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My Computer has Norton installed and I have a Miner.Bitcoinminer Malware somewhere? My Norton just brings a Popup that its beeing blocked but cant find any History or Source of the problem.


I Attached my FRST Files please Help me.

Addition.txt FRST.txt

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Hi,  @JaZer0


My name is Maurice. I will be helping and guiding you, going forward on this case.

Are you running the Malwarebytes Premium?  It has coinminer protections.  Malwarebytes Premium has several real-time protections.

Let me suggest the following.

Note this run may take several hours.


Let me suggest you do a CUSTOM scan on the whole C drive !

Open Malwarebytes

Click the Settings menu followed by the Protection tab.

Scroll down to Scan Options and turn the Scan for rootkits setting on.


Next, click the icon button at left marked SCAN


Then, from the 3 panel choices, click on the middle one marked CUSTOM

( IF you see a summary white screen with a green check, click on the Close X spot on the right side so you get to that out of the way & then click Scan button on the left & then Custom scan on the middle selected .)



Then click on Configure Scan button


be sure the Scan for rootkit on left is ticked


Be sure to click on the box marked C on the right.

You want to scan the whole C drive.


Then click Scan Now button.


Then see what the result is.


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Hi,  How is it going?  Are you still with us ?

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