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  1. So i have that annoying hku goes back and back. I tried deleting it manually without mbam scans first,then, (i cant delete it even with regdellnull) it deleted my computer cant open anything, so i force shut down laptop. user got deleted and created another user without admin rights and cant open task manager. my laptop would be doomed if not for mbam but it is still there and always comes back. help in deleting that *****.? i also got those annoying pop-up shortcuts that always comes back image is shown below. Addition.txt FRST.txt hku disable registry and task manager appe
  2. Trojan.Agent appears in the heuristic scans. Addition.txt FRST.txt
  3. Hi, I am a rookie as far as understanding all of this stuff and have done as much internet research as possible to figure out how to delete this malware/virus I've got. My computer is running Windows 7 and Uusing free edition of Malwarebytes. Every time I am deleting it, it shows up again and it behave like it was unremovable and I would be very thankful. Reards. Rafal RKreport0_S_03162014_003657.txt mbam-log-2014-03-16 (01-08-29).txt
  4. Hello, I had been running the free version. after each scan in last few days I kept getta trojan agent ED so came here looking for help followed instructions in infected what do i do now...bought the pro version ran it...did the dds and the attach now I am here I have several questions I do not want to bog down forums...so I am still following instructions to copy and past the two logs here... I hope this is right... no it says not to post unless specifically instructed.... am I to run the MBPro on all users how do I know if I have fixed the problem? what is a fake positive? if I bought the
  5. Tried to clean with multpiple programs before reading the forum instructions not to do that, so hopefully I havent done even more damage. One issue that triggered my suspicion of malware was that MS Outlook crashed and now it will not load. It gives me an error everytime I try to open it. Anyway MalwareBytes, which I used first, detected a rootkit along with 39 instances of malware, such as Trojan Agent (including Backdoor). I've tried multiple times to delete the infections, but it keeps returning. If I run it in SafeMode and then run it again it seems to be ok, but if I run it from a normal
  6. Being the self-titled computer geek at work. My coworkers will bring me their computers to work on/repair. Most of the time I have no issues resolving their issues...but this one has me stumped. The issue is that the computer will reboot (cold reboot) when it has a network connection and an app (or something) tries to access the Internet. If I disable the WiFi adapter...then the reboots will stop. It looks like their kid installed something not right (Pirate101)...I have done a system restore to a point about a month ago (just to be sure). I ran MalwareBytes (installed from a USB stick...de
  7. Hello plss help me . i cant remove this virus that cause my programs corrupt and slow and makes firewall and windows update disabled Here is the DDS LOG . DDS (Ver_2011-08-26.01) - NTFSx86 Internet Explorer: 8.0.6001.18702 Run by Owner at 10:42:31 on 2012-09-05 Microsoft Windows XP Professional 5.1.2600.3.1252.1.1033.18.1983.1221 [GMT 8:00] . . ============== Running Processes =============== . C:\Program Files\IObit\Advanced SystemCare 6\ASCService.exe C:\WINDOWS\system32\nvsvc32.exe C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe -k DcomLaunch svchost.exe C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs svchost.
  8. I ran a flash scan and got a message indicating that a trojan was found. I clicked the button to remove it, and received a log similar to this one: A dialog that purported to be from Malwarebytes then popped up with this message: Upon clicking 'Yes' the system rebooted. I then ran a flash scan and came up with the same problem. I ran a full scan hoping that more files would be found but the same single threat popped up again. I ran dds.scr per your instructions and attached the Attach.txt and DDS.txt files as suggested.
  9. Hi I scanned my computer and malware bytes detected 2 Trojan viruses. But it's saying that there were no detected malicious items or anything wrong. Protection has now been enabled but I scanned it again and it still comes up with two detections but I look at the logs and It still says that there were no malicious items detected. So is it a false positive? Should I worry about it? If put it on the ignore list. The log below is before protection was enabled. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (PRO) www.malwarebytes.org Database version: v2012.05.12.04 Windows 7 Service Pack 1 x86 NTFS Inter
  10. I purchase malware about over a week ago because my pc became infected by a trojan virus. I ran the software several times in safe mode removing about 30 objects. There are two objects that the malware software is having an issue removing. It seems that trojan has infected my registry and the each time a reboot my Windows 7 dual core 2 machine in safe mode and run the scan it detects 2 objects...stating Trojan. Agent C:\windows\svchost.exe. I read some where in this forum that I need to run the scan and post 2 zip files containing the scan information so that someone can help get resolve the
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