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Hey, yesterday I scanned my laptop with Malwarebytes and got some issues about Bitcoin miner files in my Files. So it asked me to restart my laptop to remove those files, so I pressed it immediately. While restarting it got stuck on restarting screen and froze for more than 20 minutes, so I made a hard restart. Now I am not sure if my laptop is clean and secured. Addition.txt FRST.txt first_Malwarebytes_Scan.txt
Every day Malwarebytes scans my computer (Windows 10), and the same 206 threats are detected for quarantine. I quarantine them daily, but they are detected again the next day. I found a post in the forum with a similar problem, but it was in 2017 and Valinorum stated that the instructions should not be used for any other computer. I would appreciate an update to this fix.
Hello, This is my first post here. I use Malwarebytes Premium on my computers home and very happy with it. I recently bought a used computer off eBay; its hard disk drive has Windows 7, some optimization tools from dell and apparently nothing else. The computer is a Dell 3620 workstation that was most likely used for business purposes. I installed and ran latest Malwarebytes premium and it didn't find anything bad. the Windows Defender also didn't find anything bad. However, I'm afraid that the computer might contain some malware in a hidden or encrypted state that could later activate and do bad things. My question is: are Malwarebytes capable of finding cryptic or hidden malware that might be inactive now? Thank you.