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  1. Hey there! I got a huge problem. Since a week there are some strange files on my Computer which are generated automaticly in the Windows Temp folder. These files usually use up a lot of my CPU and my SSD. The file usually starts with "g" and 4 letters and numbers. I've got a working anti virus programm, but it says that the files are okay. But it's definitly a trojan: https://virustotal.com/en/file/aa5c544cf614ee13d944731dd62caefd0bb893258553a0f84fdfd0b631a0e662/analysis/1498754376/
  2. Hello, I am here to ask you for help in a very annoying case of a virus. Malwarebytes detected this virus on 23rd march in the first scan i made with the program. it is called pum.hijack.regedit. I removed it and had no further problems even though my laptop became very slow. Malwarebytes found the Virus again on 4th april when i made the next full scan. I still had no problems except the sllowness of my pc. Yesterday when i was playing call of duty 4 my screen was suddenly showing strange coulors all over the screen. after a few seconds my pc crashed and i received a bluescreen. But because
  3. Hello, I recently cleaned my infected pc my downloading and mbam v1.75 but it seems that all threats except the pum.wload were removed. I kept scanning and cleaning but after restarting, the virus is still there! However, after looking pum.wload on the net, which apparantly infect the computer in several places, it seems the one I have only infects a certain registry key - ( ...>currentversion>window-->load - usWMV.exe) so should I just use regassasin to delete this key? Anyway here's the Hijackthis log: hijackthis.log Thank you for your time!
  4. Hello MB, I have a similar problem to the previous poster and want to know if I can use exactly the same procedure (specifically the extra steps in ComboFix) to clean my system or if you'd require my providing the appropriate logs (which I have generated already) to get this sorted. I'm hesitant to post the logs in advance because I have my full name as my username on Windows 7, which would expose my identity to the world along with every little detail about my computer. Thanks very much in advance for your assistance.
  5. Hello. I've seen other people post with this same problem, but the solution has varied by user. I've picked up Trojan.Dropper.BCMiner from an infected site. When I went to the site, it automatically began downloading a PDF (I didn't click on anyting). I tried to cancel the download, but the download showed completed in my Firefox Downloads window. Because of the unprompted download, I ran MBAM, and it found the BCMiner trojan. MBAM finds it, quarantines it succesfully, and prompts a reboot, but the trojan is still there on every restart -- MBAM finds it again. After unsuccessful removal attemp
  6. Hello. I've seen other people post with this same problem, but the solution has varied by user. I've picked up Trojan.Dropper.BCMiner from an infected site. When I went to the site, it automatically began downloading a PDF (I didn't click on anyting). I tried to cancel the download, but the download showed completed in my Firefox Downloads window. Because of the unprompted download, I ran MBAM, and it found the BCMiner trojan. MBAM finds it, quarantines it succesfully, and prompts a reboot, but the trojan is still there on every restart -- MBAM finds it again. After unsuccessful removal at
  7. Hey, I have a really annoying problem. I have malwarebytes free, and I've removed some viruses on my computer, but the one that stays is trojan.agent. I quick-scanned, restarted my computer after highlighting and clicking remove all, and I scan again, and it's still there. I refused restarting, so that put it into quarantine, but I really want to remove this unless it doesn't do harm while in quarantine. I am using avast internet alongside. This is the log- Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 1.61.0.1400 www.malwarebytes.org Database version: v2012.06.14.01 Windows 7 Service Pack 1 x64 NTFS Internet Exp
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