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Malware in my email

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I recently starting having problem with my email getting odd entries. They seem to be coming from Beap.gemini.yahoo.com. I have run adaware, rogue killer, Malware bytes, hit man pro, and mgtools. All from Major geeks. I am still having the same problem. However I will say when I ran malware bytes I had 576 hits. The majority seemed to com from my browser which is Google Chrome. Below are the two listing from fst64. Please let me know what I must do to fix this issue.I was a mainframe computer programmer and systems person for 42 years( I know I am a dinosaur. That is why I retired). So if it is necessary to go into registry data, or any other type of tech stuff, I have no problem. I put the two text files into files as attachments to this post. Just thought it might be easier to go through. Please help this dinosaur. I just might learn something new to impress the other Chrysler retirees from IT. Thank you in advance for all your help and any knowledge you may let me in on. Try to learn something new everyday.


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            I realized I did not submit the post properly. I have rerun FSRT64. I have loaded the text file into attachments, and resumbitted them with this post


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Edited by Gwatrobski, 14 January 2019 - 07:47 AM.

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