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  1. I got infected with a bunch of malware pushing me to ssoextension. Malwarebytes mostly successfully removed it from all of my browsers and other places. However, one particular process Malwarebytes keeps on block from access ssoextension.com (see attached log). I have not been able to delete the file VuurenWebTQM.exe because it is loaded as a process. When I kill the process, it immediately restarts itself. Malwarebytes scans don't find the process, nor does AdvCleaner (nor RKill). Meanwhile, every few minutes, the file attempts to phone home. Is there a way to point the scans at a
  2. I've done some research about G.exe, it seem that is a hidden window in the system that is not malicious at all. So here's my history: I had that for some time, the G window preventing windows from shutting down, I ran all kinds of cleaners and anti virusses, also Ran TRON script, turned down that I formated my PC and Started again with a clean boot. Some days later, I got It again, I don't know how I got it the First time, so I don't know what I did wrong. I read the thread bellow, It seems that the Guy responding had that issue too, but the windows are not malicious. https://
  3. I own many different macs for my whole family: - Macbook pro retina 2017 mid specs - Macbook 12" (2x) top specs - Macbook 13" 2015 top specs - Mabook pro retina 2018 top specs - etc. All of them run High Sierra 10.13.6. All of them run MWB 3.3.32 On all of them, the attached is a typical representation of CPU usage i get from "RTProtectionDaemon". ?As you can see, on a 9h 12m uptime, Malware Bytes was pegging the CPU at 94%!!!!!! ? This leads to: - slow macs regardless of CPU type, memory and ssd type. - a reduction in the lifespan of
  4. The title sums it up nicely, i cannot : resume or end or change in any way the process it prevents me from starting up the program hence i cannot uninstall or reinstall i used Mbam check and here are my results if that helps at all mb-check-results.txt mb-check-results.zip
  5. Malwarebytes in good company (https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/035877bf8ca678541a8142e65e7f4bccd8d903642aac93deedf0276561aa57f1/detection )detects and quarantines a commercial cots component from DataAccess corporation. Product info https://www.dataaccess.com/products/dataflex/features-243 Problem statement, The compiled web apps are triggering false positives by MalwareBytes which result in quarantine. The files are believed benign, system is clean room level pristine clean Latest rev of MalwareBytes and signatures and the vendor product DataFlex2017-19.0.33.4.Studio.e
  6. Hi, I am rather terrified. I was an idiot and installed malware on my computer. It is called scop.exe, and it will not let me close it down or delete it. Since it has shown up, I've been noticing clicking sounds every second. As if it is doing background stuff. in just fifteen minutes while I was scanning, it has imported 92 viruses. Various riskware, Trojans, and adware. Upon restarting to quorentine my computer no longer starts up properly. I have repaired startup through the repair disk and that worked, but only temporarily. If I restart, the same thing occurs again. No hardware i
  7. Lately MBAM has become more obnoxious popping up nag boxes to upgrade. If I clicked "no" to this 14 days in a row, why would I will click "yes" on day 15? But putting that aside for a second, I was informed that a new version needs to be downloaded and installed. In other programs this happens seamlessly. In MBAM, I click 'agree and install', it attempts a fresh installation of the whole program, and immediately I get a long error about "could not overwrite mbam.exe"... now, I'm aware of what's happening, it doesn't have permission to shut down and overwrite the main MBAM process,
  8. Recently my computer has been infected through I'm sure something I have downloaded yet I was not fast enough to catch it and my computer is suffering. This seems to be a similar situation to a forum post I read up on to find out what is happening to my computer. I have a fairly high end computer in which I should not have any lag whatsoever no matter what application(s) I am running but as of late my computer struggles simply with google chrome. I checked out my task manager to see what process was taking up almost 100% of my CPU and RAM and it was "Windows Process Manager (32 bit)" and
  9. I have a process called csrss.exe,is it a virus or not ? If yes,what I should do ?
  10. Hello guys, there's always a process that takes up 25% and it stays like that, until I decide to stop the process, once I do that another process starts taking up 25% (very badly phrased sorry) it's obviously a virus, I'd really appreciate any help. (I tried to scan the process' files yet no threats were detected so I dunno) Thanks !
  11. I wanted to add Virtualbox to web exclusions in order to allow the P2P app from guest OS to work fully, but even if I do this I still get the alerts. Virtualbox creates multiple processes of Virtualbox.exe complete with same path, only arguments are process specific. I think the web protection process exclusion feature was not designed to consider this scenario.
  12. I've been running mbae for a long while now and about a month ago it started notifying me of what process it was protecting whenever I launched said process. "Google Chrome now protected" and such when I opened chrome. These notifications come in the form of a popup speech bubble from the system tray. This is all fine and dandy but today it out of the blue told me that it was protecting internet explorer. Now this surprised me since ive not used internet explorer for over a year and that was when I downloaded google chrome after a full os reinstall and format. I checked the taskmanager and f
  13. Hello, I really need help. After my dad used the pc, I found two programs: Yessearch and MPC cleaner. I immediately uninstalled them with Revo Uninstaller, but there is a system process (MPCProtectService.exe) locked, in fact I can't get rid of it neither using task manager nor with Unlocker... When I try to kill the process it displays me "access denied". I scanned multiple times the computer with Avast and Malwarebytes, but MPC cleaner seems good for both of them. Furthermore this virus/malware has a lot of .exe files in its folder, but every letter is showed like a square, as you can see i
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