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Hello there,

So I have this malware that makes a popup to a porn site after I open Firefox browser (or possibly the computer) then disappears.  I check the task manager.
The popup opens a logo just like Firefox however the image is not the same and looks different. You can tell by the image I uploaded.

I found out its location in my Appdata/Roaming/ComObj/update.exe
Then I found out its also running a service which i will mention the name of it later after I give my laptop a restart

Besides that I am assuming its a trojan of a sort as its simply is just running while your working or whatever. I disabled however it runs everytime i start up the laptop again.

Now I will simply say that not one single anti-virus software or anti malware has detected it. I am sharing a copy of the file.
I am an IT dude however I have no expertise when getting rid of something that cant be detected but I always do know when I am infected...

I am new so please, If I have done anything wrong or posted this in the wrong place I apologize from now...
Besides that any help on the matter would be greatly appreciated!
Ur man THE RAGING IT dude
 

malicious virus.png

update.7z

Edited by coolioi
wrong IT word!

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