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How do I remove this Trojan: System32/cmd.exe


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Hello everyone

I was getting a lot of BSOD recently, once an hour or so
Thus I installed malwarebytes and removed 9 trojans
Now the real time protection of malwarebytes shows me its blocking this Trojan
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And i am pretty sure this is the stuff that was causing the BSOD

How do I remove it permanently though, Please help me with this, so my PC can be free of this Trojan and BSOD

Please Help :D

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Hello :welcome: @Kavi_C

I will guide you along on looking for remaining malware. Lets keep these principles as we go along.

  • Removing malware can be unpredictable
  • Please don't run any other scans, download, install or uninstall any programs while I'm working with you.
  • Only run the tools I guide you to.
  • Do not run online games while case is on-going. Do not do any free-wheeling web-surfing.
  • The removal of malware isn't instantaneous, please be patient.
  • Cracked or or hacked or pirated programs are not only illegal, but also will make a computer a malware victim. Having such programs installed, is the easiest way to get infected. It is the leading cause of ransomware encryptions. It is at times also big source of current trojan infections. Please uninstall them now, if any are here, before we start the cleaning procedure.
  • Please stick with me until I give you the "all clear".
  • If your system is running Discord, please be sure to Exit out of it while this case is on-going.

I would like a report set for review. This is a report only.

Please download MALWAREBYTES MBST Support Tool

Once you start it click Advanced >>> then Gather Logs

Have patience till the run has finished.
Attach the mbst-grab-results.zip from the Desktop to your reply..

This case here looks like a rogue coin-miner pest. The "block" action by Malwarebytes is keeping this machine safe from harm.

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