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  1. This is an issue I've been having for a few days now. There's a peculiar program in my startup applications that changes its name from -silent to jumbled characters, and occasionally just disappears entirely. However, it hasn't done any harm to my system, but I'd like to find the source and remove it from the system entirely. It isn't detected by malwarebytes, anti-rootkit, adware cleaner, task manager, or autoruns. If someone could help me with this, it would be greatly appreciated. malware log.txt FRST.txt Addition.txt
  2. Hello, I seemingly have some kind of hidden virus on my laptop. after clicking an older "normal" link on the Acer forum. Should have refered to a shop page but instead it showed a fake version of a news website of my country, with a fake story about bitcoins. I haven't clicked anything on that page and closed it. And i started up the anti virus program to have a quick check nothing was wrong. But after half a minute running the program my laptop starts to freeze and nothing responds anymore. i forced the computer to stop by holding power button , after restart, the computer still f
  3. at first this didnt bother me until i remembered i uninstalled chrome a while ago (it wouldn't keep me synced to my account)
  4. Screen recording: 2019-09-07 10:02.mp4 Environment root@momh167-gjp4-8570p:~ # date ; uname -v Sat Sep 7 10:39:13 BST 2019 FreeBSD 13.0-CURRENT r351708 GENERIC-NODEBUG root@momh167-gjp4-8570p:~ # pkg query '%o %v %R' firefox www/firefox 69.0,1 FreeBSD root@momh167-gjp4-8570p:~ # Thoughts The effectiveness of extensions such as Malwarebytes Browser Guard might be limited – in Firefox and the like – by this Mozilla bug: 1378459 - (webextensions-startup) [meta] Allow some addon functionality to load prior to any content loading From https://bugzilla.mozilla.org
  5. After installing Malwarebytes to remove malware, I get two of these popups during startup. I don't know if they are from malware or from malwarebytes. There is no text in the popup, only an "OK" button and an Info icon. I close these without clicking on the "OK" button, but how do I get rid of these?
  6. Malwarebytes Premium v. 3.9.23 dramatically slows down the startup process on my Mac (MacOS Mojave 10.14.6) unless both "Real-Time Protection" features "Ad Block" and "Malware Protection" are unchecked prior to startup. This issue only started with version 3.9.23. With the features unchecked, startup on the Mac is quick -- under 20 seconds from turning my machine on until reaching the Login screen. With Real Time Protection engaged prior to startup (both Ad Block and Malware Protection checked), it takes 3-4 minutes to reach the Login screen. However, on my MacBook Pro running High Sierra
  7. After upgrading today to v. 3.7.1.2839, I was closed the window with the offer to start a 2-week trial, but the trial started anyway. That's not a problem in itself, but because of it (or perhaps for another reason), I can't stop Malware Bytes from starting up with Windows. Any suggestion?
  8. Hi, gang. I'm a licensed user of Malwarebytes Premium 3.7.1. Under Settings > Protection tab > Startup Options, I've chosen "Start Malwarebytes at Windows startup." https://imgur.com/OA5yLhd (screenshot) However, Malwarebytes won't load with Windows unless I manually add a program shortcut to the Windows Start Menu. Obviously, this isn't a pressing issue, but if I've overlooked a software setting, I'd appreciate it if you would let me know. Kind thanks, Brooks Windows 10 Pro x64 (release 1809) Malwarebytes Premium 3.7.1
  9. I'm now over 23 minutes in to a manually-initiated threat scan, with the following apparent hang point: Here's my current configuration: Suggested next steps? Thanks.
  10. Hey! i love malwarebytes and its features and its ossum and as i have a 1.25 GB of RAM on my windows 8.1. I wasn't knowing this but i knew it today that malwarebytes automatically scans my computer without asking for me! And as a result my PC starts to lag! I know i should make a scan everyday and i do make one when i am free! so please say me hot to disable the automatic scan on startup! THANKS, KIRAN,
  11. Hello, My pc apparently has been infected with annoying adware. When I start up my PC, a CMD window flashes, then chrome starts up with an ad page called www.dipladoks.org I ran Malwarebytes, Windows Defender, even in safe mode. I cleaned up my chrome settings, and checked my PC using chrome, yet nothing seems to work
  12. I have not been able to rid my iMac of a TotalAV helper tool installation request at startup. (See attached) I have removed anything having to do with TotalAV from my iMac and have run Malwarebytes several times, but still get this message at startup. Total AV helper.pdf
  13. I am having an issue where g.exe is sporadically preventing my PC from restarting. Bitdefender and Malwarebytes Premium return clean scans. How do I solve this?
  14. Malwarebytes is not loading into the system tray, however, the task manager says it's running, but I cannot see it on the task bar. I reinstalled the program yesterday after noticing it was not loading at all and the Task Manager was showing loading spams, so uninstalling and reinstalling seemed to have fixed it. But now it does not show up on the system task bar. I am running windows 10 with the latest updates. Including a screenshot.
  15. Today i started up my PC and wanted to give it a scan.MBAM didn't startup.I reinstalled MBAM (premium) and again it didn't startup.I am starting to get worried about my security of trojans and malware.Please reply as soon as possible.I have provided MBAM check results below. mb-check-results.zip
  16. Today i started up my PC and wanted to give it a scan.MBAM didn't startup.I reinstalled MBAM (premium) and again it didn't startup.I am starting to get worried about my security of trojans and malware.Please reply as soon as possible.I have provided MBAM check results below. mb-check-results.zip
  17. I don't know what's going on. The default option Malwarebytes came pre-installed with was to run a threat scan on startup. I deleted that to get better performance since my computer has very limited resources and set it to run a hyper scan every week instead. I do not have any other scheduled scans. However, it seems to ignore that and runs a threat scan on startup regardless. It happened 4 times and on these dates: July 3rd, 2018; July 4th, 2018; July 7th, 2018; July 11th, 2018. It happens at random, not necessarily always. For example, when I turned my compute
  18. So malware bytes premium will not start up properly when I start my computer. I can only get it working if I end the processes and start it again. Obviously this is strange and not a good or effective way to have malwarebytes run. I have even tried a fresh install of windows from recovery mode. It makes me worried I’m infected, but who knows. Can anyone help? im running windows 7 64 bit on a Lenovo x230.
  19. I am looking for a way to at least be notified of when a app/prog modifies the window registry, specifically the ~15 startup/auto-run areas of the registry. Hoping Malwarebytes premium has an option to do this. Yes many tools show you what is ALREADY in Run areas on Startup/Logon, but none that notify or block entry into those registry areas BEFORE or when they are created/modified. Tools such as Sysinternals Suite’s autoruns and Ccleaner (both recommended) show current RUN items, But do not block or notify. This should be windows innately ability: notify or block reg modifications. Ye
  20. I'm a software engineer and have used MB successfully on many PCs. However, this Thinkpad T420, Win 7-64, won't run MB 3.4.4 properly. The real time screening functions are running and seem to be working. The only way to scan the C Drive is to select the drive and right-click to scan. The log of the scan shows some error messages, one false threat (I checked) and no malware. See attached. I uninstalled Total AV before running MB and rebooted. The Microsoft scan tools run fine and show no threats. I filed a bug report since it looks like a memory overwrite problem. MBAMSERVICE.LOG
  21. Hello, I have a problem everytime i start my pc ad.fly popup shows on my default browser I've ran a full scan on malwerbytes,kaspersky,uninnstalled cracked games and utorrent,unninstalled suspicious programs,disabled suspicious startup programs,tried other browsers,set other default browser. I've tried almost everything. Could you help me somehow.
  22. The laptop is having an issue that when I press the power button only the light turns on and after a 30 seconds it turns off. Neither the screen nor the fan work. Last night it was working fine, it was until this evening that I tried turn it on, The battery works I tried it on a different laptop of the same type, I have tried putting a different RAM but its the same. Here are the details of the laptop: Product Name: Windows 10 Home Single Language System Type: 64 bit Current Build: 14393 Processor: Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU N2820 @ 2.13GHz Total physical
  23. My laptop used to work. The fan was damaged (just old I guess) so sometime it says there is a cooling error, or otherwise the fan just makes lots of noise... but its not hot! Just an indication that the computer is working hard on something because it doesn't make the fan sound when the computer is not doing anything. A few weeks ago the computer began to freeze randomly but FREQUENTLY. This was a sudden change. It often take 2-3 restarts to get past the logon screen. When it freezes it will be in one of the following ways... usually within a few minutes, but guaranteed within a f
  24. After yesterdays, fiasco ( update freezing pc) I updated Malwarebytes. Had to remember MY settings. Now, after starting PC (win 10-64) I receive notice that several websites have been blocked, BEFORE opening my browser! There is a list of about 20 when I open MB. What is going on?
  25. I'm recovering from a blue screen crash. Everything seems to be working but Malwarebytes Real-Time Protection won't turn on. On the Protection tab, it just says "Starting . . . ." Should I reinstall or what? Advice much appreciated! Thanks!
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