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I suspect my laptop may be infected. Over the past few days I have been detecting problems: ADWCleaner has detected: [-] [C:\Users\devin\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Web data] [Search Provider] Deleted: aol.com Malwarebytes Anti-Malware [Premium] keeps popping up a message referring to: Ad.AdservePlus TDSS Killer has detected a bad “Configuration Setting.” I keep losing my internet connection with Netgear telling me that “The DNS server isn’t responding.” Could someone kindly advise me as to whether or not my laptop has been infected?
My system has been acting weird the past few days so I figured there could be some malware infecting my pc. Things like, Not being able to connect to certain sites My Avast behavior shield being disabled everytime I restart my pc Unwanted pop up reading "Adding snap in to console" I ran a threat scan with malwarebytes and quarantined 6 threats, then tried running tdsskiller and it won't run. I tried changing the file name and it still won't run. Some help would be greatly appreciated!
I need advice on cleaning my system. I have used the Malwarebytes software to clean as much as possible. I heard of using Hjackthis and before I go further I looked at a post and answer from LDTate with regards to another program called TDssKiller and found not many hits. My question is, how does one know what to remove from the list of objects? 15:43:27.0882 5584 \Device\Harddisk0\DR0\Partition1 - ok 15:43:27.0898 5584 ============================================================ 15:43:27.0898 5584 Scan finished 15:43:27.0898 5584 ============================================================ 15