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  1. Need solution, My PC got infected with EpicNet.inc/CloudNet/glupteba/or whatever, they keep coming after rebooting, I need your help to get rid of these pesky malware, step by step guide will be appreciated.
  2. C:\Users\Chris\AppData\Local\Temp\phantomows\bin Around 2-4 days ago my malwarebytes detected that it blocked a malicious site from attacking my PC and it was CSRSS.exe. I know that its a normal file so I was curious why it was coming up. I searched my computer for the file, all the other files locations were normal, in the windows folders, except for the one I posted above. Yesterday I found it and had Microsoft Essentials and Malewarebytes scan it. Neither found anything, virus or spyware. I deleted it and used CCleaner to clean up all my temp stuff. I was good, until a hour ago it came
  3. Are these duplicate files normal or a virus? I have the latest version of mbam premium and my threat scan results are zero. I also downloaded the Farbar recovery tool to my desktop and ran a scan. I have copied / pasted the content from FRST.txt below. Please advise. I'm thinking it's not normal to see these duplicate files in task manager. I can delete one but when I reboot, they call come back in multiples. Please advise -------------- Farbar's FRST.txt ----- Scan result of Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (FRST) (x64) Version: 18-09-2016 Ran by GImagineG (admin
  4. As I was looking through my Task Manager, I noticed something odd. There were two conhost.exe running. One of them didn't have a file location, description, or even a user name (well, SYSTEM, but not really). Showing all processes made it decide that it had a description. It was also using more memory. The one that was selected didn't reveal a location. Look at the first and second image ("Windows5", "Windows10"). TaskMan (not Task Manager) revealed that the one using less memory was in System32. The other one was in my user folder ("Windows11"), but when I looked, there was nothing new.
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