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I was playing a few hours earlier and my PC started acting weird, tabs being opened by themselves and keys and clicks without my input, This is clearly the signs of RAT and I've had hard time trying to remove it. I ran a couple of full scans to see if that would find it but it did not, I tried looking in task manager and other places for suspicious programs but there wasn't any, The only thing I've caught was an Inbound connection by a Trogan report which was located in my wininit.exe file, I've attached it below. Any help would be greatly appreciated! report.txt
Hi! I recently removed an adware called Adware.Simpliclean using adwcleaner, and shortly after that I started getting Inbound Connection attempts from 18.104.22.168 (which is an address from Holland, apparently known to try to spread malware, do brute force attacks, etc). I'm currently using Malwarebytes Premium Trial, which has successfully been able to block all attempts to connect. I've scanned my system a couple of times, and I have not gotten any more malware, but these inbound connections keep being blocked. Do I still have anything on my system that is prompting these attempts? If it's worth mentioning, I keep getting these warnings even when I don't have any browsers running. I have attached malwarebytes threatscan log, as well as Farbar Recovery Scan Tool logs. Malwarebytes Threat Scan.txt FRST.txt Addition.txt