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  1. Hello, My screen is acting in a altered/hacked way. it seems to pulsate or vibrate and there is some shadows overlaying (gohsting) on desktop screen. it looks like a terror corps invaded the screen. It first occured years ago on my older mac After opening files downloaded from a torrent site.( not realizing danger) and got on my new laptop now, not knowing it were those files on the external HD that got me in trouble the first time. The screen gohsting, overlayer and slight pulsation started immedeatly after opening the files and got me scared. Also i found 400plus photo's on my HD of very disturbing nature which were probably downloaded with the torrent. I have tried already the obvious solutions : clean installs, resetting nvram running in save mode (which helps a bit) etc. but it only got rid of a part of the problem. and still the screen is not completely as it should be. different anti virusses didn't show anything. bitdefender, clamxav, and my full malwarebytes program. i have searched on the apple support community but no real similar problems are reported I am still in search of a solution as i realy can't work on my macbook. and wan't to look deeper into this. i am worried it is some code/programm that has changed my startup settings. I have checked my hardware by official apple repair center which didn't show any problem and changed the screen and logicboard . Is there anywhere i could start to look or what i could do to further find this malicious alteration of my display? as malwarebytes didn't find anything should i run other malwarebytes programs ? Many Thanks for all possible help! it is very much appreciated! kind regards Johny I have been with this problem for some time now
  2. MBAM 3.5.1 Premium for Windows 7 on a 32-bit Dell laptop worked fine. Tried to install MBAM 3.6.1 days ago first without clean install and BSOD upon reboot. Did a clean install today using the MBAM Support Tool and after rebooting and almost at the end of the reinstalling, a blue screen of death again. I have attached logs. I also have the MEMORY.DMP file zipped, but its 139 MB, so if you need, please let know how to send. I also ran a full drive security scan with MBAM v3.5.1 just prior to the 3.6.1 clean install and no malware found. Other security software on this machine Zone Alarm Firewall and Anti-Virus Pro v15.3.060.17669 and SpyShelter Premium v11.2, both latest versions. I have reverted back to MBAM v3.5.1 until this issue is resolved. mbst-grab-results.zip mbst-clean-results.txt
  3. Hello, AdvancedSetup told me to make a post here, hope you can help me. I have something on my computer that persist even on clean install. I tried several tools to get it fixed but noone detects it whatever it is. I'm using Windows 10 64 bits.
  4. Hi there, my first time posting on your forums here, but I've been a fan of Malwarebytes for as long as I can remember. Great tool, it's helped me so much over the years. (and so far I really like what I see in regards to the Premium, I will most likely purchase it, especially now with this problem...) So here it is. On my previous windows installation (Windows 7) I got some really nasty malware that was loading ads from a bunch of different places, but most notably "adnetworkperformance.com". I downloaded Malwarebytes Premium, to see if it could fix the problem, but no dice. I tried running Malwarebytes Anti-rootkit and junkware tools, as well as Nod32, Spybot, Hitman Pro, and clean installing my browser. (I use Firefox and Chrome both, and both are affected by this malware) So I decided to finally upgrade (a fresh install, I did not actually click "upgrade") to Windows 10... as I was at my wits end and nothing worked. So here I am, a formatted hard drive - I install Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium, and shortly after installing Java (from Java.com / Oracle). Same with adobe flash player. There is zero chance that I clicked a fake on either of these, yet somehow one of the first things Malwarebytes starts blocking is adnetworkperformance.com! Maybe I'm mistaken, but this shouldn't be possible... this was not an upgrade, the hard drive was completely wiped... so my question - Would Malwarebytes be blocking adnetworkperformance.com on multiple websites if it my hard drive WAS NOT infected by malware? I'm not visiting fishy websites - the fishiest ones by far are facebook and cnet, which I've used for as long as the internet was a thing for me. It's fairly frequent when visiting a webpage that adnetworkperformance is blocked, and it depends on the web page... I never see the ads, at least not yet, because they're being blocked by malwarebytes / my browser, but infections from things like this tend to get worse. I'm at my wits end... can anyone possibly clarify whether or not there's a chance that I'm actually not infected by malware on a clean install? Where can I even start with a problem like this? I've searched google and tried every single solution I found except for manually modifying my registry. I considered myself to be pretty adept at using computers, until now... I have never had a virus / malware like this - how can it still be affecting me after a format? Any suggestions would be immensely valuable to me...
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