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Please help! I have an HP stream 11 and it suddenly had a message come up regarding malware?? I've tried everything I've read in forums for the last 24 and nothing had helped, it's just getting worse. I no longer I'm able to delete certain files because I don't have to permission. Malwarebytes keeps popping up with a message telling me that PUPs have blocked me from going to a site that I'm trying to go to to clean the virus. I have downloaded as many different malware removers as I can but my computer is becoming less and less usable. Please help!!! Also, every scanner/detector, comes back with a clean result as if nothing is wrong with it, but there's definitely something wrong!!!!
Hello all, I have been reading through the forum and following the advice of the forum moderators I have decided to create my own topic. Earlier today I upgraded the free version of Malwarebytes to the 14-day premium version. Since the download has been completed, I have been getting non-stop warnings for websites blocked that are being detected as malicious. The ports are constantly changing, but the common theme is that they all come from the same IP address (188.8.131.52), are all outbound, and originate from svchost.exe I have downloaded and ran the programs listed here https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/virus-removal/fix-malicious-web-site-blocked-alert-from-svchost.exe/ but the updates are still occurring. I have also ran Farbar Recovery Scan Tool, and I have attached my FRST and Addition txt files to this post here. If there is anything else I need to add please let me know. FRST.txt Addition.txt
Is there is a way to block this malicious webpage? It pops up after I log in to Yahoo and am directed to the Yahoo home page. If I do not immediately leave the Yahoo home page, the attd zipped page appears. If I do not immediately close the tab, it locks the screen and I am unable to close the tab. I must power down the laptop and restart it to get rid of the page. This only happens upon logging in to Yahoo. (I don't know what would happen if I didn't log in to Yahoo and just visited the home page.) archive.zip