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Conventional wisdom used to be that one should not run multiple real-time virus scanners simultaneously. I just discovered that my wife is running both the paid version of Malwarebytes (18.104.22.168.56) and the paid version of McAfee (16.0 R25 or 18.5, depending on where you look) on her Windows 10 Home machine (not sure which major version). Both real-time scanners are ON. Is that a bad idea? Should she turn one or the other real-time scanner off, or can they play well together nowadays? Thanks for any clarification! -- JCW2
I suspect my laptop may be infected. Over the past few days I have been detecting problems: ADWCleaner has detected: [-] [C:\Users\devin\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Web data] [Search Provider] Deleted: aol.com Malwarebytes Anti-Malware [Premium] keeps popping up a message referring to: Ad.AdservePlus TDSS Killer has detected a bad “Configuration Setting.” I keep losing my internet connection with Netgear telling me that “The DNS server isn’t responding.” Could someone kindly advise me as to whether or not my laptop has been infected? Thank you