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Menkaure

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The folder is in appdata and its called "PWBVLXT".  It is a zero byte folder and I cannot delete it.  I have tried to change permissions and a bunch of other stuff but got nowhere.

Also in task manager there appears multiples of a running app called "VLAKJ"  I can end the process but they keep coming back.  When I go to where the process lives, I encounter a exe named PATAKI.EXE  Again there is no way I can access any of these folders/files.  If some will delete, they just keep coming back.  I cannot find any reference in Google to any of the names.

PLEASE HELP!

The offending files are also hanging up Microsoft Security Essentials and Malwarebytes premium.  Malwarebytes Anti Exploit finds nothing.

Please Help.

Thank you.

 

Menkaure

 

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Please Click here!, and follow the recommendations in the guide.

Someone will be along to tell you what steps to take after you post the contents of the scan results.


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