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Nod 32 scan finds a lot of crypto ra files with hashes


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#1 dannyboy950

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Posted 14 November 2015 - 12:48 PM

My computer has been acting more stranger than normal. Especially IE 11, it has been closeing and opening on its own volition.  So I decide to scan just IE and found I could not.

I ran afew other system scans Frst, Minitoolbox and sfcscan now. The first 2 only found a little mostly errors trying to open certain file types. SFC found several that it could not fix.  I have logs but not shure whether to post them or not and the best place to post them.

 

I decided to run Eset on line scan and was unable to.  I did manage to dl/install the Nod 32 trial.

Now that scan and log was really interesting.  I watch my scanners when they run and started noticeing the crypto ra files with hash numbers.  This log I am not even shure how and if I should post it.

 

Now Nod32 only found 1 file it didn't like and I let it clean it.  SPS Setup exe 128.exe.

Not shure why the Crypto people would want anything of mine, I have no valueable data or pictuers that I would be willing to pay a ransom for not even the computer itself.  A cheap computer bought from Walmart. If the ransom was more than the computer was worth I would just trash can the computer.

 

What do yall think should I post the logs and info in the AV section or should I post the last log in the Crypto section. Malwarebytes: SAS nor defender running resident alerted on anything.

 

Takeing a closer slower look at the logs even tho they are Crypto RSA logs with has numbers and most of the other errors do not seem to amount to much.  I will still wait for advice. By the way the eset logs will be hard to read they did not keep their format when saveing so they are all run together.

 

I am a little curious why these scanners always have trouble opening event logs?


Edited by dannyboy950, 14 November 2015 - 01:59 PM.

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Posted 14 November 2015 - 02:40 PM

You can start a new topic and post your logs in the Am I infected? What do I do? Forum. Other scan suggestions will most likely be asked by Helpers for you to perform and everything can go in that topic.
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Posted 14 November 2015 - 03:04 PM

Ok I hate to bug them again they helped out a lot on my other Vista machine. But something is definitely going on.


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Posted 14 November 2015 - 04:27 PM

That's not a problem...it's what this site is all about and what we are here for.
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