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  1. Attached is the Trojans And Malware that keep coming back, even after scans with windows protector and Malwarebytes and from putting these guys in quarantine/removing. I'd like to rid of these completely, they've been pestering me for almost a month now...
  2. I think I need help removing an Adware virus identified from Bitdefender. I tried to delete it, but it seems to come back, also, i can't seem to enter the temp folder. There are quite a few but this is one of them. "Item was blocked. Threat name: Adware.Dealply.1.Gen. Path C:\Windows\Temp\tmp000001f6\tmp00001367." I really hope someone could assist me.
  3. I think I need help removing an Adware virus identified from Bitdefender. I tried to delete it, but it seems to come back, also, i can't seem to enter the temp folder. There are quite a few but this is one of them. "Item was blocked. Threat name: Adware.Dealply.1.Gen. Path C:\Windows\Temp\tmp000001f6\tmp00001367." I really hope someone could assist me.
  4. Issue: removing searchencrypt, malware. I have been using malwarebytes many years so did a heuristic scan and report removed lots of stuff. But searchencrypt immediately reappeared and took over all google searches. I am new to forum. It is late and I have this problem (later I will read and learn how to use for optimal response and as to not bother others). I have to sleep and don't know what harm can come to my desktop....anyone? Would greatly appreciate any advice and also what am I doing wrong -- how to keep desktop safer? Thanks, Barbara (Eluard)
  5. Hello. My sister is running Malware Bytes on her computer currently and so far has found: Vendor PUP.Optional.SweetPacks Location C:\Windows\System32\ljkb\lmrn.dll There is 8 in that location. And 1 SweetPacks in location C:\Windows\SysWOW64\jmdp\lmrn.dll PUP.Optional.InstallBrain Location 1: C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ARFC\wrtc.exe Location 2: C:\Windows\SysWOW64\WNLT\Installation\uninstaller.exe PUP.Optional.BrowseForTheCause Location: C:\system32\tasks\BrowseForTheCauseUpdate There is also DMUninstaller in add/remove programs she tried to remove but receives an error to contact the computer administrator. Which the administrator account is her account. Could this be an infection too? I'll post the full log as an attachment when it's done. Thanks in advance
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