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So the hyperscan identified that .dll file as a trojan and quarantined it after a restart. Spotify stopped working saying that it couldnt find the file, so I thought it might be just a false positive, however when i try to restore the file MB says error: access denied, so i cannot restore it and upload it to virustotal. I think it might be a problem with spotify being installed through the god awful microsoft store and the folder being locked. Since i cannot confirm anything about the file i decided to do this post just to be certain about this. Has anyone else had problems with this. Addition.txt FRST.txt scan.txt
I was doing a scan today and I found 3 files labled trojan.malpack on my Pc in folders that they shouldn't be in such as Steam and Wallpaper engine and also Spotify. Is this a false positive or a virus hiding itself away inside of secure folders? Also, how could have I gotton this possible malware? I haven't visited any malicious sites or downloaded unsafe programs. I've only installed stuff that is proven by many people as safe and not just the website. Anybody else experiencing this problem?
Hello, I have been struggling with dllhost.exe for a few days. I was notified by my ISP that my home network, there are at least two laptops and a number of phones and tablets, has been acting badly. The computer from which I am currently working appears to be ground zero. I have attempted solutions utilizing MacAfee (installed currently), AdAware, Microsoft online tools, etc. I would appreciate any help that you may provide. Thank you. FRST.txtAddition.txtMalwarebytes scan.txtESET Scanner results.txt
AMD FX-8320 3.52 processor 8GB RAM 64-bit Windows 7 Home Premium. AMD R9 270 video card Have Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium which started blocking malicious websites 10/25/14. Malwarebytes was logging: Outbound, C:\Windows\SysWOW64\dllhost.exe fff5ee.com, 57150, Outbound, C:\Windows\SysWOW64\dllhost.exe searchnet.blinkxcore.com, 57171, Outbound, C:\Windows\SysWOW64\dllhost.exe Problem progressed to corruption of video driver and now computer will not boot in normal mode as the screen is all blue. Will boot in safe mode with networking. Malwarebytes quarantined the Trojans but the computer still will not boot. Current scan with Malwarebytes says no malicious items were detected but I am not sure I believe it. Please, I need help removing the infection.