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  1. I browse to a site and I see the following added to the Frame html source </html<script id='inj_inj_cc' name= Notice the tag </html> is not closed properly. Attached txt file showing the entire frame source. I found references to this inj_inj_cc here1 and here2 and at a dutch form here3 . Any advice? hacked.txt
  2. I've been having big problems with my Malwarebytes Premium and Windows 10 2004. Chalk me up with the others that have been reporting this problem. Computer runs fine for a while, then network connectivity drops out in web browsers (Firefox and Chrome), the browsers lock up, and various Windows components and other applications stop responding as well. I've been dealing with this for a while on my desktop system, which is a custom build. In desperation, I wiped my whole system and reinstalled Windows 10 2004 fresh last night and reinstalled all my applications, including the latest (non-beta) MWB Premium. Within hours, the problem returned. It's a custom gaming rig that I have overclocked, and before wiping Windows last night and reinstalling, I've been tweaking my system BIOS settings and clocks thinking it had to do with overclocking instability, but I was running stock clocks last night when the problem returned immediately after clean reinstallation. I was ready to chalk it up to a problem with Windows and my custom build, until my laptop did the SAME EXACT THING today, a day after updating it to Win 10 2004. Browsers lock up, network connectivity slows to a crawl, apps become unresponsive, and restarting Windows (without hard power cycle) takes 5-10 minutes! My desktop is a Skylake i7-6700k in an Asus Maximus VIII Hero, using both Intel's iGPU and an Nvidia 2080T1. My laptop is a Lenovo T470s. Both systems are current on drivers and Windows updates. Really hope there's a solution for this soon!
  3. Tried to start a scan just now, but it immediately froze permanently and it won't let me close it at all, it makes me force restart my laptop. I use Intel Graphic, and a HP Windows 10 laptop.
  4. Had Malwarebytes free installed on my 2 laptops at home - linked to home wifi network Discovered malwarebytes program had gone from both machines. Machines running a bit slow. Then downloaded and installed latest V of Malwarebytes, ran scan, no problems detected. Ran Bitdefender quick scan, no problems reported. Anyone like to help me understand how the program vanished from 2 machines?
  5. my plan is to do a cleanses out all of my USB flash sticks and to emptied them by moving all file to a safe place and then to formatting all of them .and I almost thinking to make an multi-boot windows into one of USB drive but how to make a multi-boot windows into USB drive ? is there any free tool or utility for it ? and I would like to know exactly how many GB needed to makes one windows 7 -32-bit and one windows 7-64-bit and one windows xp-32-bit and one windows 10-64-bit ! and also I want to make a back-up for the system into a 4 GB flash drive which is for recovery if it needed ! I’ve check for a website which is for an official tool but it look like its down any tutorial or recommendation are highly welcomed !
  6. Since I paid the license of Malwarebytes, my PC became heavy. While free/trial, it was not, not at all. There is too much hard disk activity durig Windows boot up and still a while later. It slurp my battery. My notebook is a HP Pavilion x360, Intel Core-M 2.0GHz, 4 GB ram, 1 TB HD. Before the license, Windows loading process was not that fast but now is that slow. Sometimes, Malwarebytes stays doing scans without I ask. I'd like an option to override obligatory scans.
  7. Hello, Please can someone help me. I ran Roguekiller on my laptop and it has found a PUM.Dns. After searching the Internet I am concerned by the comments I read whether its a virus or dangerous. Please could someone advice me whether its safe or the removal process. Also if it is safe to use my pc. Thank you for and help or advice in advance.
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