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[ RESOLVED ] Im not sure if I am Infected

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Hi Folks!

I was looking around on google but nobody seems to be having the same issue as me, so this is probably this best place to ask.

Quite some time ago I downloaded an executable which I thought was a trainer (cheats) for a game. I opened the exe and it deleted itself, now at the time I was freaking out because I thought I had got a trojan. So I scanned with MBAM and no threats were detected. I went on to scan with Avira and AdwCleaner and still no detections. So I looked through my running processes and startup programs and I still couldn't find any suspicious things that weren't usually there. I went into safe mode and scanned with MBAM again and still no detections. So I am still skeptical about whether or not it was a trojan, or if the virus failed or something. I am very confused and any help would be appreciated!

Thanks in advance!

Edit: I also am not experiencing slowdowns or anything.

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Hello BytesofCookies and :welcome: Forums.

My screen name is Android8888 but if you wish you can call me Rui which is my real name. I will be helping you with your malware issues. Please ask questions if anything is unclear.

Since it's been almost a week since you posted the FRST logs, these may be out of date with the current state of the computer.

If you still need help, please delete the two old files (FRST.txt and Addition.txt) and re-run FRST.
Right-click the FRST64.exe icon and select Run as administrator;
Click Yes to accept the User Account Control security warning that may appear;
The tool will start. Waits a few seconds for its update;
Make sure the Addtion.txt checkbox is checkmarked;
Click the Scan button and wait until the scan is complete;

Please attach the two new (FRST.txt and Addition.txt) files for my review.

Thank you.

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