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  1. Hi, I had overheating problems in my windows 10 laptop for about a week. I updated my bios and upon restarting, a window popped-up, with a certain WINRMSRV asking for permission through my firewall. I got suspicious and i run a malware scan with malwarebytes, who found 31 menaces and currently 27 are quarantined. Windows firewall and windows security are not working right now (I didn't realize they had been disabled, I see a blank page when opening windows security) , as well as AdobeReader, which I now uninstalled. I would like to know if I can delete these files from qua
  2. My headsets stopped working when i removed a malware from my PC. I clicked on restart via malwarebytes for the removal process to be finished and then my PC frose on the blue screen where it says restarting and then i turned the PC off and turned it on again. But once i did my PC had remove my headsets software drive and also out of nowhere my device driver was not working properly and the troubleshooter didn't detect anything. I need help pls someone help me and also this happend to my gaming headset directly after the restart and also now i have no malware left or any threat or virus but i w
  3. it added a lot of random files and a fake Ea app (which is the virus) i cant delete them cause it says that its a system file it also deleted some of my system32 files . please help me!
  4. Hello! I'm having an issue with a malware that apparently is hiding in my system32. I'm not really good with this kind of thing, so i decided to ask for help here. This is my problem: So i woke up this morning,turned on my PC and the first thing i did was open Steam and try to play a game i installed last week.(Note:The game worked perfectly fine yesterday.) And the thing is:This game uses Battleye Anti-Cheat,and i can't open the game without it, so when battleye was starting, it did'nt want to open my game due to a problem with blocked files,(All of them from system32) so i searched
  5. Hi! I just did a scan with AdwCleaner 7,1,1and it found these two objects, what is it and what should i do? # ------------------------------- # Malwarebytes AdwCleaner 7.1.1.0 # ------------------------------- # Build: 04-27-2018 # Database: 2018-04-30.1 # Support: https://www.malwarebytes.com/support # # ------------------------------- # Mode: Scan # ------------------------------- # Start: 05-01-2018 # Duration: 00:00:07 # OS: Windows 7 Professional # Scanned: 40814 # Detected: 2 ***** [ Services ] ***** No malicious services fo
  6. I have lost everything this time. I have BSOD non stop since march. I can not take this anymore. I have already sent the computer back to HP and they sent it back and put a new Ethernet and network card in it. Now this computer that's new since March and has done it since I bought it, now my Dell that Iv had since 2013 is doing it. They all have one thing in common and the logs now show me that Its your protection that has been making me going in circles crying I have lost all my memories and documents now. PLEASE lets work on this right now and lets fix this. Then when I'm done with this were
  7. After updating my AMD drivers to 16.9.1 it seems MBAM detected a folder as a Trojan.Agent (see attached screenshot). I believe it's a false-positive and I've attached the log as well. system32_P detected as trojan.txt P.zip
  8. Hi, (Please forgive me for my bad English, I hope the post will be understandable) I have made a big mistake and installed on my computer a version of microsoft toolkit final to correct my office that is apparently not microsoft toolkit... I tried to find some solution on the forum and this post is exactly describing my problem : When I launched the program, it installed itself with the comand-line interface in different registery (system32 and internet explorer), but never run like it should run. (Microsoft toolkit usually run without showing any sign of instalatio
  9. Hi guys! So long story short, I tried downloading a program that would allow me to record my screen. It was freeware and ended up being a malware. I ran Malwarebytes twice so far and keep getting the same results. 5 threats detected, all being the same thing: Hijack.Host - Malware - File - C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts Hijack.Host - Malware - File - C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts Hijack.Host - Malware - File - C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts Hijack.Host - Malware - File - C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts Hijack.Host - Malware - File - C:\Windows\Sys
  10. Hello, A while ago, my avast virusscanner started to give me notifications which stated that 'the file you are downloading seems to be very new or very rare'. I'm not sure about the file-name, but the origin is something like http://au.v4.download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/software/defu/...(the rest i can't see), and it says 'Downloaded by: C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe'. Avast says I should abort the connection (and I always listen to avast ;p), but the notification shows up all the time. I saw some other user with the same problem as I have, with avast and these files, and
  11. When I reboot from avast software program and anvirus definition update it gets an error "The application was unable to start properly (0xc0000906). Click OK to close the application.", same goes to Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. Many pop-ups from windows defender appears that malware is blocked, later then I found out I'm being infected by Trojan:Win32/Patched.AP (quarantined then removed) from a simple scan thanks to the only remaining antimalware that still can open during this time, Windows Defender, when another antimalware that I can open fail to do so (Iobit Malware-fighter). But that has n
  12. Okay, so I scan my laptop with Malwarebytes daily. Now yesterday, I bought a Dimm of 4 GB of RAM yesterday from a friend and installed it on my laptop. It started slow and then I started a Malwarebytes scan and my PC's screen went off and it wouldn't respond. Then I restarted it and after 5 minutes, I got a BSOD. I opened up the cover and got the RAM out, then everything was fine again. So I ran another scan and found nothing. Great c:. Now, I turned it off and today, I put the Dimm back in cause I wanted to see why didn't it work and it was okay, but I found that the RAM must be faulty and it
  13. I recently started receiving a threat identified window from my anti-virus software that states "svchost.exe in c:\windows\system32.....Win32.User added." I've tried many times to remove the virus, but have failed everytime. I have done a scan with MBAR, frst, and adwcleaner and have all the logs for each. * I am using Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit Operating System. Symptoms: I've noticed since this started is connection failure, troubleshooter for anything failure, slow startup, internet explorer doesn't work(page does not display)
  14. Sadly, I've picked up the system32/services.exe trojan. Win7 was stuck in an automatic reboot loop until I managed to uninstall Microsoft Security Essentials recently. Now, I'm running Malwarebytes, AVG, and SpyHunter at every startup. AVG detects the infection, but can't remove it. The original problem was that I picked up the Live Security Platinum infection. I used SpyHunter to try and remedy that. Based on what I read from other posts, I ran farbar, and I'm attaching the log here. Thank you to anyone who's reading this! I've been deadling with this for over a week. Quick question:
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