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  1. I have multiple threats that keep coming back after they have been removed. I have used Malwarebytes, Adwcleaner and hitman pro yet the trojans always come back. They are making my computer lag a lot and when I open task manager to check the processes it instantly closes. I've also found that when I'm signed in as another user (Not admin) the computer runs like there's nothing wrong and I can access the task manager. The trojans are called CPU64.exe process.exe and desktop-64.exe which I later found were mining trojans. any help would be much appreciated as I use this computer for work daily.
  2. Hello, a few weeks ago my brother had downloaded a "csgo hack" onto my PC. I allowed him to play. I had this application open and ready to use. Windows kept sending me a warning and of it automatically quarantining the Trojans. But it wasnt helping. There were 2 applications called "letsee1.0" and the same name but in a 2.0 variant. I deleted the 1.0 I believe, but upon deleting the other, my PC crashed. I loaded back up normally, but tool a bit longer than usual. Signed in and it gave me a black screen then blue screen sayin "checking updates". After that I knew I was screwed. I know the virus basics and how to retract them, i.e going into safe mode and using antivirus apps. Completely wiping my HDD(s) and using another computer for an OS boot. But I cant do any of those. Scenario 1. I would go to wipe my hard drives but every time whether it was full wipe or restore back to last known download, it would always say "there isnt enough storage in your harddrive" or "process could not be completed" I have two 2TB hard drives and a 500gb ssd as well as a 250gb M.2. Scenario 2. I go to any of the safe mode options and it would try to boot it up but it always says "failed to boot into safe mode, try using another boot method" And I have that much storage, more than your average person whomst has a PC. My OS is valid and not pirated, so to me this makes no sense. To be more clear if you didnt get what I said I will be more in depth here: When I turn on my PC it loads MSI bios screen, then goes to running windows, THEN running diagnostics. Which from there goes to the options/troubleshooting area of the diagnostics. This happens EVERY time I turn my PC on. I've tried to do the download the OS on another PC and redo all that, but that dosnt work at all. And I cant boof info safe mode. I wanna fix this PC before I make the decision to buy a new one, instead of wasting money on something that can be fixed. I believe there is a way. I hope there are gonna be a lot of people responding and trying to help cause using the windows forums was the worst. Takes for ever to respond and when someone does, it's a stupid troubleshoot I already know about then when explained they leave it there as if im not there. As of the matter, I would try to use another PC or laptop get a USB and download a bootable virus cleaner but I cant get into safe mode to do that. Thanks for your help if any!
  3. I have these two programs called Idle Buddy and SSO on my computer. I ran a scan with Malwarebytes and cleaned up 18 threats, two of which were Trojan.Roraccoon, and the rest were riskware or PUPs. After rescanning my computer with Malwarebytes, Emsisoft, Norton, and other scanners, only a few things popped up and I cleaned them up. After another rescan everything seemed clean... So I uninstalled the programs and thought I was safe. However, just today malwarebytes came up with two new threats, this time in the admin account in my computer, both riskware. This prompted me to rescan everything (scans came up clean). I then opened the program files and searched through to see if there were any files leftover from the virus. I got rid of several files associated with Idle Buddy and SSO, and I think they’re all gone now (but i’m not sure). Then, I checked the registry for anything weird. I saw three registry entries that had been created by SSO and Idle Buddy, but when I tried to delete them I was given an error that said that these keys could not be deleted. Is there any way I can get rid of these for good? I have a bad feeling that even though most of them were caught and quarantined/deleted, they may still be doing things behind the scenes (like what happened to my admin account)... Here are the registry keys that I’m trying to delete: HKLM\SOFTWARE\IdleBuddy HKLM\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\IdleBuddy HKLM\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\SSO
  4. Hello, my computer has been hit with a bunch of nasty viruses yesterday. I managed to get rid of most of them using Malwarebytes but the issue still persists. These folders in particular are trojans but I cannot access and get rid of them despite having administrator access I also stopped these from spamming my computer but I have no idea on how to get rid of these Dow, Inference, and this unknown generic "Program" applications. They don't show up in the uninstall programs menu Please help!
  5. Hi, so fyi I have a YouTube channel and I started using a simple editor called Filmora Wondershare. I did not read the TOS through enough and the editor is connected to the Peoples Republic of China.. Which first, I do not feel safe with. 2nd, I have found out that it downloads Malware like Trojans, Adware, etc onto your computer. I have just done a system reset and I am still concerned some malware stuck around.Farbar Scans:pastebin.com/BMR5cvRFpastebin.com/7MK5ikB7
  6. Hi there so i've recently noticed that my pc performance isn't at it's peak recently, I've done a few scans and i've came across that my computer is infected by a few trojans and i've spent the last couple of days trying to remove them, however they keep returning after I restart my computer. here are two of my scan reports. If it's not too much of ask, i'd appreciate any help that you can give
  7. Chinaphone Leagoo Kiicaa Power, Android 7.0. Malwarebytes tells me "Android/trojan/hidden ads/tw" "system/priv-app/FCplatform/FC platformAPK" . Another antivirus program states the same. Cannot uninstall or freeze the app "Google Service", because it is a system app. What to do? So far no extra, unwanted ads...
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