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  1. Hi After every system restart, Malwarebytes always picks up threats in the 'Imminent' folder in AppData/Roaming. Contained in the Imminent folder is a file called 'Geo.dat' and another folder called 'Logs' which contains log files. It is picked up as stolen data during the scan. Removing the 'Imminent' doesn't solve the problem as it all comes back after a restart. Please help
  2. Hello, Hopefully, I have posted in the right place. So, some backstory. Couple days ago, several sites reported suspicious logins. I changed the passwords, thinking it was just somebody stole my password. Then, more suspicious activity. I was surprised, but just in case, I used only my Linux laptop for logging in. It stopped, so I run MalwareBytes to see if there's maybe a keylogger. Here's the logfile: Searching online, I think I might have the Imminent Monitor backdoor trojan. I am not sure, so can somebody have a look at this? Thanks in advance
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