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  1. When I run JRT recently, I keep getting the following result: C:\WINDOWS\system32\Tasks\PCDEventLauncherTask (Task) Is this an infection? If so, how do I cure it. Is this a false positive? If so, how do I stop it from appearing? Thank you JRT.txt
  2. So I recently downloaded JRT version 8.1.4 to help get rid of a RiskWare.Agent.E that Malwarebytes finds and is unable to quarantine as well as a Wonknod.A that Microsoft Security Essentials keeps detecting but is unable to get rid of. When I run JRT as an administrator either in Normal or Safe Mode I get the following error. "Could not create file C:\Users\DRAC83~1.JEF\AppData\Local\Temp\jrt\clean_shortcut.vbs Access is denied.". My computer appears to be working alright after I cleaned out a virus yesterday except for Windows 7 saying it may not be valid (which it is). Any help is greatly appreciated. Cheers!
  3. Hi everyone, My name is Ryan and I'm new to the community, and I'm coming to you all with some irritable reasons. I have had the most persistent malware infecting (I think only chrome - on Win 10) for the past 2 weeks with no avail. Currently I have used JRT, AdwCleaner, HitManPro, Malwarebytes and Avast. The last two never seem to detect anything, while the first three detect and delete, detect and delete, detect and delete... without permanently resolving my issue! I have removed all suspicious chrome extensions, reset my chrome several times, and even remain logged out of my chrome account with no avail - it keeps coming back essentially in the form of ad redirects. The most unusual element of this is whenever I click on any google docs urls it immediately turns into an ad redirect that malwarebytes blocks (even when not signed into chrome). I'm at a loss and not entirely sure what to do. I've attached some screenshots detailing some logs/readouts of what I've encountered so far in terms of problems. If there are any experts out here who can help me purge my chrome of this adware I would be overly appreciative (especially with regards to saving the money I'd have to spend on a computer guy). Best, Ryan P.S. HitManPro sometimes detects up to 25 tracers including the conduit, and I've managed to bring AdwCleaner to 3-4 each time. Funny thing is they usually detect nothing until I re-open chrome from my taskbar on Windows 10. The blocked site by malwarebytes is also the result of clicking a google docs link.
  4. Hi, A new version of JRT was released today -- 8.1.4 Changelog: Version 8.1.4 (07.09.2017) False positive fixes Thanks everyone for being patient. We'd like to hear your feedback! Regards, Filipos
  5. I was doing scan with jrt and the logs it gave me said it couldnt delete some files in the temporary internet files folder. All of the files had a Content.IE5 on them. Could this maybe a sign of infection?
  6. Hi there, I've been fighting some sort of malware on my computer since yesterday. It randomly opens new tabs, new pages, or replaces existing tabs in Chrome with ads for explicit games, dating sites, or online stores. I have installed and ran malwarebytes multiple times - it's currently the only thing blocking new ads from popping up about 50% of the time as I'm on the premium trial. I've also run adware cleaner, and junkware removal tool. I've ran ccleaner once to get rid of any temp files. Each time, the programs were able to find some things and delete them, but on restart the issue keeps cropping up. I've also reset internet explorer and chrome settings multiple times. I have teamviewer installed, in case that's useful. I am attaching: 1. FRST.txt as indicated in the instructions 2. Addition.txt as indicated in the instructions 3. My latest scan report from malwarebytes 4. 2 example reports of the websites it's blocking 5. My latest report from adwcleaner 6. My latest report from jrt. Note that every time I've run it it's said "Successfully deleted: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\\GoogleChromeAutoLaunch_93F9BCD69D5206741B8721559088D9F0 (Registry Value) " I appreciate any and all efforts to resolve this! Addition.txt AdwCleaner[.txt blockedsite.txt blockedsite2.txt FRST.txt JRT.txt malwarebytesscanreport.txt
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