So, today I was browsing the internet, going through some websites that are a bit more questionable and a popup got through my adblock. It was in my native language, portuguese and it appeared it was pretending to be an Interpol website, asking me to pay money through the popup to 'unlock my browser', it didn't even say my PC, just my browser. Of course, that triggered a flag, as I know how the law works and I immediately pulled up the task manager and killed google chrome. I started it up again after and reset it to make sure no cookies or anything were leftover from that. I also ran CCleaner.
My computer kept working fine for a few hours, I then had to leave home and go to have some tutoring and other things. When I came back 3 hours later, I booted up my PC and my desktop.ini files were visible, despite me not having altered anything to make them visible. Of course, I immediately thought 'virus' and ran my McAffee as well as Malwarebytes. I had some minor malware apparently that I properly deleted but then I went and searched through the internet to see if I was in danger. I found out that I most likely was. Immediately, I did a system restore to 4 days ago, ran malwarebytes again, ran mcaffee, ran malwarebytes rootkit, ran CCleaner and made sure that I had no malware present. I had never heard of ransomware before in my life. I killed all the startup programs and started windows in safe mode, I went to the Registry Edit and went through the Shell, the Windows and all the other folders I saw on different websites and found nothing unusual. I only had one line in them saying <default> and the value was empty, except in the shell folder, there I had other things but they were as per usual.
I ran everything AGAIN and had no detections, my computer is NOT slow but I don't know if my internet connection is or not. I have no unusual processes or CPU, Memory or Network overload.
Do I need to do something else? Am I still infected? Can my accounts be stolen?
I really do need help fast.
Running: Windows 7 Professional
Edited by Mindpower, 18 May 2015 - 03:55 PM.