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  1. Is it ok or not recommended to run Premium Malwarebytes and Paid SuperAntiSpyware at the same time? I suspect like Antivirus programs you should only have one running at the same time to avoid problems. Thanks.
  2. I have an odd MS-DOS "entry" in place of SuperAntispyware's usual .exe it is a series of numbers and letters all lettering is lowercase this series of number/lettering is followed by .com. I have noticed other file and folder names as this have appeared in my C:\ root directory. as well as D:\root which is an additional partition(extended from the same drive). SuperAntispyware appears in my lower right screen in the taskbar area but does not open nor can I access the commands to update nor scan right click context for this task icon does not register. this is likely a fakeware disguiesed as Superantispyware and the site is fake, it did not have the https, only www.superantispyware.com I only noticed this when I did a second google sreach and it was purpled out meaning I had been there. also this time there was another site labeled $ that was referred to as https//superantispyware.com but google headed the title "$" very odd. MBAM detected nothing. I have in addition to farbar results uploaded a screenshot of the offending .com file in the SAS directory for any aid's quick reference before beginning. FRST.txt Addition.txt
  3. Malware Bytes has been blocking a lot more than usual. First it kept blocking an IP address. Then every time I clicked iTunes it would block a trojan. It blocked something from Skype. I recently removed Pure Leads. And my computer is still slower than normal. Downloaded the Farbar Recovery Scan Tool and attached the logs since it won't let me enter it in this post as its too long. FRST.txt Addition.txt
  4. Starting about 2-3 weeks ago, my PC began to lag alot more when it came to the internet and other applications, I began losing connection alot more, and, me, being suspicious of it, decided to run scans (I run them daily). Full, Quick, Cusom, on things like Avast, MBAM, SUPERantispyware, etc, all came up with nothing except tracking cookies. A few hours ago, my computer randomly BSOD'd. Its 4 years old, Windows 7, I believe 64 bit, and an ACER. I'd like help to see if I'm actually infected or not, and, if I am, how to clean my computer. All help is welcome!
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