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Avg found something in MWB computer is slower


Clang

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Hello Clang,

As a follow up to your other topic here https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/213315-avg-found-someing-in-mwb-is-this-file-ok/?page=2&tab=comments#comment-1175983

I've looked over the logs and all looks good - I do not see any malware in them.

For anyone reading this, please refer to the topic linked to above regarding the AVG detection and how to get AVG out of PowerSaving mode.

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37 minutes ago, Ried said:

Hello Clang,

As a follow up to your other topic here https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/213315-avg-found-someing-in-mwb-is-this-file-ok/?page=2&tab=comments#comment-1175983

I've looked over the logs and all looks good - I do not see any malware in them.

For anyone reading this, please refer to the topic linked to above regarding the AVG detection and how to get AVG out of PowerSaving mode.

Power saving =passive mode ?

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Just had a issue were I clicked on the MWB tray icon and the main page screen was not popping up.

Looked at processes and mbam.exe and mbamtray.exe were running during this time.

Rebooted my Pc and got a black screen with the curser in the middle and a quick CMD prompt popped up and disappeared.

My normal screen came up but the icon took awhile to appear and tem another quick CMD prompt popped up and disappeared.

WMB is ok now and did a scan and found nothing as well as AVG.

Those CMD Prompts concern me .:blink:

I attached the scan and the Farbar logs

 

Thanks for you time.

MWB102817.txt

FRST.txt

Addition.txt

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Hi Clang,

I'm not seeing anything in the logs that I can pinpoint as the cause. You did have rootkit scanning enabled for the scan, so that would have caught any rootkit that may have been launching.

This happened on the 28th, and I see changes to several program folders on the 28th, it could have been any one of those.

Keep an eye on things and if you see it happen again, run FRST and send me new logs please.

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