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  1. I keep greeting a pop up malicious website blocked Domain:fff5ee.com Ip: Port:57735 Type:outbound C:\windows\SysWOW64\dllhost.exe I keep getting this message and pc is very slow, lots of ell processes running. Any help would be much appreciated! Brian
  2. I am receiving malicious site blocked fff5ee.com It liste the process as dllhost.exe. I see that you often start with running FRST.exe and having people submit the two attached files. let me know the next steps. Addition.txt FRST.txt
  3. Windows Vista SP2 Home premium 32 bit laptop overwhelmed with pop ups of fff5ee.com outbound traffic, dllhost.exe com surrogate memory usage, and powerliks not visible to Malware Bytes premium. A couple of logs are attached below. Please help Pre Malware Cleanup.txt RKreport_SCN_11082014_163644.log
  4. Greetings, all! I ran into the same virus that a lot of people on this forum are coming in contact with... Please advise the best starting point to get rid of this awful thing? I have attempted to mirror the efforts by others on this site and had some success but now it is back with a vengeance. Please advise - Thank you!
  5. Need some help getting rid of these... Ran Malwarebytes and then bought upgrade to premium. Found mx infections but can't kill the fff5ee virus. Malwarebytes still gives notice every min or so of blocked fff5ee. Norton is also giving occassional blocks for Poweliks. Have run all the Norton complete virus scans and NPE...no joy. Will be happy to donate to the cause for a little help.... Thanks, Dexter
  6. I have Norton Antivirus but was able to contracted a virus labeled fff5ee.com. I have ran the Malware Bytes software which cleaned my system of 23 bad files but did not remove the following (the same three windows keep popping up and Malwarebytes keeps blocking them, which is a good thing): Domain: fff5ee.com IP: Port: keeps changing every few minutes Type: Outbound Process: c:\windows\sysWOW65\dllhost.exe Domain: This is blank on this window IP: and the rest is the same as above Domain: This is blank on this window IP: and the rest is the same as above Youe help would be greatly appreciated.
  7. Hey guys, Another fff5ee infected laptop here. Windows 7 - 64bit system, receiving repeated Malware website protection notices for fff5ee and SysWOW64. Appreciate any help you can provide. Thanks. Daily protection log.txt
  8. Software (Excel, Word, Adobe, etc) will start, but no files will open. Error lists that files have wrong extension. Installed Malwarebytes premium and ran scan, but issue is still present. Malwarebytes stopes fff5ee communication to website. I've downloaded and run Farbar Recovery Scan Tool as recommended. FRST.txt and Addition.txt are attached to this post as requested. Looking for next steps to remove fff5ee. Thank you for your help. FRST.txt Addition.txt
  9. Hello. My computer seems to have some sort of virus. I have been working profusely the past few days in an effort to fix my PC. I seem to have removed most threats, however as of right now I am receiving alerts from Malwarebytes Anti-Malware about websites and IPs (specifically fff5ee.com). Along with this, there are numerous instances of the dllhost.exe *32 process that continually show up after I end them. I ran lots of anti-malware programs, but to no avail. I have also run combofix and FRST, but nothing seems to be fixed. I have attached the logs below. All assistance is much appreciated! Addition.txt FRST.txt ComboFix.txt
  10. Ive got the premium version of Malwarebytes - had it for some time - and I am getting the Malwarebytes warning about fff5ee.com IP 95.215.57 being blocked - similar to other posts on the same topic. There doesnt appear to be a standard or "one size fits all" way of getting rid of this, unless I am mistaken. I work in software and can probably handle remove of this virus on my own, provided there are some general instructions. Is this trojan so new that there is not yet a standard set of steps with rkill etc etc that are guaranteed to remove it? Any help is most appreciated. regards, Tony
  11. Hello, We were experiencing slow internet and PC, downloaded malwarebytes which cleaned out some freeware, but these two keep popping up persistently. Please help! Thanks, Matt Addition.txt FRST.txt
  12. Hi everyone, My problem is similar to what I have seen from multiple people on the site, but all the solutions are personalized so I was hoping someone could help me out with my problem. About a week ago my computer started running very slow, and when looking into it I saw many (8 or so) dllhost.exe processes running. The processes start themselves backup when ended. I noticed that when I restart my computer they don't appear until I connect to the internet (until then there are only 2). Also the slowing doesn't happen until I connect to the internet. I downloaded Malwarebytes and a malicious website blockage kept popping up. Most of the time there was no domain, but if there was it would be fff5ee.com or some blinkx website (I don't remember the exact name, but can get it if requested). The blockage was always through dllhost.exe though. I ran a scan with Malwarebytes and didn't find anything. I then changed the setting to add 'scan for rootkits' and reran. Found four threats and quarantined them. Didn't help. So then I downloaded and ran FRST. I attached the results from the second Malwarebytes scan and the FRST scan. Thanks in advance for the help! -Jeff Addition.txt FRST.txt MWB_log.txt
  13. I'm having a similar issue to what others are posting today. My Norton evidently expired today and I got this minutes before I renewed. I've tried to download the FRST.exe (which I had to do from another computer because downloading is blocked). Once I got it on the computer and run it it won't run and deletes the file (even if I renamed it). It says I don't have permissions to run it (same message I get when trying to download files). I've renewed Norton and am running a full scan now (and just finished saying no threats were found). Malwarebytes is flashing the following sites/addresses as blocked. fff5ee.com and What can I do?
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