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JS:ScriptPE-inf[Trj] was found on my computer


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#1 badaboo

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Posted 15 November 2016 - 06:28 AM

last night i was scanning my computer and found this in the report JS:ScriptPE-inf[Trj]. .this had been on my computer for two minths i scanned with avast. now im getting paranoid. i dont have any thinng sensitive on my computer. i changed all my password and my account  werent hacked. but imm worried. was this a RAT which can use webcam. all i wannna know is that did it use my webcam



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Posted 18 November 2016 - 11:13 PM

Hi badboo,

 

My name is TsVk!, but you can call me John. I'll be helping you with your issue. :)

 

Just a few ground rules before we get started.

  • Please don't run any malware removal programs unless directed.
  • Please don't make any system changes unless directed.
  • Please backup all essential data now. We are are removing software designed to damage/compromise your system, it's inherently risky business.
  • Please copy and paste all logs in plain text straight into your reply, do not quote or attach logs.

These things are to make it easier for me to help you.

 

I've looked at your post and will respond as soon as possible with instructions.

 

Please be aware that I am still in training and everything that I say needs to be covered in detail with my instructor. This is a bonus for you because you have two sets of eyes on your thread, but you need to be aware this can take some time so my responses may take a day or so.

 

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Posted 21 November 2016 - 07:06 PM

Hi badaboo,

 

i5r8d1.jpg  Download Farbar Recovery Scan Tool.

  • Choose 32bit or 64bit depending on your Windows version. If you are unsure click here.
  • Save the application to your desktop and run it.
  • Click Yes to allow the application
  • Click Scan, wait for the log to appear
  • Copy and paste the results into your next reply.

John



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Posted 24 November 2016 - 05:14 PM

Hi badaboo,

 

Do you still require assistance?

 

John



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