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  1. Hello! I was recently doing a full scan of my PC when MBAM reported a detection on my HDD dedicated for video games. The file in question is located in my Steam Library's files for Half-Life 2, under, "COMMON\HALF-LIFE 2\BIN\DMXCONVERT.EXE" . The type of malware is called, "Malware.AI.4098362766." This made me curious as it's located in my Steam files, not somewhere malware typically is known to be harbored, but then again anything's possible. I scanned the folder with Windows Security, and nothing came back positive. I believe this might be a false positive. I ran the file in question thro
  2. A few days ago Malwarebytes detected a trojan in my PC and I deleted the infected file (ISO file). Now the program continues detecting connections to dangerous sites (image) but the scan does not detect anything. How can I fix this problem? I have the Malwarebytes Premium Trial 4.3.0. I need help, thank you. ScanReport.txt RTPdetection.txt RTPdetection2.txt
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