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Chrome - Insecure Algorithm / Fake Security error


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Must have happened discretely recently. All of my important websites seem like they're redirecting through somewhere else, and often get looped into an advertisement redirect. I've done some research, did a scan with malwarebytes. It found trojan.dropper.bcminer. Now with some research, I attempted to run a combofix - I renamed the file and placed it on the desktop but either combofix will not run, or it extracts into a strange location that just ends up being a mirror of My Computer - with my C: E: and etc. Pic attached, it is the 32788*** Computer folder at the bottom, which just redirects me back to My Computer. Now I did try this in safe mode, and it completely fails out at that point. I also checked Hijackthis for anything out of the ordinary and didn't see anything. I can post logs of anything you guys need, any tips or help would be appreciated, as this kind of snuck up on me today. Also I know I don't have antivirus, I haven't had something stealth install on me like this since back on Windows XP.
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