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Right so like the last guy who had a smilar problem , malwarebytes keeps blocking from time to time scvhost outgoing packs i guess to semengly random IP's ive cought some of them to argentina ,russia  and im guessing some more and also and old email adress keept up with the most recent locations *gmail stopped acces to an app without the security req* sth like that so im gussing is one guy with a dsn somewere. Ive noticed sth strange after i ran an nvidia update and evrithing started runnig slow my games ,desktop and evrything so i've installed AVG and malware bytes after 5-6 scanes both ,some trojans found and deleted it still ran slow so i've formatted i gues and re installed windows from win 8.1 setup menu (update and recovery -> recovery -> remove evrything and reinstall)  i still get the scvhost pop up but the sys rans ok (also ran specific rootkit and evrything on scvhost folder , nothing :( )

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Right so like the last guy who had a smilar problem , malwarebytes keeps blocking from time to time scvhost outgoing packs i guess to semengly random IP's ive cought some of them to argentina ,russia  and im guessing some more and also and old email adress keept up with the most recent locations *gmail stopped acces to an app without the security req* sth like that so im gussing is one guy with a dsn somewere. Ive noticed sth strange after i ran an nvidia update and evrithing started runnig slow my games ,desktop and evrything so i've installed AVG and malware bytes after 5-6 scanes both ,some trojans found and deleted it still ran slow so i've formatted i gues and re installed windows from win 8.1 setup menu (update and recovery -> recovery -> remove evrything and reinstall)  i still get the scvhost pop up but the sys rans ok (also ran specific rootkit and evrything on scvhost folder , nothing :( )

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Hello and Welcome:

It sounds as if you could be infected.
 
We are not permitted to work on possible malware-related issues here in this section of the forum.
Such work is conducted in a special forum area reserved for that purpose, or at the help desk.
 
So, for expert assistance, I suggest that you please follow the advice in this pinned topic:
Available Assistance For Possibly Infected Computers.
It explains the options for free, expert help >>AND<< the suggested, preliminary steps to expedite the process.
A malware analyst will assist you with looking into your issue - the helper will guide you through scanning, cleanup and repair.

Thank you,

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