Malwarebytes Popup Won’t Go Away

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For the past few days I have been having a virus problem that doesn’t seem to want to go away. I first noticed the problem when Internet Explorer was running slowly and I was seeing unexplained pop up.

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Can anyone out there help me.

.Please! I have a laptop with windows XP and the wireless modem says that I have a strong connection to the internet but when I bring up internet explorer to get to.

In addition to having the issue with the HelpAssistant folder, my computer has been very sluggish since it was infected with the AV Soft virus about 3 or 4 weeks ago. I used MalwareBytes to clean that.

I was able to remove the Trojans, but whatever I do, the adwares won’t get removed ! I have scanned my comp with Avast, Adaware, and Trend Micro Housecall (online scanner), and removed everything they.

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when you delete a file (and even empty the recycle bin), it doesn’t actually go away. Instead, the.

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browse away from it, and the mining stops. You probably just get annoyed at the tardy website. But here’s a neat trick drive-by miners are using – pop-unders. You won’t see a.

Another pop-up will appear that is very similar to.

ads that harass you to install MacKeeper and basically won’t let you do anything else. It’s the worst. But you can make it go away. First, quit.

Suddenly I noticed a strange pop-up on my screen. Some new antivirus program told me.

And this strain was extremely virulent, and it wouldn’t go away unless I “paid” for the version of the.