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  1. Hello! I really don't like asking for help with malware as I can usually remove it myself, but these two specific programs have been taking up my CPU [and ESPECIALLY my memory] and i'd love to finally get rid of these guys as this is both my work computer and my computer used for gaming, editing, all that jazz. I'm assuming one of which is using my computer as a bitcoin mining machine, which may be why the memory is always at 70% - 100% My MBAM logs don't seem to detect them, so i'm not sure if I can really send anything yet, but from what I can tell all of these buggers are in the local appdata folder, each with their own folder being named "iadnzsu" "igfxmtc" and "pwnmebi". Any help would be much appreciated, I've tried removing them myself but even in admin mode it locks me out of those folders and those folders only. Thanks! - Oso
  2. Hi all, I have the same issue I have been battling malware since infection last night and I have zeroed in on 3 folders in the AppData/Local folder: "auovemb", "csaentd", and "igfxmtc". These folders are locked up good. Can't delete/rename, or even look inside them. In order to look inside them, I installed Ubuntu bash terminal and cd'ed inside to peek around. I tried deleting these using sudo and chmod 777 but no dice. Of these 3 folders, only igfxmtc has an executable that's running in taskman. Can't end that process either. I also had two unnamed processes in taskman that, when I opened their file location, it brought me to SysWOW64/svchost.exe . I ended those tasks and the issue with my Chrome browser redirecting with ciytpage was non-existent....til reboot of course. I've since used alot of tools to scan, and they've all found a few things, but nothing has detected these three folders and their contents. That said, I'm patiently watching this thread to see if a solution occurs. thanks.
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