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  1. First off, some background- I started this topic as i have been running into issues over the last few days. It started when a virus embedded in the most recent version of Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) was downloaded to my Computer (Windows 10 x64- running only Defender and free version of malwarebytes, at this point in time). I tried to move file to desktop- took a minute (hmm). Then decided to Place in my Extra Apps folder (w/ MWB, + couple others). Got locked on transfer screen (hmmmm), Tried to move to Recycle Bin, same thing. went to to file location, finally got it to move into recycle
  2. My system got infected. Malwarebytes only picks up PUP, it is not able to remove it. Malwarebites anti root cannot start, cannot install driver. All other software software failed. Norton tells that it is fifex, while it is not. File location is locked. I tried to boot from Linux boot disk and delete the directory, but after a while it reapers. Tried RegRun reanimator. Still not sure. Files from FarBar are attached. Please help. Addition.txt FRST.txt
  3. I was referred here from other forum - already ran the frst and attached 3 files here: https://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?/topic/154201-pop-up-saying-databases-our-of-date/
  4. Installed and ran the software. Ran all options in the Chamelion starter. Attempted all alternative startup methods described on malwarebytes.org website. In all cases the software attempts to start but is prevented from doing so. Addition.txt FRST.txt
  5. Hi, I recently updated my 'Malwarebytes Anti-Malware' program and since then I've been getting a log report come up about 5/10mins after starting my computer telling me it stopped a threat called cdn.zeusclicks.com. When scanning my computer with either 'Malwarebytes Anti-Malware' or 'AVG' it doesn't come up with anything. Also I've noticed that my AVG firewall is stopped when first starting my computer up, which I immediately fix. I've researched what it is and it seems as though it attacks browsers to steal banking information. I've called my bank to stop any transactions happening until
  6. I am really worried because I will not be able to afford another computer if I lose this. So basically when I started up my computer this morning I noticed that all my files were gone and wouldn't load, a restart fixed this however. But I have a little red exclamation mark on my Malwarebytes. clicking on it had it say "Real Time Protection: "No Protection" There's a fix now button but I have pressed it REPEATEDLY and to no avail, absolutely nothing happens. I have restarted my computer several times and it also cannot update, it fails to access the update server even though my internet is fi
  7. so i followed the first couple of steps to clean it out and here are the malwayre bytes logs and the dds logs Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (Trial) Database version: v2013.07.09.03 Windows 7 Service Pack 1 x64 NTFSInternet Explorer 9.0.8112.16421Margo :: MARGO-PC [administrator] Protection: Enabled 7/9/2013 9:05:00 PMmbam-log-2013-07-09 (21-05-00).txt Scan type: Full scan (C:\|D:\|)Scan options enabled: Memory | Startup | Registry | File System | Heuristics/Extra | Heuristics/Shuriken | PUP | PUMScan options disabled: P2PObjects scanned: 337864Time elapsed: 1 hour
  8. opened my laptop today and loud advertisements started playing immediately. i closed the window that was open(i had been watching a show online when i was falling asleep) and the ads didn't stop playing. i checked(ctrl+alt+dlt) if anything was running that i couldn't see and nothing. so i decided to restart and even through the whole shutting down process, the ads were still playing. they are ads for droid, some gardening website, career finding, devry...etc. just completely random. my internet explorer has been compromised somehow too. the address bar has been replaced with an advertisement.
  9. Hello, this is a Windows 7 computer that will only boot in safemode without networking. Run of MBAM software was clean but the software was not updated to the most recent version (30 days ago). Files dds.txt and attach.txt are attached. Thank you for your help.
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