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  1. Hi there I found this thread on google. I am another customer of cloudsouth and I had similar issues in past, So I hope my information may help you in fixing the problem. Two times my server has been infected by this virus. Both time I had to format all hard drives and re-install windows. both times I sent passwords in ticket to support and I believe the hacker stole the password from ticketing system. In event viewer I saw IP address from Russia logged to my server, The IP belonged to a VPN service provider. Probably the hacker hiding behind a VPN. on Nov-2017 the hacker lo
  2. Hello, for a while now I have problems with some miners . Idk if its worldwide or they are targeting just https://www.cloudsouth.com/ I have 20+ servers from them and most of them are with miners. I reinstalled the OS a few times and soon after the servers will become infected again. I think they are bruteforcing them. I started using 24 characters for passwords on newly reinstalled servers. Here's a report from malwarebytes. (attached below) Even if malwarebytes cleaned the system, and a new check will result in a "clean" pc, the virus is still there and its not being de
  3. Hello, I have been using my computer with out issues, and still without any performance ones. Although I have been experiencing lots of suspicious things on my pc happening, i don't know if they really are caused by malware but i would like to assume so. None of my scanners pick up anything they always come up clean, I use malwarebytes premium as well as the full version of superantispyware. And windows defender is enabled, windows 10. So what i have been encountering is an icon popping up very quickly and then disappearing on my taskbar. the icon doesn't show more than the blackbox
  4. Hello there, So I have this malware that makes a popup to a porn site after I open Firefox browser (or possibly the computer) then disappears. I check the task manager. The popup opens a logo just like Firefox however the image is not the same and looks different. You can tell by the image I uploaded. I found out its location in my Appdata/Roaming/ComObj/update.exe Then I found out its also running a service which i will mention the name of it later after I give my laptop a restart Besides that I am assuming its a trojan of a sort as its simply is just running while your work
  5. Hi. I was listening to the radio in the backround and heard an advert for a PC "cleaner". It had that typical robotic american woman voice explaining everything it had to offer, and that made me very suspicious. After going to the website, I was hit with even more suspicions about it. I then downloaded it, the installer looked fishy yet again but the EULA looked okay. After doing a (superfast) full scan, it stated I have 254 errors on my PC. Typical run-of-the-mill rouge cleaner, except this is sponsered on a radio station. MBAM did not detect it(not as PUP, not as a threat, nothing)
  6. Malwarebytes can't seem to detect the virus. Here is a screenshot of it in action It every so often changes urls too, I have also attached results of the farbar scans. This malware is extremely frustrating, any help would be appreciated. Much thanks in advance. Addition.txt FRST.txt
  7. Hi, I downloaded something yesterday which apparently had malware in it (I think the program was called FileFinder?). I gave the program permission to "make changes to my computer" (hard drive), because it said the publisher was "verified" so I assumed it was safe. I was then asked to give permission for something else, at which point I decided to come out of it. After that I started experiencing browser redirects, scam popups, hijacking of my browser startup pages etc. I deleted the thing I'd downloaded from my downloads folder. I then ran a quick scan with Windows Defender, which
  8. Hello, Due to lack of better judgment I have clicked what seems to be a phishing link for a game code give away (for Far Cry 4 at www.addictingcheats.com/2014/11/far-cry-4.html). Unfortunately, I went the extra step to install a "7-zip" program under their survey list to download. Needless to say, it looked fishy. From what I could see on VirusTotal, it seems that there are malicious files here so I scanned my computer with Malwarebytes (free version). It didn't detect anything. There seems to be no particular problems with computer functionality but my ethernet port is now red/orange as o
  9. Hello, I believe I have malware in my computer. I ran both a threat scan and full body scan, and nothing is showing up. I don't know what kind of virus it is, but boot up times and overall slowness is taking effect. If anyone can help, that would be great! Thanks.
  10. In the process of reinstalling my programs after a (Windows 8.1 64-bit) refresh, I have somehow aquired Sweetpacks. My Malwarebytes Premium doesn't detect it, even when I set it to treat PUPs as malware. But it sure is there, everytime I launch Chrome (but not IE). I've looked all over the web for a way to get rid of it, but unfortunately each solution wants me to download something else that I'm not sure I trust. (Once burned.....) Actually, Norton didn't like me trying to download FRST64.exe, but I trust Malwarebytes, so turned off Norton and downloaded. Please help. I've attached th
  11. My laptop is currently infected with a more advanced strain of the iexplore.exe virus. Symptoms include - multiple iexplore.exe and iexplore.exe*32 processes despite not using internet explorer - multiple Chrome.exe*32 processes - frequently running out of memory - computer is very slow - random windows noises playing periodically in the background i have been searching the internet for a solution or removal guide, but so far nothing has worked. in addition anti-malware software like Malwarebytes does not seem to be able to detect the virus. i am currently running windows 7 32bi
  12. Hi Everyone, A few months ago keys on my keyboard stopped working and randomly started typing qqqqqq until stopped. I've been using everything to try to find the malware/keylogger that was doing this. No programs found it, and I couldn't find anything myself until today. Finally a break. So instead of deleating the program I to find where this is going, the keystrokes are translated to Israli/Hebrew so I'm hoping someone can help me with all of this. I've disabled all premissions for the associated files, but it won't let me remove the Read & Execute and Read allows. Thanks fo
  13. attach.txt: .DDS (Ver_2012-11-20.01).Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium Boot Device: \Device\HarddiskVolume3Install Date: 25/05/2012 4:58:08 PMSystem Uptime: 25/12/2013 5:19:59 PM (0 hours ago).Motherboard: Dell Inc. | | 0U990CProcessor: Intel® Core2 Duo CPU T5750 @ 2.00GHz | Microprocessor | 2000/166mhz.==== Disk Partitions =========================.C: is FIXED (NTFS) - 99 GiB total, 22.41 GiB free.D: is FIXED (NTFS) - 10 GiB total, 5.912 GiB free.E: is CDROM ()F: is FIXED (NTFS) - 298 GiB total, 151.766 GiB free..==== Disabled Device Manager Items =============.==== System Restore
  14. Hello. My son has reported to me that his computer is acting very slow. He said that the internet was running much slower than usual, and some of his applications would not connect to the internet, and would run slowly as well. I used the anti-malwarebytes anti-malware scan, and ran a full scan, and found nothing. I am hoping that someone could help me resolve this problem, so he can continue his use on the computer. I am also hoping that this won't cost anything too expensive, as it is a very expensive computer. Please report back if you can with further information and/or instructions on
  15. Sorry to bother everyone but I could use some help. Recently my computer has started playing random audio at irregular intervals. The audio can last for just a few moments or a few minutes, and has nothing to do with any program I have open. The audio plays even when I have no programs running and just started up the computer. The sounds vary from adds to self help sound bites to what sounds like radio talk shows. So far I have been unable to detect the problem with Malwarebytes or Norton Internet Security. If anyone has any insights on this I would really appreciate the help. I've incl
  16. I recently ran a quick scan on Malwarebytes Antimalware and it detected 4 malicious software. It asked me if I wanted to delete it, and I canceled it because I wanted to delete it in the full scan I was about run. But, I ran a quick scan a second time and it found no malicious software, even though I did not delete them the first time. What happened to them? I want to delete these files but they went undetected. I even restarted my computer and reinstalled Malwarebytes Antimalware, but still nothing was detected in the quick scan.
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