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  1. Hello, I have a system running Win 10 and Malwarebytes Home Pre. It appears when I am on the Yahoo email page I randomly get redirected to securessl-dl.com, which is immediately blocked by Malwarebytes. A full scan of the system has not found any malware or other issues. Win Defender and Kaspersky scan also does not find anything. This is the report: Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com -Log Details- Protection Event Date: 1/8/19 Protection Event Time: 7:25 AM Log File: 74f317e2-1340-11e9-b068-94c6916e2bf1.json -Software Information- Version: 3.6.1.2711 Components Version: 1.0.508 Update Package Version: 1.0.8678 License: Premium -System Information- OS: Windows 10 (Build 17134.472) CPU: x64 File System: NTFS User: System -Blocked Website Details- Malicious Website: 1 , , Blocked, [-1], [-1],0.0.0 -Website Data- Category: PUP Domain: securessl-dl.com IP Address: 18.235.178.113 Port: [63289] Type: Outbound File: C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe (end) Anybody see anything like this? Thanks, Larry
  2. I am the owner/administrator of Save-Point.Org. Just recently, we changed hosting services and users of MalwareBytes and Malwarebytes Premium have been noticing that the forum is now blocked due to Hijacking. This is a false positive. I am sending you screenshots from three browsers, and MBAM report from a computer that I can access that too has MalwareBytes Premium which generates this erronius warning.
  3. Recently my malwarebytes premium was hacked. Whom ever did it permanently shut down my web protection and ran somewhere protection. I could not turn it back on. I call malwarebytes support and they told me I had to pay them $199.99 To fix my computer. (It felt like an employee of Malwarebytes just decided to become an entrepreneur). It sounded fishy. I have my friend who is a software developer and computer hacker fix my computer in less than 20 minutes. He agree with me, that I got hijack by an outsource employee of malware. Luckily i did not pay $199.99, but I was glad to get my friend a Heineken. I try to report this incident but I was told that "malwarebytes is a website run business and I would not be able to talk to corporate". That was told to me by the outsource employee who consistently demanded $199.99. I would have love to talk to corporate about this incident.
  4. My mother recently informed me of invasive pop-ups on her computer, and having had previous experience with Conduit malware, my heart sank :( Sure enough, she somehow downloaded malware, showing up as "Microsoft Office 365 - en-us" from "Microsoft Corporation", "version 16.0.10730.20102". I've run Malwarebytes, HItmanpro, and have Revo uninstaller at the ready, but have not found a site that can tell me how to remove it all, and it's been years since I had Conduit, so my memory's a little fuzzy. The Malwarebytes report is attached below- Please HELP!! malware1.txt
  5. Hijack.Userinit Basically I picked this up somewhere and I have used Malwarebytes to try and get rid of it. However it comes back when restarting. I have also tried adwcleaner and it still comes back. It has been messing around with google chrome to the point where it is unusable and it has been making my system really slow. I am running windows 10 but it just won't go. Can anyone help me before this gets worse?
  6. A couple of days ago, I woke up to find out that whenever I google something, the link goes cse.google.com/... I know that this is because of a malware and that it should be removed, I've tried Malwarebytes, Hitman pro, Zemana, but nothing seemed to work. I also made sure that I uninstalled any recently installed softwares, but the problem persists. Any help will be much appreciated!
  7. I seem to have fallen victim to a browser hijacker, one that opens new tabs to a "Congratulations, You Have Won" page, saying I have possible won an iPhone, etc. I can't get rid of it. Malwarebytes doesn't find it, nor MS Defender, nor adwcleaner. I found a few pages that want you to download a (suspicious) tool called 'Reimage', a page Malwarebytes Premium (the version I have) blocks -- and probably, rightly so. Both IE and Chrome appear to be affected. log.txt Addition.txt FRST.txt
  8. Hello - I have been “infected” by some sort of browser redirect, where ALL Google searches on both Chrome AND Safari are automatically redirected to Yahoo. On Chrome, the tab w/ results says “Wajam Yahoo Search” and on Safari, a URL that includes “searchpage.com” appears briefly before the Yahoo results page. I’ve tried multiple things on various forums and YouTube video, but nothing addresses this specific problem. Malwarebytes found 7 threats that were cleared, but none of them solved for the browser redirect problem. Please help, I’m getting desperate and don’t want to resort to a time machine backup restore.
  9. So I let my kid use the computer (big mistake!) and he clicked on something he shouldn't have and it got hijacked like crazy. It was popping up dozens of ads in browsers faster than I could shut them off with task manager. I played-whack-a-mole until I could run malwarebytes scan and the main hijacking seems stopped but I still have problems: 1) I can't enable real-time-protection on malwarebytes (or other antivirus programs like windows defender and spybot). The slider for "web protection" is locked to "off" and when I click it nothing happens. 2) I tried re-installing windows but I can't. In windows settings when I try "reset this PC" and click "get started" nothing happens. When I boot from a recovery drive I get errors saying my windows is messed up and none of the options to move forward work. 3) In task manager, there are still four processes that keep popping up in the apps section that I think come from the hijack - two called "Deciduous" and two called "Maturely." I can end them but they just pop back up again on their own 4) Everything is generally slow and weird, especially windows explorer windows which go super-slow and can't do basic things like sort by date modified).In safe mode when I try to delete some things I think might be associated with the malware it says I can't because i need permission from "SYSTEM." I tried a clean install of malwarebytes and got the logs below. I tried the malwarebytes root kit remover but it said no threats found. I tried a few other root kit removers from the web. One called "rkill" from Bleeping Computer halts the deciduous and maturely processes but they just start right up again. Any ideas? mb-clean-results.txt mb-check-results.zip Rkill.txt
  10. Hello. I've hit a roadblock trying to get rid of the adware mentioned in the topic title. Every time MBAM picks it up and tries to delete it, it always comes back. It shows up as a registry key, that key being the following: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\mrxsmb22 It seems nothing I do seems to get rid of it. I'm at a complete loss and I don't really want to have to format my PC just to get rid of it for good. I scanned my laptop with FRST. The logs are as follows. Please, any help will be greatly appreciated. I'm at my wits end. FRST.txt Addition.txt
  11. Hello everyone, I need your help. My laptop was infected by 30tab.com Safe Navigation virus. It hijacked my browser IE and Opera. I've already tried many antivirus and adware cleaner including Malwarebytes, AdwCleaner. I tried all of them, but no result at all. I also reset my browser to default setting or even uninstall the browser. But the virus come out again when I install it back. When I scanned with the antivirus, I found of the infected location in here : HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\mrxsmb22 I already scanned my laptop with FRST.. But I don't know how to fix it. If anyone has another way to clean this virus, please let me know. Here the attachment below of FRST scan log. I hope you can help me. Thank you.. FRST.txt Addition.txt
  12. Started having problems with my browser (mozilla), pages were redirecting with ugly stuff. Checked, no new or suspious add-ons, or toolbars. Made research. First, made a scan with Windows Defender, nothing showed up. Then, I made a scan with Malwarebytes free trial, detected 2 hijacks: PUP. Optional. FFHijacker. were on quarantine and then delete it. Everything was fine, while i continued to make my homework, the websites were redirecting again, luckily malwarebytes blocked them. I ran another scan and it came clean, but the problem of pages redirecting persisted. Then I ran a scan with Adw Cleaner and found 13 threaths, the I proceeded to clean, and reboot. Ran CCleaner. Problem still there. I ran a third scan with Malwarebytes and new threat showed up: Malware. HackTool. File Patch. I don't know what to do anymore. Ps. if helpful, I saved the reports on both, malwarebytes and adwcleaner. report.txt AdwCleaner[C0].txt
  13. I noticed this svchost on myu computer aobut 10 days ago - help .... Addition.txt FRST.txt mb Log .txt
  14. I've encountered an issue where every time i search anything, it simply redirects me to Yahoo search. I've used malwarebytes to scan the PC and found nothing. AdwCleaner and JTR both didnt help either. Every time i search anything, it changes the adress to cleanerserp or something like that and then goes to Yahoo. (i've provided you with a GIF showing the issue- the o1hl8G rar). The ;c RAR is the info that you said to give you in the thread. Thanks for reading / helping. o1hl8G.rar ;c.rar
  15. I'm not sure if I'm late to this but I've experienced the same problem. I'm not too sure what to do and pretty much want to give up using chrome and others. Please tell if you have found a solution.
  16. Having same problem. Redirecting whenever I read Yahoo News article (both on Chrome and Internet Explorer). It only seems to happen with yahoo news. It redirects to a Web page with "verosmedia" but my Trend Micro blocks the site so redirect doesn't complete. Full scan using Trend Micro doesn't find anything. I tweeted Yahoo customer service (both tweet and direct message) but they didn't answer. I sure hope it's not a virus.
  17. Not to hijack your thread, but I also have this same virus. I use Firefox, in the beginning it was a Firefox patch warning page when I would open my Yahoo home page, but now it is a survey that pops up any time, not for Time Warner though, but for my service provider. Hitmanpro finds and removes several viruses and it stops, but they just keep coming back and so do the popups. I will follow this closely. Thanks, Paul
  18. Since the end of April, I've been experiencing a browser redirect with decreasing frequency that ultimately leads me to a fake Time Warner survey, the source of which has me completely stumped. Originally it only happened when visiting one site I frequent, and I was beginning to think the problem was on that website, however tonight it happened when I was at Yahoo's main page. The redirect does not happen when I first open the browser. It usually happens after I've been sitting idle on a page for a minute or two. At first it would happen multiple times per week but now it seems to happen once every week, and the intervals seem to be getting longer. I get redirect from whatever site I'm at in the following manner: From the site I'm at, too.... https://verosmedia.com/verosad/1181420855.js?pubid=32604593&domain=https%3A%2F%2Fs.yimg.com%2Frq%2Fdarla%2F2-9-20%2Fhtml%2Fr-sf.html&t=AAJZXUVHcHJ1b3cBAl1JX1xueXRudAQGQEhAU3F4f3V2FHY6 (Note: yimg.com is a Yahoo related domain. domain=https... will point from whatever page I'm at at the time of the redirect) From there, too... https://pub.maha-media.com/nlp/index.php?guid=a3645e25-e40a-45c1-92fe-d681cb8a2904&Hardlink=true&time=0&currenturl=32604593swix.com&url=http://engine.spotscenered.info/link.engine From there too... http://engine.spotscenered.info/Redirect.eng?MediaSegmentId=30262&dcid=1_ctx_8dbcd7e9-1bf9-48dc-82b4-6778f9500ff4&vmId=00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000&abr=false&timeZoneOffset=&v=hXPZuKMawgsqqaXmgsiEEscqvxeFp0YWn8oV21lbHO8iCvpmH9sk2fSprt3x5A_b-2hEatyK0i4Deb-rUYJDFrdTFYwunJKu09ZEHLHzJxZVXbejoDo8iaYVhEeoJfxmLsYuWMM8FrdrJIirVKzXk16lEXzP9HOgt66Ss7EbTNNUQfeOWR6JrG_B3izNFz-ACVhbe_0-jbltMj26dnAMQj08Gu8ccF3mgFecCfa4ST6gw_FXOGmlRerji7XxLL_7JAc8ykT4Sb9t_bYpksVZ1yIL_9192j1KNw5OoTqaDp3Pg8pl77-sZxRpnx5WwqwBkKry16rlK6C4IBmM8I4MbfssSTh8PfxBqMbExSarxW9NdGzj7JWhutcn8hU56b1GQMgtqgJ7c6oztEFyeheQxmOfo05pYJy9qNSb7r5O3QQmS7XqWR_4OHrbYoNzc6IJnsaKhxctsd4e9u62uFYeufqV3I5M_JLdqGPsVoGTLWVvSGj-a0VLB28zUvjEtXDsP8UGO30nlNIpZDHLeYmU0aJnmsTH34hg9pWM-6UkRboVGDuXTBAlzTZ_-3twRz22AD1kImQSZu4FvflYwEbeCmnwP3UK3xZlmHSYSNEEzdjvz1QDmFwSzH-mfp18hkk_JwOyKdueusNV8GgDFITeq3CUROWxNPevvVQZ6RqsRJSMmsqFQlX-8k__Vi1ZNXUNNQpdLbI9T-HbhM_n-tSVtRQyqpXgIp1Z1_2j9SCCKY17We0bdFo0Y19fKNVPLSajYkqMVUBdDE4EmWggQM7jE78tDih58VCK4sYq2uLtHJROjPgGsqyhSSyf4PAT7lOqrNrBJZDJUDXwhtKexpYwo_0vNc8ZGf_lYvYIbDWExvsdWjdYpMLqwNLuKiC7CcjNQz_p5FfqYcM-NhdFDp1loJ7t5BpJQzM5sWJBzuO8KjL5D4g7LO8-7123el4Hw2DLatbwaUSfgBTKW4BtyQcekDUKz7-rxmY84L8A5v-yYm-CrXRxZY5oUOavbTAq8c7T4eTIMNmhR9TQjrvSoLaJP5_-hGpoyyIegWQAHuJJagbphAEvA66UUasAaRQw25BXVdlc9fKH5OiQvJSvJAMlVZEWSi8neQh_gD2aM9qNUssE4ameezYMpklMn3CHPpoU0HIAaIkI7rfFYVzXlsvkRBC0hA_7rHHUVWo_XRCRXyxXLVW_bTN9UwgOKSgl9z7wEGLN3GiOlvP8JVPcCkAQxsly-krHs950L3N6Sh21UjU1 And finally from there, too... http://www.kewsurvey.com/?sid=isp.opt.3a6x&ow=us.ao96ho9gbr467d49.2col.nojs&isp=Time Warner Cable Internet Llc&browser=Chrome&os=Windows&region=California&city=Los Angeles&ip=45.50.180.155&countryname=United States&device=DESKTOP&brand=Desktop&model=Desktop&country=US&track=t.surveysance.com&tid=0ba6f51c-279d-4a68-82c0-dc5e8b9e9e67&caid=3fc624b7-4074-4b7f-aa2a-a68cbc6a0c97&head=ret.ss.asp.ncxw9c&did=5269&voluumdata=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&c1=5269&c2=13031&c3=45414&c4=US&c5=Los Angeles&c6=Chrome Only the last one, the kewsurvey.com site with the fake Time Warner Survey actually displays in the browser window. The others show up in the browser history. OS/Browser details Windows XP, Google Chrome Version 49.0.2623.112 with only Google Docs and Google Docs offline extensions. Scanners and Cleaners etc I have tried 1. Malware Bytes, full scan. 2. TDSSKiller 3. RogueKiller 4. ESET 5. HijackThis 6. Chrome Cleanup Tool 7. ADwCleaner 8. FRST 9. Malware Bytes Junkware Removal Tool 10. Norton Power Eraser 11. AVG The scanners found nothing. Other things I have tried 1. Deleting cookies/cache. 2. Uninstalling and reinstalling Chrome. 3. Resetting hosts file. 4. Resetting router settings from an old save point from 2013. 5. Changing DNS from ISP's to Google's. 6. Searching for recently installed files or programs. 7. Searching for anything unusual in the startup services or running in the background. None of this has found the problem or solved it. This is the first time in 20 years I've not been able to locate malicious software. If you look up "spotcenered redirect" you will find a few other mentioned by others of the problem, and see what they have done to attempt to fix it, however none of these things have worked for me and I doubt they have worked for the others as well.
  19. I'm having exact same problem since today. Not sporadic for me. here is my story: I have a bookmark for watsapp for web. when I click that, it opens as normal. when I type, web.watsapp...., it autofills and when enter is pressed, it redirects to. "http://private.njoyapps.com/wim/lp/lp27/ index_23. php" happens everytime. I did whatever reset is intructed above for browser but did run any programs. Malwarebytes is unable to detect this. My question is: will reinstalling windows solve this? I recently build a new comp and installed windows 10, so I won't loose too much. Also, I know where this most likely came from. I downloaded MagicISO from a third party link and while installing I clicked a couple of 'accepts' where I shouldn't have. It installed webdiscover and chromium which I removed. ran Malwarebytes scan which remove another 30-40 registry entries and what not. but nothing on this. I also used Ninite.com to install some softwares. screenshot attached.
  20. I have the same problem occurring on my desktop in both Chrome and Edge. I just rebuilt my system about 2 weeks ago with a new SSD and windows 10 OS. The problems with my previous HDD may or may not have been related to this problem, but I was experiencing issues with that set-up especially in chrome. When running Chrome I would get high levels of CUP usage. This would cause my system to become unusable at times. Ultimately CHKDSK revealed that there may been disk problems so I went down that path and replaced my OS HDD with a new SSD. I did not restore the system, I rebuilt by loading a new OS and reinstalling some of the apps. That was a little history on my system... Now I am experiencing redirects to grimsurveys,com when I am on the comcast website sitting idle. Lately it is occurring more frequently. Yesterday when I turned on my screen after being on all night there was a warning message indicating my data would be lost, passwords taken and such. The infection was a variant of yahlover.worm malware. I used CCleaner and mallwarebites and nothing was found. I searched various remedies and found that some think its a website attack and nothing on my computer needs to be cleaned. This morning I received a Mallwarebites notification of a block of a malicious web site. I assume it was the yahlover.worm attack again. Mallwarebites hasn't blocked the grimsurvey redirects... In my estimation this is all related. I am interested in finding a solution. If not I will rebuild my system again and to determine if there is still a problem. Is there firmware or something outside of the disk storage system that could be infected and could propagate a problem from the old disk to the new disk?
  21. Just completed a run of Malwarebytes 3 and FRST. The 3 logs are attached for your reference. Thank you for your time! Chris Malwarebytes scan log.txt FRST.txt Addition.txt
  22. What is Oneway? The Malwarebytes research team has determined that Oneway is a hosts file hijacker and part of an adware bundle. These adware applications display advertisements not originating from the sites you are browsing. How do I know if my computer is affected by Oneway? You may see these entries in your hosts file: How did Oneway get on my computer? Adware applications use different methods for distributing themselves. This particular one was bundled with other software. How do I remove Oneway? Our program Malwarebytes can detect and remove this potentially unwanted program. Please download Malwarebytes to your desktop. Double-click mb3-setup-consumer-{version}.exe and follow the prompts to install the program. Then click Finish. Once the program has fully updated, select Scan Now on the Dashboard. Or select the Threat Scan from the Scan menu. If another update of the definitions is available, it will be implemented before the rest of the scanning procedure. When the scan is complete, make sure that all Threats are selected, and click Remove Selected. Restart your computer when prompted to do so. Is there anything else I need to do to get rid of Oneway? No, Malwarebytes removes Oneway completely. If you were using a custom hosts file you may want to re-install it. How would the full version of Malwarebytes help protect me? We hope our application and this guide have helped you eradicate this adware. As you can see below the full version of Malwarebytes would have protected you against the Oneway adware. It would have warned you before the adware could install itself, giving you a chance to stop it before it became too late. Technical details for experts Possible signs in FRST logs: Hosts: There are more than one entry in Hosts. See Hosts section of Addition.txt () C:\Users\{username}\Desktop\oneway.exe ==================== Hosts content: ========================== (If needed Hosts: directive could be included in the fixlist to reset Hosts.) 2009-07-14 04:34 - 2017-07-10 10:49 - 00001146 ____A C:\Windows\system32\Drivers\etc\hosts 127.0.0.1 cpm.paneladmin.pro 127.0.0.1 publisher.hmdiadmingate.xyz 127.0.0.1 distribution.hmdiadmingate.xyz 127.0.0.1 hmdicrewtracksystem.xyz 127.0.0.1 linkmate.space 127.0.0.1 space1.adminpressure.space 127.0.0.1 trackpressure.website 127.0.0.1 doctorlink.space 127.0.0.1 plugpackdownload.net 127.0.0.1 dscdn.pw 127.0.0.1 beautifllink.xyz Alterations made by the installer: File system details [View: All details] (Selection) --------------------------------------------------- In the existing folder C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc Alters the file hosts = 7/10/2017 10:49 AM, 1146 bytes, A Registry details [View: All details] (Selection) ------------------------------------------------ [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\tschmna] "state"="REG_SZ", "succed" [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\tsckmna] "state"="REG_SZ", "succed" [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\{24F5E422-6A70-4FAA-8CAD-E23D5DC1DAE6}] [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\{DD0688A5-FC8B-4E93-A485-CBF606A56D49}] [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Searchy] Malwarebytes log: Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com -Log Details- Scan Date: 7/10/17 Scan Time: 3:48 PM Log File: mbamOneway.txt Administrator: Yes -Software Information- Version: 3.1.2.1733 Components Version: 1.0.141 Update Package Version: 1.0.2333 License: Premium -System Information- OS: Windows 7 Service Pack 1 CPU: x64 File System: NTFS User: {computername}\{username} -Scan Summary- Scan Type: Threat Scan Result: Completed Objects Scanned: 337571 Threats Detected: 1 Threats Quarantined: 1 Time Elapsed: 2 min, 48 sec -Scan Options- Memory: Enabled Startup: Enabled Filesystem: Enabled Archives: Enabled Rootkits: Disabled Heuristics: Enabled PUP: Enabled PUM: Enabled -Scan Details- Process: 0 (No malicious items detected) Module: 0 (No malicious items detected) Registry Key: 0 (No malicious items detected) Registry Value: 0 (No malicious items detected) Registry Data: 0 (No malicious items detected) Data Stream: 0 (No malicious items detected) Folder: 0 (No malicious items detected) File: 1 Adware.Tuto4PC.Generic, C:\USERS\{username}\DESKTOP\ONEWAY.ZIP, Quarantined, [1342], [414802],1.0.2333 Physical Sector: 0 (No malicious items detected) (end) As mentioned before the full version of Malwarebytes could have protected your computer against this threat. We use different ways of protecting your computer(s): Dynamically Blocks Malware Sites & Servers Malware Execution Prevention Save yourself the hassle and get protected.
  23. I also apologize for adding to this thread. I'm having the same problem. Pages being redirected when I visit Yahoo and other websites, as well as the verosmedia.com domain name being used in some redirects. I posted a thread about this at bleeping computer and the volunteer gave my computer a clean bill of health. MalwareBytes, HitmanPro, and avast also say my machine is clean. This leads me to believe that the problem is not actually malware based and is the result of someone abusing ad networks that we happen to be interacting with (at least in my case). This is only my intuition, but it seems to be supported by the fact that the redirect pages include the URL of the webpage that was hijacked. To my untrained eye that seems to be the kind of information someone running a marketing campaign would want recorded to figure out how effective their ad purchasing is. My intuition could be off though and I could be totally wrong. Again I apologize for posting in this thread. I wont post again unless requested to, I just felt the need to say that I'm experiencing the same problems with what seems to be a clean computer. Best regards.
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