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  1. Hi, I have a problem in my windows pc with a site "monerohash.com", which I never visited and didn't know its existence before now (I apologize for my bad english, I'm from Italy🇮🇹 ). Every 30 seconds malwarebytes blocks a connection to that site (that I didn't asked for) telling me that the infected path is located in system32 (I will attach the notification here). Can someone please tell me how to fix this? I am really afraid about it. Thanks.
  2. about 3 weeks ago I had to download a software from a site I don't trust called "get into pc" and after about 10 days I noticed windows defender doesn't exist anymore, windows update not working and the pc takes much longer to boot so I downloaded malware bytes and did a scan. It detected 27 malware elements trojans, something called bitcoin miner and some other things, I quarantined them all and installed a new windows and after about a week or so everything happened again and windows defender is deleted again and the pc rakes longer and when I scanned by malwarebytes it detected the same 27
  3. So the last known programs installed, were on the 18 of this month. Im running windows 10, and i made the mistake of thinking it could handle me torrenting. As I've done it countless times before, on win7 ult and didnt encounter a thing wrong. Anyways, long story short, im infected with something. I've ran countless programs to remedy it to no avail. unhackme, malwarebytes, adw cleaner, roguekiller, and hitmanpro, all based on this websites recommendation. im still infected. upon going through, nearly every folder in my drive (fresh install of win10 so i dont have much)i came across 3 folders
  4. Hi , Can any one explain me bitcoin miner Trojan? we have affected by bitcoinminer Trojan to our lync servers and we are not able to find root cause why and how it is affecting our lync server? can any one tell me what information is it mining (ant specific syntax that it is searching) Thanks, Vinod
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