst... if Malwarebytes doesn't hang up on installing that would be great too. Seems I'm at a point here where I can try this all again with some of your help. Thank you for your time, Ryan
  3. From Browser Guard combats privacy abuse, tracking, clickbait, and scammers | Malwarebytes Labs: Where Malwarebytes Browser Guard alone is installed: what's the database update frequency?
  4. Hi, I downloaded an unsafe file that included bundleware and, not knowing any better, clicked accept on some of the offers, which allowed a few viruses to invade my computer. Those included Segurazo and Chromium, but to my knowledge I have managed to completely get rid of Segurazo. I have used Malwarebytes scans several times after downloading the unsafe file, over the course of 4 days now, and while it has done well to get rid of most of the PUPs that came with it, the scans will not detect Chromium. Although I have managed to delete/uninstall most files named Chromium and ended its tasks in the Task Manager, the virus still persists within the background processes in the Task Manager and sometimes under the Microsoft Edge tab within the Task Manager, and in my files, unable to be deleted. It isn't giving me any more pop-ups at this time, but the last time I turned on my computer I was completely unable to load websites on Microsoft Edge, but the window was open. I restarted and am now able to access it to make this post. Any help with this situation would be greatly appreciated! I haven't seen anyone really talk about Chromium Update (32 bit) in their Task Manager. Images of Chromium in my files: - - Images of Chromium in my Task Manager: - Note: Chromium Update (32 bit) will sometimes appear as 2 or 3, but in this screenshot it is just 1 FRST.txt Addition.txt Malwarebytes most recent log.txt
  5. I get this unwanted automatic update pop-up window on my PC
  6. This malicious pop-up appears once a week or so on my Windows 10 PC. No way to close it; I have to enter task manager and shut down a process that appears (I'll take a screenshot of that next time). Ran several full malwarebytes scans and it doesn't detect anything. Malwarebytes is up to date.
  7. I followed this tutorial : http://botcrawl.com/chromium-virus-removal/ and have MalwareBytes pro. The program my PC is unable to use post-chromium "fix" is a game-development tool called Unity. The only guess is that the virus somehow impacted Unity / other programs that I am unable to use now. When ever I open Unity, it gets stuck on one screen and completely bugs out. When I was uninstalling chromium, I saw (and uninstalled) a part of it from Unity. After fixing that, I thought my PC would be fine. I have no idea where to go from here. Whenever I open a program, it sometimes bugs out my task manager (which is another symptom) and shows that no programs are running even when they are. I am so stuck and have no idea where to go from here. https://gyazo.com/ca4ec772098b2e206375150adc99f83a https://gyazo.com/048ee966ac068ff3db4e67bf7edc477d (when another program is clicked on?)
  8. Hello, I'm having the same issue that is described in the thread below. The removal was quite complicated in the thread listed, and I don't feel confident addressing the issue alone. Aura was able to solve this particular issue, and I'm hoping that I could get similar assistance with the malware on my computer. Thanks! Arielle
  9. Hello, I've been dealing with a pop-up like this: http://i.imgur.com/U4RlhJC.png Bear in mind that Malwarebytes and AdwCleaner have failed to eliminate this problem, or I wouldn't be here. Here are my FRST scans, Thank you very much for your help. FRST.txt Addition.txt
  10. Hi, I downloaded a mallicous file which installed several things on my computer in Russian language. There was a 'hijack' file, 'Chromium', 'Smart application controller' and some other malware which I luckily could remove (think so) with malwarebytes. Google Chrome in particular was kind of hacked and still has some issues while opening, like russian pop-ups coming on screen. I think Malwarebytes has already removed the greatest part, but I still find some random russian files or links on my computer which weren't detected by Malware nor Bullguard (my antivirus). Also all my Word/Excel/Powerpoint files are converted to ENC-files. Is this some one-time problem or will it reoccur in the future? The greatest issue opening Google Chrome is still the 'svchost.exe' which gets blocked by Malware. I think there is still some malware disguised in the 'svchost.exe' file. I read it would be then situated in the 'Temp' folder which isn't in my case, it's situated in the System32 folder. I hope you could help me solve this problem... Thank you in advance
  11. Alright, now I've lost my patience with this crap. So I've been dealing with a pop-up not unlike this: http://i.imgur.com/U4RlhJC.png Which I had traced as well as I could to this: Kindly bear in mind that Malwarebytes, AdwCleaner and RegInOut have failed to eliminate this problem, or I wouldn't be here. I have no means of accessing the folder listed and attempting to open the folder the process comes from leads to mshta.exe which may or may not be important. Please also keep in mind that if you do manage to offer a solution I haven't already tried, this is a finicky little thing. It tends to take weeks to even show up again.
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