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I'm not sure how much to say on here as I don't want to leave myself vulnerable to further attacks.

I'm really reporting this to Malwarebytes to stop this problem. I can't find nay reference to the Trojan file name or a key in my registry called Etkthion. I can't view the windows/current version/run and I think it's corrupted by tis malware.


I get dllhosts.exe growing (you can see these in process explorer or task manager) and odd files appearing in my temp folder at the same time. No malware has stopped this though I do so manually, but it recurs.


This one did find a Trojan Fake MS folder which made the scan crash but I deleted it myself. It was called idosivabdi.dat.


There was also a decrypt instruction to a long strange website which I can't cut and pas


I also get pop up warnings from Malwarebytes that a malicious website is being blocked, domain cd5c5s.com and two outgoing IPs and through my dllhost.exe, process that lives in the Windows/systwow64 folder.


I suspect a rootkit and am frustrated by the time wasted.


if anyone posts some suggestions, please remember to explain what things are and what I am being asked to do. I am not prepared to allow third party access or posts logs etc here for security reasons.


but I hope this information helps stop the website/hackers


Why can't we cut and paste - this has been so laborious when I'd written it all out ready

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Hello and :welcome: :

We can't work on malware diagnostics and removal in this sub-section of the forum.

So, for expert assistance, I suggest that you please follow the advice in this pinned topic: Available Assistance For Possibly Infected Computers.
A malware analyst will guide you through the cleanup process, either in the malware removal section of the forum, or via email support from the help desk.


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