Posted 01 February 2012 - 01:02 PM
A week or two ago, I began having a problem where Google Chrome would periodically change settings (without me doing anything) to use a proxy server, and so nothing would connect until I went into the settings and unchecked it. Because of this, I ran an MBAM scan and found a number of things, which I deleted, removed from the registry, etc. Also, until I did this, MBAM would repeatedly report that it had blocked an attempted connection by Chrome to a "suspicious website."
After this, the problem appeared to be fixed -- no suspicious tasks running, no connections to suspicious websites reported by MBAM, etc. However, yesterday some charges appeared on my iTunes account (to which I've since changed the password of course). It's possible, of course, that somebody got the password before I had removed the malware and simply only used it now, but I was hoping someone would be able to help me run through a system check using the more powerful malware scanners/removers, just to make sure there's nothing bad lying around.