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  1. My desktop has been infected by what I think is a malware called "CloudNet Inc", Bitcoinminer" and "Trojan.Agent". When I run Malwarebtyes 3.6.1 i have 8 file name "RiskWare.BitCoinMiner" on my AppData\ and when i run AdwCleaner i have 3 file Trojan.Agent onmy C:Windows\rss and 2 file PUP.OptionalGlupteba on mt AppData\ (i can't delete). i also try to disable unknow program in my starup and uninstall my mozilla. I have no idea what to do now. Help! AdwCleaner[S09].txt Addition.txt FRST.txt
  2. A month ago I connected a flash drive to my laptop to transfer files from it to another PC. The flash drive showed duplicate files which I tried deleting to no avail. Apparently it was malware or virus which then infected my laptop. In a short space of time my applications and programs stopped launching and the pop up message eg "C:\Program Files (86)\GlassWire\GlassWire.exe is not a valid Win32 application" would pop up. I then checked the files and found every exe file was now 0kb. Office programs open briefly then a pop up message "Microsoft Office has encountered a problem with licensing and will need to close. If this problem persists,uninstall and reinstall your product." After much labor in online forums I downloaded Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and did the scans. It Identified some 63 threats and I "quarantined" them. My problem still persists though after using FixExec i re-installed about 2 programs including Firefox which now work. I can't practically do this for all exe files which are still at 0kb. Can anybody help. I'm really desperate. I'd appreciate all the help I can get. Addition.txt FRST.txt Malwarebytes threat report.txt
  3. For the life of me I cant get malware bytes to work. I have tried several options to get it working and using other programs to scan and everything. I even used the MB check program and none of the options worked. they would fail after creating these huge folders.I was also unable to get inherit to run as well if that provides any useful into. I am attaching logs I got from OTL and FRST and if any others are needed please let me know. FRST.txt OTL.Txt Addition.txt Extras.Txt mb-check-results.txt
  4. My desktop PC has been infected by what I think is a malware called "Cloud Net" (This .exe is running permanently and refuses to be killed by task manager, it also appears at about the same time i noticed issues). When I run some EXE files (Especially anti-virus software like MalwareBytes, FRST and MBAR), the program closes them and then deletes the exe (This also happens with random programs like DS4Windows). I have no way to get rid of this since all Anti-Virus options are either blocked or deleted. I have no idea what to do now. Help! Also, I know i'm supposed to post my MalwareBytes and FRST results but i simply cannot run either of these programes since Malwarebytes gets blocked altogether and FRST gets closed and deleted.
  5. So, I came to know about this issue yesterday when I returned from school and used my laptop. All the files and folders except C Drive are hidden and there is shortcut of everything. I click on the shortcut and then I can access the file. But when I try to copy anything from lappi to USB, only shortcuts are being copied. Also, an .exe file is being created on the name of the folder and file. Third, when I tried to show all the system protected files and folders, a junk of files and folders came up on the disk. Don't really know what went wrong. Day before yesterday, I inserted my friend's USB into lappi. I think this might be the reason of this. Any help would be highly appreciated as I have to clean my lappi and don't want to loose any file whatsoever. Thanks, Steve.
  6. I don't know how it's gone wrong but yesterday one of my friend inserted his USB in my PC and i accidentally clicked on an exe file and everything went terrible. Now, whenever i copy anything, hell lot of executable files are getting created itself and also, copied to the targeted device. Can anyone from here help?
  7. Malwarebytes has run its scheduled Hyper Scan and has detected an .exe and registry value as malware. Both belong to Lightshot. This appears to have once been a previous issue: Is it possible to confirm whether these are false positives? I obviously cannot attach the .exe and registry value. I have attached the screenshot of the scan results and the .txt of the results. Has anyone else experienced this? I will also create a ticket for this. malware lightshot false positive.txt
  8. To start it off, I love Malwarebytes and have been a free user for quite some time and recently have been thinking of upgrading for the benefit of real time protection, and this issue just furthers my want to do so. I am an idiot, and I have downloaded a version of Ccleaner from a website that I should have not trusted and originally it came bundled with Adware and all that good stuff. I was able to uninstall the initial adware with Malwarebytes and all seemed fine until this morning. Overnight, something must have happened regarding this trojan because now any executable file does not seem to work, only displaying "File Location Here *next line* The requested resource is in use." and at first I thought there was an instance of this running, but checking task manager there were no processes running under that type of program. I did some research and apparently this is a known trojan/rootkit and I've downloaded rKill and tried running it, same error message even in damn safemode. I've downloaded Malwarebyte's adware removal program, and their rootkit removal program, unzipping it and attempting to run the exe even as an administrator. Did not work. In my task manager some of the processes seem fishy, and whenever I try to go to their file location it says Access Denied. I've never experience a virus like this before, or any large computer infection for that matter so this is all new territory for me and it's kind of frightening that all my documents could be lost. Anyone who has a solution and offers to help, I greatly appreciate it!
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