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I have this strange and irritating problem that's making my laptop, especially chrome really slow and buggy. Despite following the exact procedure mentioned in malwarebyte's blog - using ADW, then malwarebytes and then followed by Hitman pro - I can't seem to get rid of pup.optional.oversearch.a and its other variants. I scanned today just to make sure that there isn't any malware, and I got hit by the pup warning again. What should I do to remove this malware for once and for all?
Hi - help please I have gone through a couple of cycles of Malwarebytes detecting and saying it has removed puptoptional.pricegong.A and similar, only for the infection to re-emerge. Here are my DDS and attach files. What next - I have just run a scan saying it was clean immedately after the last cycle. Thank Nick6429 attach.txt dds.txt