Broni

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  1. I have a topic here: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/609947/hp-envy-laptop-with-windows-81-infected-trojan-dns-hijack-dll/#entry3971524 JRT removed Last Pass extension from Firefox.
  2. Thank you As always your response is lightning quick
  3. I have another FP for the same file but in different location: C:\Program Files\HP\{AAC4FC36-8F89-4587-8DD3-EBC57C83374D}\drivers\dot4\wrapper\_isdel.exe VirusTotal scan detects nothing. File attached. _isdel.zip
  4. Farbar Service Scanner (FSS): http://download.bleepingcomputer.com/farbar/FSS.exe It's a legit tool used by malware fighters.
  5. Thank you
  6. For various reasons I'd like to see in MBAM scan log header some info, if we're dealing with 32-bit, or 64-bit Windows version. Doable?
  7. Cool beans Thanks again....
  8. Sure thing Thank you for (as always) rapid replies The OP can't find the log, so far. Possibly deleted. If found, I'll make sure to post it back here.
  9. Aha...good stuff. Thanks
  10. Thanks for looking at it I just requested that log.
  11. Attached are zipped both files from MBAM quarantine folder... BACKUP1.zip
  12. Hi sUBs I just asked the poster to provide a copy of his quarantined files. I'll attach them, as soon, as I'll get them.
  13. I have a topic here: http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic165862.html The computer in question had pci.sys file rootkited. That was cured by TDSSKiller and re-confirmed by 2nd TDSSKiller run. Little bit later, the user ran MBAM, which removed pci.sys file, making the computer unbootable. Eventually, I was able to replace the file and the computer is fine, but....what happened?