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Hello, Several of our PCs have been infected with malware. So far, all seem to have been removed successfully except on one PC. This is a Windows 7 PC.. Each time I run Malwarebytes, it finds trojan.agent.e.generic in the windows hosts file; we quarantine it, Malwarebytes says successful, restart to finish the deletion. Restart to finish deletion results in failure. I'm attaching one of the Malwarebytes scans and files from Farbar. mbscan3.txt Addition.txt FRST.txt
Hello Malwarebytes, I hope you can help me today. So here's the story, I was searching up these entries that Rkill had found in my hosts file and had the results come up with redirecting viruses, but one thing that struck me was that nothing has appeared to be happening on my computer, so I'm worried that they are dormant or are waiting to be 'sprung' or something. Anyway - here are some logs, looking forward to hear from you Rkill.txt FRST.txt dds.txt
Hi all. I have a persistant adware hiding somewhere in a Win7 Pro 32bit, on domain. I've ran and removed several pua/pup using Malwarebytes, Adwcleaner, Ad-Aware, Spybot Search & Destroy and ComboFix. The pop-ups and browser hijacking have subsided again, for now, but all the files in the drivers/etc folder still have the file type as "JioniCoupon." Uh. I'm hoping someone can assist, I appreciate it! Attached: Addition log FRST log mbam log Hijackthis log Screenshot of affected files