It appears as though I have a Bitcoin Miner on my system, and I can't seem to get rid of it. It shows up as "jusched.exe" in the Task Manager, and it consistently uses around 30% of my CPU resources. It also utilizes and unknown amount of my GPU resources, as games are very laggy when it's running.
I would attach a DDS file, but it seems as though it's incompatible with my OS, Windows 8.1. M
alwareBytes didn't find anything, but I'm 100% sure it's still on my system, as I've found the folder it's hiding in. I reran the scan, only searching in that particular folder, and allowed for scanning for rootkits. It seems to have found it, and I've attached the log file.
Any suggestions on what I can do? Thanks
Edited by llamas612, 17 December 2014 - 11:26 PM.