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  1. I have a process called csrss.exe,is it a virus or not ? If yes,what I should do ?
  2. Hello, Recently my anti-virus, avast, has been saying that it has blocked a csrss.exe infection coming from AppData>Local>Temp>phantomows>bin. I have tried to delete the folder many times but it has reappeared every couple of hours. I have run a boot-time scan and avast found nothing. I am quite lost as there is very little info on the internet about this virus. Any info or help would be greatly appreciated!
  3. After the Anit-Ransomware Beta has been running for a while. One to Two days....... The CSRSS.exe process goes to 70-85% and makes my PC unusable. It take me about 5 minutes to get the Anti-Ransomware Beta open and "Stop Protection". After stopping Anti-Ransomware Beta, the CSRSS.exe returns to 0% CPU and my system returns to normal. I can click Start Protection in Anti-Ransomware Beta and the CSRSS.exe goes back to 70-85% and my system becomes sluggish. I can repeat this on demand until I reboot, then it takes another day or two before it happens again. This whole thin
  4. Good morning/evening I've read many posts here and elsewhere, installed the required/suggested programs and finally thought it would be wise to add my problem to the pile :s It's been a while since the computer is kind of slow, I installed all the updates, windows, java, flash, the malware byte rootkit remover and malware remover, super anti spyware, changed comodo for zone alaram, and now I'm having spyware cease/Avg /adva canced system care, GMER (so far the only one that actually recognizes something and allows me to kill process but they pop randomly) and I know what false positives are,
  5. Hi, just signed up to get some assistance. My pc has been starting up very slowly recently. I was looking in my system processes and found two instances of csrss.exe running and they are nearly identical with the only difference being the Memory Usage. I'll attach the FRST logs. I just want my computer to start up the way it used to T.TAddition.txtFRST.txt
  6. I just done a malware check and has found a malware as following : Memory Processes Detected: 1C:\Windows\csrss.exe (Backdoor.Bot) -> 2620 -> No action taken. Registry Values Detected: 1HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run|Client Server Runtime Process (Backdoor.Bot) -> Data: "C:\Windows\csrss.exe" -> No action taken. Files Detected: 1C:\Windows\csrss.exe (Backdoor.Bot) -> No action taken. I also found a csrss.exe in C:\Windows\System32\csrss.exe My question is : is it wise to remove this? and is it truly a malware/Backdoor.bot? Because i has googled for a bit an
  7. Hello, and good night. As the title says, I KNOW I have malware somewhere in my computer. I noticed because my internet suddenly slowed down a lot, pages take ages to load and videos don't load at all sometimes, in the Task Manager, I noticed that the processes csrss.exe and dllhost.exe sometimes do not have Description, I think that's wrong. I installed MBAM but at first it wouldn't run, so I looked up help and found out the Chameleon technology. I tried everything but still didn't work. I even tried RKill, but nothing would allow me to run MBAM, except rebooting on Safe Mode! Once in Cha
  8. I have been having major problems with installing my belking modem and range extender. Belkin support told me that both my desk top and laptop are infected with csrss. I think they were just trying to sell me something since I am running EVERYTHING on both computers to protect them. I downloaded Hijack this and ran a scan from a forum I previously read and the two entries that were supposed to be checked are not in my log. Please help. i cant deal with the speed of these computers anymore. Here is a copy of the log below. Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2 Scan saved at 2:57:32 AM, on 8/
  9. I recently downloaded Malwarebytes after Norton 360 kept telling me that I was getting attacked by a worm. I thought with Norton 360 I was protected from everything, but it appears not. After downloading Malwarebytes I ran a few scans and had to restart my computer a few times. I have run into 8 files that keep coming up on the scan. Here is the log: Malwarebytes Anti-Malware www.malwarebytes.org Database version: v2012.05.25.09 Windows 7 Service Pack 1 x64 NTFS Internet Explorer 8.0.7601.17514 Owner :: OWNER-PC [administrator] 26/05/2012 3:07:26 PM 1.txt Scan type: Quick scan Scan
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