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Unusual Traffic from my IP.. Malware Detected


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#1 viknesh

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Posted 04 September 2016 - 11:24 AM

I recently changed to an new ISP in my area. Since then everything was unusual.

 

1) Its a 60mbps fibernet connection and yet my phone (connected to wifi) couldn't load most of the sites faster. Even my old 16mbps connection loaded them faster. 

 

2) I have two laptops running Windows 10. One of my laptops was infected with tons of adware and malware. After long hours of trying I had to completely reformat my drive and reinstall windows. Fortunately that was my fallback laptop so I didn't lose any files. 

 

3) Now many websites that use Cloudfare's website protection shows me a captcha every single time.

 

4) Project honeypot blacklisted my ip for 6 times saying that it has detected behavior from my IP address consistent with that of a mail server and dictionary attacker.

 

5) After all these years of using Google for the first time I was warned for higher traffics in google servers and had to enter a captcha. 

 

 

I occasionally use Hoxx VPN Chrome extension in my main Laptop. My sister working in Amazon connects to Amazon VPN sometimes. Malware bytes and Bit Defender Free found nothing in my laptops. I uninstalled those and installed the trial version of Bitdefender Total Security 2016. But I couldn't login to the bitdefender to scan since it couldn't view the cloudfare captcha page within the app. I tried logging in with my old ISP and it logged in fine. 

 

I ran scans with Adwcleaner, JWT, MB Antirootkit beta and also according to the preparation guide on both of my computers. I ran Farbar from morning and it didn't complete for several hours. But I found the log files saved in the Farbar app location. Attached the reports for my main laptop only.

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#2 viknesh

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Posted 07 September 2016 - 01:50 AM

Its been three days since my post and there is no reply yet. I didn't want to bump but its getting really hard day by day. Please revert. 


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