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  1. Need solution, My PC got infected with EpicNet.inc/CloudNet/glupteba/or whatever, they keep coming after rebooting, I need your help to get rid of these pesky malware, step by step guide will be appreciated.
  2. so apparently, malwarebytes and adwcleaner recognize this pup and trojan agent as a folder, i tried to remove it from malwarebytes and the folder stil reappear when i rebooted my computer can somebody help me with this?
  3. What is ExtenBro?The Malwarebytes research team has determined that ExtenBro is adware. These adware applications display advertisements not originating from the sites you are browsing.This particular one blocks access to domains related to security software to hinder victims from installing a remediation.How do I know if my computer is affected by ExtenBro?Users may complain about being unable to reach malwarebytes.com and other AV related domains:You may see this type of task in your Scheduled Tasks:these changed DNS settings:and this entry in your list of Root certificates:How did ExtenBro
  4. Hi. I have high ram usage at times, I mean 70-90% and I think it's connected to malware and Malwarebytes can't pick it up, but when my windows has been up and running for few hours, it shows 2 malware threats are detected, but even if I quarantine them and delete them, nothing works, they just keep coming back. I have also tried to use ADW cleaner multiple times without any luck too since it's all come back a few minutes after windows has loaded. One thing to note is that Chrome is only using 4-5 GB of ram which is okay, but the task manager shows over 70% even at sometimes 90%
  5. What is CPUID CPU-Z?The Malwarebytes research team has determined that CPUID CPU-Z is a trojan.This particular one injects downloaded JavaScript (JS) files into browser sessions and sets a proxy accompanied with a false SSL certificate to perform a man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack.How do I know if my computer is affected by CPUID CPU-Z?You may see this entry in your list of installed software:and this icon in your startmenu and on your desktop:How did CPUID CPU-Z get on my computer?Trojans use different methods for distributing themselves. This particular one was bundled with other software.How
  6. Hi, MBAM has failed to quarantine/remove three identified trojan viruses several times today. I checked some sources and saw that it was recommended that I try MBAM Anti-Rootkit Beta to solve this, so I installed and ran it. It located the files and I selected to clean them and restarted my laptop, but if I run Anti-Rootkit or MBAM again it still detects the same files and MBAM still fails to quarantine them. I also tried running the scans and quarantining from Safe Mode, but that did not change the results. Any suggestions? Addition.txt FRST.txt Threat Scan Log.txt
  7. What is taswexuahoft? The Malwarebytes research team has determined that taswexuahoft is adware. These adware applications display advertisements not originating from the sites you are browsing. How do I know if my computer is affected by taswexuahoft? You may see the Registry Editor (regedit) open when the system starts: and this list of running svchost processes as children of taswexuahoft : How did taswexuahoft get on my computer? Adware applications use different methods for distributing themselves. This particular one was dropped by other
  8. Recently one of my windows server 2008 R2 had been infected with malwares. I have no idea on how it got infected but i installed MalwareBytes Malware removal tool and it found few malwares including one bitcoin miner and quarantined it. After rebooting it worked without any issue but it keeps on restarting in 1-1.5 hours with below error in Event Viewer A critical system process, C:\Windows\system32\lsass.exe, failed with status code 00000000. The machine must now be restarted. Also it finds malware in C:\1.exe with type of Trojan.Agent and quarantines it. I am using
  9. Found 1 file with Trojan.BHO and four registry malware items. How can I tell if the threats are completely removed? Webroot did not pick these items up on it's scan.
  10. Hello, long time MBAM Free user who has mostly been happy with it until now. I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium. Yesterday I found my first Trojan while running a scan in my own LUA: a Trojan.Agent.ENM in the file 00011334.tmp. This is especially alarming since it was found in the actual Malwarebytes Anti-Malware folder in Program Files-- and even though the Scan History says it was quarantined, it is nowhere in my Quarantine list. I do not remember whether it was ever there. After a few hours searching the forums for this issue, I updated the program and databases to prepare for creating th
  11. I have an ASUS laptop running windows 7 ultimate. I noticed my browser (I only use FireFox) slowing significantly, and when I closed my laptop lid to "sleep" it until I used it next, everytime I would turn it back on it would state that windows had shutdown inappropriately/unsafely, and gave me the screen prompting "start windows normally", try "startup repair", etc. I ran norton antivirus and the virus was not caught. I have no previous system restore points to go back to unfortunately. Malwarebytes was the only thing that caught the trojan. I tried clicking the remove option, and was prompte
  12. So I've been experiencing the same sort of Google search redirect issues that many people have been posting about recently. This is something I noticed after I installed a Firefox update recently. Something went crazy with the update and Firefox was not opening / crashing repeatedly so I uninstalled it completely. This is my secondary computer so I wasn't using it too often - the next time I booted up, my computer was missing a bunch of icons that were on my desktop before (now I can only see them if I modify folder options to view hidden folders/operating system files). Computer is repor
  13. I have run the mbam client and combofix serveral times and the same two files keep coming back. I can't seem to get rid of them. Below is the latest combofix txt file: ComboFix 12-03-01.02 - Administrator 03/01/2012 13:37:41.5.8 - x64 Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 6.1.7601.1.1252.1.1033.18.8116.6567 [GMT -10:00] Running from: c:\users\Administrator.MYAGODICH\Desktop\ComboFix.exe SP: Windows Defender *Disabled/Updated* {D68DDC3A-831F-4fae-9E44-DA132C1ACF46} . . ((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((( Other Deletions ))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))) . . c:\windows\sv
  14. I ran Malwarebytes to find that the svchost.exe is infected with Trojan.Agent. Every time I ran it and try to remove it, it won't go away. I've tried Kaspersky, Combofix, and ESET, and they either removed or quarantined some threats, but none of them mentioned Trojan.Agent. I've heard that this trojan causes some CPU activity on infected computers, causing them to either slow down or crash. What can I do to get rid of it? thanks in advance mb log.txt
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