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Hi. I was listening to the radio in the backround and heard an advert for a PC "cleaner". It had that typical robotic american woman voice explaining everything it had to offer, and that made me very suspicious. After going to the website, I was hit with even more suspicions about it. I then downloaded it, the installer looked fishy yet again but the EULA looked okay. After doing a (superfast) full scan, it stated I have 254 errors on my PC. Typical run-of-the-mill rouge cleaner, except this is sponsered on a radio station. MBAM did not detect it(not as PUP, not as a threat, nothing)
I'm not sure if this is the exact location to place this, but I would like to inform you of my experience with the Total Security rogue which appears to be a ripoff of Bitdefender. In my testing, Malwarebytes did detect the Rogue antivirus as shown in the attached picture and did supposedly remove it, however, upon restart (as requested by Malwarebytes when the scan completed), the Rogue is still there and appears untouched, it will boot with the operating system as well. I would be happy to submit this sample of the rogue so that you can improve Malwarebytes's removal of it if needed. Also, i
I have removed this infection twice I think with combofix, but I must be wrong because it keeps reappearing. It does nothing to my desktop, and Spybot notifies me each time I start the computer up that it's trying to delete my CMD, taskMGR, drivers, and a few other components. I simply click deny and remember that decision. It is a redirect infection. I have conquered it and been without redirection for the rest of the day, but every time I restart the computer it seems to reinfect my machine. I have scanned multiple times with TDSSkiller, Malewarebytes, and Rougekiller, as well as Combofix