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"Cloud Solutions" CPU spam accompanied by repeated Unwanted Download file.

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#1 RadiantNight7


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Posted 04 March 2014 - 09:45 PM

So, I am having a very odd problem. One of which NOBODY on any website so far has posted. I was just Skyping somebody like I do everyday (or whenever I am not playing a game on the PC) and I noticed the computer getting slow. So as always, I went to task manager to see what was eating my CPU, from there I found some items named "CPU Solution (32bit)" On my apps, and other processes opened eating my CPU, after exiting out of them all they kept popping up. I right clicked and went to the .exe location to find out was something in my App Data Roaming files. That could not be deleted unless I exited out of all the processes, so I did so, and then deleted it. Problem solved right? WRONG, the deleted file automatically returned to its home in my Roaming files, and refuses to budge.

The said deleted file was the folder named "Azikcyn" the file in questions name is "nopuxu.exe" I clicked on properties and tried to deny my computer access to that particular troublesome file. No luck, it continues opening. So I decided to go to the details and the original file name was oddly enough simply "Mission" mysterious am I right? 


And also, another bothersome problem is this annoying "Download complete" Windows-IE-type window that keeps popping up saying I downloaded a Java-script file. I canceled and of course was spammed with a few more.




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Edited by Chris Cosgrove, 05 March 2014 - 07:20 PM.
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#2 KnightsMEA


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Posted 06 March 2014 - 03:22 PM

I am having the exact same problem.  Notice my system slowing down dramatically, I go look at the processes and see multiple .exe processes running showing Cloud Computing as a description.  Ending them doesn't work as they reopen.  Going directly to the file in the AppData\Roaming\ directory and trying to delete them doesn't work as a process reopens before it can be deleted.  Whatever this is, it is creating a different application name (mine is ylosub.exe) and the final directory fold name is something randomly different.  What is the same is the properties show something from "Mission".  


Would love some help or insight.  Thanks in advance for any thoughtful consideration to the problem.

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Posted 06 March 2014 - 09:01 PM

Hi, Well everything about this appears as malware as it appears to be Russian and you don't.

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#4 noknojon


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Posted 06 March 2014 - 10:00 PM

>> Well everything about this appears as malware as it appears to be Russian and you don't. <<

Just backing boopme on this, as there are few details (almost none) to find.

Google lists nopuxu = A Russian 2011 3rd edition Brief psychological and philological dictionary
There are 2 other sites (also Russian) with a warning saying "This site may harm your computer"

Also there are several "Japanese" game sites with nopuxu or NOPUXU, but no .exe files


Please follow his ideas -


@ RadiantNight - Have you noticed uTorrent, and the usage while not even running ??
It is 0.1% CPU (will not read much lower) with a usage of 36.7 MB ?? That is quite a lot ! !

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