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Russian pop ups with counters and middle of the screen ads that are no longer clickable


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Hello, I've been having real big issues with browsing, and its not recent. My AV is Avast Free right now.

 

Many websites I am greeted with this ad, it grays out the rest of the screen which is unresponsive until its closed, by clicking on X, which will usually open a new window with russian junk.

 

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They sometimes vary in size and shape, more square, more rectangular, bigger on the Y or X axis.
Not that often a russian popups on the top of the screen, bottom right or bottom, containing a counter, when it goes to 0 a "X" for closing appears and I can close it.
 
Now, that gray out middle ad I just showed you is malfunctioning, I can't ever close it, so I gotta click stop on the browser in order to use the page, or else I'm forever stuck in that grayed out screen.
 
 
I got MalwareBytes, and once it's on, webpages rarely open and I get prompts from it ALL THE TIME saying a Malicious Website was blocked from svchost.exe. Once I saw .ru wbsite blocked too. Anyways, using the internet with Malwarebytes on is impossible, can't be done.
I must point out that this started happening as soon as I installed Windows 10, I fixed problems when I had windows 7, then I switched to 10 and as soon as it started, these viruses were in, probably coming in from my other hard drives.
 
 
Thanks for the attention.
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You mention "other hard drives" are these external usb devices?

 

Thanks,

 

Kevin

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