Malwarebytes was able to detect it and remove it, but, upon start up it would reappear.
Another program- Trojan killer - was also able to detect the Trojan (stating the trojan file was missing and could not start, it was able to give me the File Name)
Spybot and TDSS Killer were unable to detect said Trojan.
The Trojan did not seemingly effect my machine in anyway. There were no internet issues, software installation worked fine, as did any application I choose to run. However Banking and purchasing was out of the question as long as the Trojan was on my computer.
Using Autoruns I was finally able to find and delete the trojan. Neither malwarebytes or Trojan Killer detects it now.
However before I did this I did something stupid.
I ran another Maywarebytes scan. I Choose to Open File location rather the remove it and malwarebytes took me to the Curfile registry entry of which there were two files. I deleted one hoping that would remove the Trojan. I know I am not supposed to do that but...
I am unsure as to what actually removed the trojan The autorun or registry file deletion.
Luckily there are no major problems with my machine. Internet, Games, etc work fine
The only annoyance is that upon start up when booting to my desktop I takes longer then it use to, and an error message appears :
[*]"There was a Problem Starting C:\ProgramData\Malwarebytes'anti malware\cleanup.dll"
[*]"The specified module could not be found"
I press Okay and my machine starts up as normal. However I don't know if this will cause other problems down the road.
Anyone know what this is or what to do?
I have uninstalled malwarebytes and reinstalled it, to no avail. I cannot find this .dll file anyware.