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  1. So I trade crypto. I run into scams and malware on the regular, its not a big deal to me personally as i think of myself as quite security savy. I have been looking for a very useful feature(OCO order types) that isnt offered by the exchange i use to trade on (Binance).So I've done plenty of digging and looking around for a legit 3rd party piece of software and encountered plenty that offer the feature i am looking for but are obvious scams. I did however run into this platform that looks by far worth the effort and risk of getting more info on it as the level of software is by far the mo
  2. so i did a normal scan and came across 12 problems, 4 PUP's and 8 Malware. here are the results: Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com -Log Details- Scan Date: 12/14/17 Scan Time: 12:38 PM Log File: a1e0e58e-e0cb-11e7-b31b-3065ec17b5c3.json Administrator: Yes -Software Information- Version: 3.3.1.2183 Components Version: 1.0.262 Update Package Version: 1.0.3488 License: Free -System Information- OS: Windows 10 (Build 16299.125) CPU: x64 File System: NTFS User: MARKS-PC\mark -Scan Summary- Scan Type: Threat Scan Result: Completed Objects Scan
  3. Hello. I usually use the computer at work, and the norton anti-virus was out of date for 2 months. I ran Malwarebytes full scan and now I have 1433 threats. I will put log here. I'm lost if dealing with these. Does this mean possess "hacking"? Cuz I'm worried if the data is being hijacked or somethin' bad. Malwarebytes www.malwarebytes.com -Log Details- Scan Date: 5/23/17 Scan Time: 6:59 PM Log File: Malwarebytes Scan Report Results.txt Administrator: Yes -Software Information- Version: 3.1.2.1733 Components Version: 1.0.122 Update Packag
  4. Hi All, I'm running across an interesting set of registry keys (IEAddOn.DLL) being flagged while conducting a full system scan on a coworker's machine. Here is some information after further investigation (FYI - all machines in question are Windows 10 OS): The same keys (IEAddOn.DLL) are found on multiple machines while other machines are coming back completely clean. Some of the machines with these "infections" are freshly imaged. The keys do not delete on reboot after running a full scan. In testing, I ran a full scan while in Safe Mode without networking and th
  5. My computer was infected with DNS Unlocker. The Kaspersky software didn't find any issues. I took the computer to OfficeMax for a scan which showed 2 trojans and 4 security hijacks. The tech was nice enough to tell me he used MalwareBytes and provided me with a text file of the results (see attached). Through Kaspersky tech support I was able to resolve the DNS Unlocker issue but they could not find the trojans and security hijacks. I downloaded Malwarbytes Premium and ran a full scan. It detected 151 PUPs but didn't find the trojans or security hacks. I took the computer back to OfficeMax and
  6. Hello. The performance of my laptop is acting up today with the BSOD and really slow start up so I did a scan and found 4 infected registry keys. Should I remove them? Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 1.75.0.1300www.malwarebytes.org Database version: v2014.01.04.08 Windows 7 Service Pack 1 x64 NTFSInternet Explorer 11.0.9600.16476Naked_Prince :: HIBARI [administrator] 1/5/2014 12:42:17 AMMBAM-log-2014-01-05 (05-45-18).txt Scan type: Full scan (C:\|)Scan options enabled: Memory | Startup | Registry | File System | Heuristics/Extra | Heuristics/Shuriken | PUP | PUMScan options disabled: P2PObjects s
  7. I have a Toshiba P850 with Windows 8 loaded with Norton 360.. which is why I'm baffled how MBAM found a list of PUP.Optional.PassShow.A's and PUP.Optional.NextLive.A's particularly attached to Registry keys. (My subscription to System Mechanic Pro expired yesterday.) I'm not a techie or even well read in computers but know enough to realize 'you' don't mess with the registry. Here's the latest log, from the Pro trial as I don't have the money to pay for a subscription.: Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (Trial) 1.75.0.1300www.malwarebytes.org Database version: v2013.12.29.02 Windows 8 x6
  8. Hello folks at Malwarebytes. Earlier while I was on my computer I noticed I was getting pop-up windows while running Chrom or Firefox. It was a blank page (I think ad-block blocked the content) that would randomly show up while I was browsing the internet. So I looked into my task manager by running a security task manager software and weDownload Manager came up as a suspicious process. I looked around on google and most said it wasn't a good thing to have running on your computer. I found it in my control panel -> uninstall programs and removed it that way. So after that I ran Malwareb
  9. Today all of a sudden i got an error on my Google search page which read - "Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. This page checks to see if it's really you sending the requests, and not a robot. Why did this happen?" And asked me to finish a captcha. I submitted the captcha and Google un-blocked me. When i Googled about this search engine error, many people said its better to scan with Malwarebytes. When i did so, its showing the Registry Keys as malicious softwares. Are they really malicious softwares? Should i delete them? Any idea about that Google search en
  10. Is this a false positive? Scanned of computer turns up this result. " Registry Keys Detected: 2 HKCR\CLSID\{E9373BD9-7363-427F-A2A6-1E8BA91FFB3E} (Trojan.Agent) -> No action taken. [acc68954bba241f56ab198888d7726da] HKCR\Interface\{E9373BD9-7363-427F-A2A6-1E8BA91FFB3E} (Trojan.Agent) -> No action taken. [acc68954bba241f56ab198888d7726da] Registry Values Detected: 0 (No malicious items detected) Registry Data Items Detected: 0 (No malicious items detected) Folders Detected: 0 (No malicious items detected) Files Detected: 1 C:\Alternative Program Files\TiEmu3-gdb\tiemups.dll (Trojan.Agent)
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