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  1. Even the best of us pick up adware from time to time. While I'm far from the best of us, I'm still no exception it seems. A couple of days ago I noticed that my NoScript addon for Firefox was displaying a rather oddly named site called 'Majuwe.com' in the script list. Then I noticed it was on every page I opened. Google, Tumblr, Yahoo - everything. On a hunch, I tried opening a private window and was met with this grizzly list. Needless to say, I took action immediately: locked down my online banking, ran some google searches, blindly followed a lot of random advice, and fumbling about
  2. I would like to know if Malwarebytes can protect us from Superfish and the like. Thank you!
  3. Scan result of Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (FRST.txt) (x64) Version: 26-12-2014 Ran by owner (administrator) on OWNER-PC on 26-12-2014 09:01:38 Running from C:\Users\owner\Downloads Loaded Profile: owner (Available profiles: owner) Platform: Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1 (X64) OS Language: English (United States) Internet Explorer Version 11 Boot Mode: Normal Tutorial for Farbar Recovery Scan Tool: http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/topic/335081-frst-tutorial-how-to-use-farbar-recovery-scan-tool/ ==================== Processes (Whitelisted) ================= (If an entry is included in the
  4. Dynamic Pricer ads powered by superfish keeps popping up on Google Chrome, Firefox & Internet Explorer. Tried ADWCleaner, MalwareBytes & Hitman Pro. Also deleted all keys related to superfish in the registry. Also, files related to superfish. Was unable to delete manifests in c:\windows\system32\winsxs with superfish entries. Find attached FRST.txt & Addition.txt files from Farbar Recovery Scan Tool. Please help. Thanks ... Srilesh Addition.txt FRST.txt
  5. Hey, everyone, My wife's computer has come down with a bit of a bug that keeps on coming back. Multiple Malwarebytes scans (many times resulting in a clean bill of health, other times not so much) including a couple of tries using chameleon. So far no dice. The malware in question hijacks most websites and injects illegitimate advertisements on most websites and creates a lot of browser redirects. Her data is safe so that's the good news. The most recent MBAM scan picked up and quarantined the following right before I ran the FRST scan: PUP.Optional.SuperFish.A I'm attaching the files fr
  6. I've been trying to remove a PUP.Optional.Superfish.A infection but it keeps coming back. I've been following advice from the forums but I'm stuck at the moment. So far I have run RKill, backed up the registry with ERUNT and run a threatscan with MBAM. This is the scan result: Malwarebytes Anti-Malware www.malwarebytes.org Scan Date: 15/09/2014 Scan Time: 11:33:41 PM Logfile: Administrator: Yes Version: 2.00.2.1012 Malware Database: v2014.09.15.05 Rootkit Database: v2014.09.15.01 License: Trial Malware Protection: Enabled Malicious Website Protection: Enabled Self-protection: Dis
  7. hello forum. I paid for the premium hoping it would fix my problem. SearchSnacks and Superfish are my problems. MalwareBytes appears to delete them, but moments later they are back again. I've reset all my browsers several times. Ive deleted any references to the files on my PC. But somehow they keep reinstalling themselves. I need help!! They will not go away and they make using this computer very miserable! Log attached to post malware.txt
  8. I think my computer has malware. My computer is up-to-date with Windows update, and I've updated and run malwarebytes, adwcleaner, hitmanpro, rkill. Symptoms: sluggish performance, periodic freezes of programs, and Google Chrome continues to show costminn as an extension after removing it. Malwarebytes scans continue to show superfish files as well. FRST.txt and Addition.txt pastes below. FRST.txt Scan result of Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (FRST.txt) (x64) Version: 24-07-2014 01Ran by Dave (administrator) on DAVE-PC on 25-07-2014 17:11:56Running from C:\Users\Dave\DownloadsPlatform: Wi
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