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Need Help Permanently removing Trojan.Inject.BED from a Windows 10 Computer

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Hi:

I have two computers, one Windows 10 Pro 64 bit and one Windows 7 64 bit.  Both were infected with Trojan.Inject.BED somehow and antivirus that discovered it was IT Brain which is based on Bitdefefnder antivirus.  I was able to successfully remove the virus from the Windows 7 computer using rkill, jrt, adwcleaner, malware bytes, (did not find anything at all), susperantispyware, (onlny found tracking cookies), and Combofix, (ultimately removed the infection permanently).  The virus did not come back on reboot on the Windows 7 computer but it does come back on the WIndows 10 computer because I cannot run Combofix on it because it is not compatible. 

On the WIndows 10 computer I have ran all of the above, (except Combofix), plus Dr. Web Cure It, Hitman Pro, RogueKiller, Internet Complete Repair, (flushes DNS, winsock, etc), ZHP Cleaner, (useless), Spybot Search & Destroy, Hijack This, TDSSKiller, KVRT, Emsisoft Emergency Kit, plus a bunch of others but to no success.

I have included the FRST and addition logs from Farbar.  I have also included the Combofix Log Files from the successfully cleaned Windows 7 computer if that helps.

Please help.  I do not want to have to reload as this computer is fairly new and recently set up.

Addition.txt

FRST.txt

ComboFix.txt

ComboFix-quarantined-files.txt

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According to IT Brain, I probably already cleaned up the Windows 10 computer and the Trojan.Inject.BED might be a false positive.  Will see when the definitions are updated later today.

 

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If you need assistance please start your own new topic and someone will be happy to assist you.

Thanks

 

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