Hi There and Good Early Sunday Morning to you i've had this app/data/roaming/FCTB crap coming up in malware daily so i ran some other stuff at this moment i've went in and removed it by reading your files however as soon as i load mozilla it may come back i went into Mozilla and removed the folder already at this point i'd like to not blow up my newest pc :/ thoughts ??? btw jrt isn't something i can get downloaded in it's current version which is what i was told to use :D aka an old pc junkie
I have SuperAnti Spyware and keep it updated. A new popup today said there's a newer version available. Mine is 5.7.1026 and the new one is 18.77 MB. That doesn't make sense to me. Not knowing much about computers, I would expect something like 6.8.... Please help me to understand this since I'd like to update it if it's needed and don't want to download something I don't need or want. Thanks...
Seems like AVG 'may' have started this. Using Firefox; many sites (eg banking..) returns message 'Proxy server refuses...' Other sites e.,g. TechSupportGuy hook up fine. Thought I'd reinstall Firefox but no go. I think I had this same problem when using McAfee. Any suggestions? Thanks, Ken J.
Recently I have upgraded my laptop from windows 8 to windows 8.1. After upgrading i found that the process svchost.exe (netsvcs) consume about 60% of CPU usage. This makes my laptop overheated within 30 minutes. When I suspend this process, the cpu usage drops to just 5%. I have tried many solution available online to solve this issue, but unfortunately none of them worked. Plzzz help me to solve this problem...!!!
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This the report of the combofix i used to solve the redirect of a link site. i dont know what to do next :sad: Attached Files ComboFix.txt (52.3 KB)
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I installed Wireshark and cannot access any info except from my own computer. I am interested in info on my network, which I am the owner and administrator.
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