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Hey there, recently I got infected with a redirect virus that opens up a new tab for an advertisement page. I've tried running the scans with Adwcleaner, Malwarebytes, Superantispyware, Hitmanpro, zemana, emnisoft and roguekiller to get get rid of as much as I can. I've also uninstalled my browsers and reinstalled them. So far when I browse the web on Opera nothing pops up anymore but when I run scans with Hitmanpro, a new ****.tmp.exe file is always generated. In this case the most recent one I have is 3B8C.tmp.exe and a new one will always generate everytime I make a scan once I turn on the laptop. Attached to this email is a screenshot of the scan results from Hitmanpro. Any help on what to do would be greatly appreciated. Also, let me know if you need any information about computer specs or anything else, thanks.
I have that gBA0A.tmp.exe file running and I can't remove it. It doesn't seem to do anything but I don't won't it running. I read a old topic of someone else where he solved it using farbar recovery. As said in that topic I attached the FRST.txt and Additional.txt. Please help FRST.txt Addition.txt
Hi / Salut (do know if someone talk french :p) I got a good infection in my pc (i'm pretty sure how it start, i can bet for it xD) but i can't find a way to fix it by my self. So, First i can't install Malwerebytes because of the "this application has been blocked for your protection" Error (cf: screen, this screen have been taken when i disable smartscreen) Second i also try to enable the hidden admin account and try to install whit it a few day ago and i got the error "runtime error could not call proc" So, from here i don't know what to do ><" I'm using Windows 10 with the Creator's Update. Thank's for helping me Addition.txt FRST.txt
Hi, I'm getting a problem where two g****.tmp.exe files are generated in my temp folder when I launch Firefox, and one of them takes >50% CPU usage. I've ran adwcleaner, roguekiller, and ccleaner, and have removed everything that it has detected. How would I get rid of this browser hijack? I've ran FRST, and my logs are attached below. Is there a fixlist that I need to run? Thanks Addition.txt FRST.txt