I have had hard drive corruption. I believe I have a bootsector rootkit that loads before the operating system. I experience slow speeds video driver infections even after downloading new drivers. I noticed that when viewing my gartitions in linux gparted it shows 3gb being used but when exploring the partition nothing is there. I have weird mount points of logical devices but all partitions are formated as primary and I always get small mb allocated spaces at the end of my partitions sometime 2 small allocated partitions maybe encrypted partitions? One in the front and one in the rear. I always have a few files that have to be truncated from my steam folder config.vdf file is usually corrupted. The virus varies as I am posting only what has been recently happening. The virus appears to always reinfect same files. I get some bsod's with no report in bluescreen viewer. I was re-downloading my steam games and ea games yesterday and decided to run a disk checkn and it truncated all 498gb of my games so I am redownloading all games. I have 2 hard drives 64gbssd and a 500gb hdd installed on my pc I look some times and run a mbr scan and it says both partitions contain a magic partition? w/e that is but apears to contain a valid mbr. When I was fixing the errors on my 500gb my pc was beeping continuously as if it were trying to fix what was in ram and giving me a system beep code and then froze. So I reformatted and now I am redownloading. I got a hidden service trustedinstaller.exe in my servicing folder. My antivirus won't start with my computer and will just stop working all together. Please help THANKS!
Malware slow online gaming hard drive corruption/ no ssl https encryptSlow vmrootkit?
Posted 28 September 2014 - 09:41 PM
In currports I have multiple unknown process's connected on identical ports as my web browser and steam.. I find it funny at the unknown amount registered on my hard drive when viewed through linux is the same size as a win7.iso lol and my bios registered an fdd drive when no fdd drive is installed.. my be nothing.. and my cd drive spins at like 20 thousand rpm and I figure there is noway that disc is transferring data to my hard drive... So assuming that is unknown data is a secret iso of a hacked O.S or just the infected data that just doesn't get replaced even after doing a d.o.d wipe is just a theory... to maybe back this claim.. I "installed" a few games from a few discs and ran through the steps and an hour later after it was done. No data in the game folder..? What the...? Am I a victim of NSA malware? Stuxnet virtual hardware turning my pc into some type of vmware thin-client running inside a vsphere server integrated into my pc as a client that connects directly to a hackers server? Things that make you go hmmm... ? Tell me what you need to get this god awful malware/program off my pc.. please..?
Posted 28 September 2014 - 09:46 PM
Also, I have a Herins Boot disk drive clearly I have written to this disc and it is already in use.. but when I click on my disk drive to open it it is asking me if I want to use the drive as a usb data disk..?
Posted 02 October 2014 - 08:56 AM
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Scan with Farbar Recovery Scan Tool
Please download Farbar Recovery Scan Tool and save it to your Desktop.
- Right-click on icon and select Run as Administrator to start the tool.
(XP users click run after receipt of Windows Security Warning - Open File).
- When the tool opens click Yes to disclaimer.
- Make sure that Addition option is checked.
- Press Scan button and wait.
- The tool will produce two logfiles on your desktop: FRST.txt and Addition.txt.
Please copy and paste their content into your next reply.
Posted 05 October 2014 - 07:57 AM
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