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Hi, Running Windows 10 on a Parallels VM. Malwarebytes found a Trojan.StolenData on the VM. I just downloaded Malwarebytes for the VM. I do not know how long it has been present. No Trojans were detected, so this may be remnant of something. I do have Time Machine backups, so I can retro actively check to see when it appeared. Mac is iMac Pro with T2 chip. Is my Mac secure? What do I need to do for my Mac?
hello and thank you in advance for your help in resolving this I have been battling this thing for well over a year and finally decided to buy another lap top and just start from scratch. upon logging onto the new PC I stupidly added my Microsoft account and the new lap top went haywire. CPU at 100 % Disk at 100 % all types of network activity. It renders me unable to boot into safe mode saying my pass word is incorrect. It seems to create a VM for me to live in and goes out of its way to make all the screens seem legitimate when it tells me that my IT admin has control of these settings
I have two virtual machines running Windows in VMware. (I'm actually a Mac user) I'm wondering if I need 2 licenses for the premium version or if 1 license covers my situation? (I'm assuming 1 license is for 1 computer?) P.S. Does Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium really give me more protection in comparison with the free version and Kaspersky Total Security? P.P.S. Isn't there a sale available for the holidays?
Hey everyone! Today I decided I'll set up a virtual machine and do some malware hunting. I've downloaded VirtualBox and went through the steps of setting it up. I've run into the first error immediately, which was "No bootable medium found", but I solved that one. Now, I get "CDBOOT: Couldn't find NTLDR" everytime I start up. I googled around, but didn't find anything meaningful. Hope someone can help me. Mateotis