This computer is badly compromised - to name some of the malware present, Miuref, Zbot and Fleercivet - which warrants the following warning:
One or more of the identified malware is known to use a backdoor, that allows attackers to remotely control your computer, download/execute files and steal system, financial & personal information.
If your computer has been used for online banking, has credit card information or other sensitive data, using a non-compromised computer/device you should immediately change all account information (including those used for Email, eBay, Paypal, online forums, etc).
Banking and credit card institutions should be notified of the possible security breach. Please read the following article for more information: How Do I Handle Possible Identify Theft, Internet Fraud and CC Fraud?
Whilst the identified malware can be removed, there is no way to guarantee the trustworthiness of your computer unless you reformat your hard drive and reinstall your Operating System. This is due to the nature of the malware, which allows a remote attacker to make any number of modifications. Many experts in the security community believe that once compromised with this type of malware, the best course of action is to reformat/reinstall. Please read the following articles for more information.
Unfortunately, this has likely been self-inflicted from your use of cracked/pirated/keygen software, such as the cracked Internet Download Manager, Fallout 4, uTorrent Pro, etc present on your computer. Please refer to the following information on the dangers of such software.
One or more of the identified issues may be a result of downloading cracked/pirated/illegal software. Participating in the use of such software is a security risk. We do not approve of nor support illegal software.
Malware authors promote and release cracked software to spread malware. I strongly recommend you refrain from participating in this activity; your computer will be re-exposed to malware otherwise. Simply visiting a cracked software site often result in exposure to malware. In some instances malware may cause so much damage to your computer that removal is not possible and the only option is to reformat your hard drive and reinstall your Operating System. Please refer to the following articles for more information.
Given the severity of the malware present, I would suggest opting for the reformat/reinstall approach, but as stated, your computer can be cleaned of the malware present if you so wish. With that said, unfortunately due to the presence of cracked software, I am unable to assist until such software is removed from your computer. If you are willing to do this, and would like your computer cleaned, please let me know.