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After bringing up www.msn.ca and viewing for a short period of time, tab is completely grabbed by another url and display having a popup; I've seen two different urls so far; they follow: https://visitormedicalinsurance.xyz/f28b2078b2c876bc56d518909c6777ed/index.html?ip=18.104.22.168&trackid=20200321231120551 https://mconsumerdefinition.xyz/f28b2078b2c876bc56d518909c6777ed/index.html (this one had an ip and track id parameters as well) After answering some user survey questions and clicking through some windows, the user selects a prize they have one (e.g., Samsung Galaxy phone) and then the user is asked to supply credit card information for shipping. Scam displays the user's service provider name and branding in the header to fool the user. Close inspection of text reveals odd, but not necessarily incorrect grammar. Scam appears very professional and could fool lots of folks. Please have a look so others are not inconvenienced or worse yet taken advantage of. I have the latest version of Malwarebytes premium installed and it did not detect this malware. Neither did my most recent version of Norton Internet Security.
Heyo! I recently downloaded a file, which installed a bunch of viruses on my PC. I used MalwareBytes, HitmanPro and 2 other programs to wipe all the easy ones, but 2/3 of them seem to remain. They will not end task, and I cannot manually delete them. I only get "Access is denied." Please help, I am in serious need of it! :) The two/three ones that remain are called - "Service Provider (32-bit)", "Windows Process Manager (32-bit) and "zandorsvc.exe". The zando one is weird since it says it is by Toshiba (I have a microsoft laptop) and was created around the time that I got the viruses/malware. It's also weird since no one knows about it that I have found. Anyways, please help. Thanks! Thanks, Aiden.