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Recently, I joined my computer to my employer's domain. As a result of doing so, a Group Policy Option has changed the style of the control panel to the classic style (which I prefer anyway). However, MalwareBytes flags this as a malware which needs to be quarantined. Is there any way I can prevent MalwareBytes from flagging this registry change as an indication of malware?
No matter what I change my sleep settings to--screen off after 15 minutes, sleep after 20, etc., eventually they both get changed back to "Never". You can set them, click around in the control panel, then come back and see they changed. I've run several virus scans (Malwarebytes, Eset online, Bitdefender) and got nothing. I don't know if this is connected, but when I open the sleep settings from the "charm" menu on the right, once I've changed the settings I can't close the settings. I can close the window, it's gone from the task bar, but it shows up in file manager. This has been going on
I'm facing a lot of issues with my desktop. Please help me out. I do not know how it happened. Searching through various forums and the Malwarebyes forum itself, I've concluded (not sure though) its a problem of this 'Hijack.' virus thing. Before that here are some of the problems I'm having now. BEFORE using "Last know Good Configuration" from the Advanced boot options. 1. The control panel is not working I'm able to open it. But the only thing that appears is a blank window (with none of the options in control panel); and the window gets stuck or unresponsive. May be due to a corrupt cp
Hi i think my computer maybe infected as nothing on it seems to not function. I can no longer access my control panel and cannot connect to the internet or install devices such as usb, printer, hardrive or anything. In this case i cannot follow the recomended steps from the 'Im infected what do i do now?' page because i cannot do anything on the computer. The following message is displayed "The specified service does not exist as an installed service".