Adw cleaner was the first one that I ran after my antivirus scanner. I will see if I can get the logs (If i haven deleted them already, but if I have I will post a new log).
Had Yandex on my computer after I removed Hamster Zip. [Closed] [Solve
Posted 01 February 2019 - 03:20 PM
Everything is clean according to this log.
# Malwarebytes AdwCleaner 22.214.171.124
# Build: 01-30-2019
# Database: 2019-01-31.3 (Cloud)
# Support: https://www.malwarebytes.com/support
# Mode: Scan
# Start: 02-02-2019
# Duration: 00:00:05
# OS: Windows 10 Home
# Scanned: 31793
# Detected: 0
***** [ Services ] *****
No malicious services found.
***** [ Folders ] *****
No malicious folders found.
***** [ Files ] *****
No malicious files found.
***** [ DLL ] *****
No malicious DLLs found.
***** [ WMI ] *****
No malicious WMI found.
***** [ Shortcuts ] *****
No malicious shortcuts found.
***** [ Tasks ] *****
No malicious tasks found.
***** [ Registry ] *****
No malicious registry entries found.
***** [ Chromium (and derivatives) ] *****
No malicious Chromium entries found.
***** [ Chromium URLs ] *****
No malicious Chromium URLs found.
***** [ Firefox (and derivatives) ] *****
No malicious Firefox entries found.
***** [ Firefox URLs ] *****
No malicious Firefox URLs found.
########## EOF - C:\AdwCleaner\Logs\AdwCleaner[S00].txt ##########
Posted 01 February 2019 - 05:04 PM
Your computer is now clean!
- Right-click on FRST/FRST64, and select Rename.
- Rename it to Uninstall.exe and press Enter on your keyboard.
- Double-click on Uninstall.exe. Your computer will restart, and allow it to do so. FRST will now uninstall.
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Posted 01 February 2019 - 07:29 PM
Most of those I follow anyway I don't use Microsoft security software like antivirus because its crap lol. But I have got KIS now instead of just the AV.
Thank you heaps for your help. Highly appreciated.
Posted 01 February 2019 - 11:09 PM
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