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#1 slewis898

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Posted 15 February 2016 - 06:07 PM

This is my problem started out, not until a couple days ago I've been getting popups through google chrome, edge, IE. Also, sometimes malwarebytes blocks outbound connections/new popups

 

I currently use Windows 10.

 

I ran,

 

AdwCleaner - 0 Threats

Rem-VBSworn - 0 Threats
Rkill - No malicious processes.
Junk RemovalTool - 0 Threats
MalwareBytes Anti-Malware - Couple tracking cookies.
MalwareBytes Anti-RootKit - Couple malware Trojans. Unknown origin
SpySaD - 0 Threats
Sophos Removal Tool - 0 Threats
Emsisoft Anti-Malware - 0 Threats.
RogueKiller - PUP
 
Still i am still receiving pop ups on my end. Could a computer that is on my network be causing my problem to keep coming back?
Also, I went on onto different computers on my network and they also are getting these popups. 

Edited by slewis898, 15 February 2016 - 06:13 PM.


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#2 Aura

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Posted 16 February 2016 - 08:47 AM

Hi slewis898 :)

My name is Aura and I'll be assisting you with your issue.

MalwareBytes Anti-Malware - Couple tracking cookies.


Malwarebytes doesn't target cookies, so my guess is that what you saw were PUPs detections. Since you already ran Malwarebytes, I would like to see your previous Scan log. Open Malwarebytes and go under the History tab. From there, click on Application logs in the left pane.
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Click on the most recent (usually at the top) Scan log to open it. From there, click on the Export button and select the first option, Copy to Clipboard
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Paste the content of your clipboard in your next reply.

Let's take a look at your Protection log to see these warnings. Open Malwarebytes and go under the History tab. From there, click on Application logs in the left pane.
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Click on the most recent (usually at the top) Protection log to open it. From there, click on the Export button and select the first option, Copy to Clipboard
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Paste the content of your clipboard in your next reply.

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