Posted 07 March 2011 - 01:07 PM
Hello and Thank you for your time and assistance,
I have a client who's business depends on MASSIVE amounts of emails. When I say massive, I would guess around 1.2gb per day.
He is an architect and sends and receives blue prints, cads, 3dmax files all day long. With a contact list over 2000+ people.
Its very hard to control what comes in and comes out. About 2 days ago, outlook went kaput. It started shutting down for unknown
reasons (not due to resources, I build an i7 with 12gb ram personalized.) All other programs work just fine aside from a few Firefox
redirects. He currently has MalwareBytes installed and updated, alongside Microsoft Security Essentials. They both seem to be functioning
but just by looking in C:/users/blahblah/AppData/Local/ I see lots of folders with random character based names with odd executables.
To send an email or receive an email he must shutdown the entire computer and restart. (Logging off Does Not work).
Any suggestions to whether this could be virii, Malware, RogueWare, or Spyware. Please any ideas could help. I'm at a dead stand point.
Thank you for your assistance!,
Vexed (helpless in Florida ;))
ECCS - Break9 Technologies