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Hi Guys

I downloaded core temp and apparently it had some sort of virus other users have been complaining about it, I did choose not to install the toolbars task bars and security scans it asked me to download however something obviously went through.

Now I scanned Malwarebytes on my computer and this is what it found

Coretemp_1236.exe (PUP.BundleOffers.IIQ)

Now is this dangerous? Malwarebytes did run and quaranteened and removed this, but im just wondering has it definatly gone ive run another 2 scans to make sure and they have both come back clean.

Thing that realy did scare me is this morning the night after I found this and removed it my internet wouldnt work and I had to restart my router dont know if this is a coinsidence or me just panicing

Can someone just put my mind at ease? and has it gone? I have run another scan this morning and it came back with nothing.



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Hello and welcome to Malwarebytes

Please see my response in your other topic => HERE

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