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Hello, It began with me noticing odd behaviour from malwarebytes anti-malware, the latest version. I am a premium user. For whatever reason, the anti-malware program did not boot with my start-up as it always does. I booted it up myself, and the anti-exploit component module would not start. It was stuck saying "starting...". I was a malwarebytes anti-exploit user before the most recent update to v3. I uninstalled malwarebytes anti-malware and removed everything from the anti-exploit manually except mbae64.sys which would not delete as it claimed it was currently in use. I rebooted in saf
Computer is infected. Would like to heal it as best as possible, and would like help, please. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (MBAM) scan detected 13 threats --nine malicious, and four non malware. Infections are undetected by installed antivirus, Norton360. Separately, this thread is not related to another active thread under this same username; infections described in each thread belong to their own respective computer. Farbar Recovery Scan Tool logs are as follows -- FRST.txt Scan result of Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (FRST.txt) (x64) Version: 01-02-2015 Ran by Stella (administrator) on MURPH
Hey, I just figured I'd do a scan since it'd been a while, an,d it really freaked me out when it detected 1187 trojans in my recycle bin, haha. I did some lurking through the recycle bin and determined that the only thing in there with so many files would be one of the Minecraft "world" folders I had in there. I deleted them from the recycle bin and ran the scan again, nothing found this time. Just to be sure I figured I'd scan a copy of the folder I had outside the recycle bin, but it got back clean. I then removed the folder(back into the recycle bin), did another scan, and it got back wi