Processor: AMD Phenom II X4 840T Processor 2.90 GHZ
RAM: 6GBS (5.75 GB usable)
System type: 64-bit operating system, x64-based processor
Video card: ATI RADEON HD 4200
I've had this computer for a while and had not hooked it up in a while so I decided to, and once I hooked it up to the internet I noticed a lot of problems. Hooked it up 5/21/16, since then I have been trying to remove this myself searching endlessly throughout forums like yours and malwaretips and reddit. I don't think I have benefited myself much.
Just to note this computer was windows vista before I clean installed windows 7 and then updating to windows 10, in hopes that the problem would go away but It hasn't. I have noticed the internet sometimes not allowing me to download AV's and the search engines are bleeped. Also extremely high cpu and ram usage off the bat.
When I had the windows vista I noticed csrss.exe winlogon.exe and another exe in the task manager with no descriptions and also Sha1 and sha256 but it would disappear as soon as I noticed it.
Clean installing to windows 7 multiple items were installed on my desktop and the computer was slow.
In Hopes thinking it would disappear alas windows 10 update. I've run multiple av's and malware removal products and I have noticed that this keeps jumping from AV to AV in my task manager (amount of cpu and ram)
It doesn't allow me to update windows defender also or get any windows update
I believe it is deep in my system and it hides when it wants to not be seen.
Should I just full clean wipe my system and start new?
Edited by jonnjonny, 25 May 2016 - 05:19 PM.