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Ransomer.LRV AVG keeps detecting

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#1 kmcdonald


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Posted 23 August 2016 - 12:41 PM

Running windows 10 with AVG free and malwarebytes loaded. 3 or 4 time over the last week AVG pops up detecting (1st time) Ranson:win32/Exxroute (following times) Ransomer.LRV and points to a random .DLL file in the windows/temp directory. I took a look today and did not see that or any other DLL's in temp (checked hidden) directory prior to cleaning then I let AVG clean as I have before, I have run Malwarebytes and found nothing, today ran Adcleaner and it came up with a registry threat at HKLM/software/description I searched the registry and was unable to find that combination (I did not have adcleaner repair it). At this point I believe that the ransomer exists on my PC as nothing has been cleaned and it keeps popping up.


Thanks in advance for any help


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Posted 23 August 2016 - 02:26 PM

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