I am operating Windows 10 on a Lenovo laptop.
As a little background to those who may assist me and to those who may find this thread in the future, the reason I am posting is that I recently downloaded and installed some suspicious software. When investigating some potential receiver software that would allow me to mirror my cell phone to my computer monitor, I came across numerous recommendations for the "LonelyScreen Airplay Receiver." Unfortunately, despite knowing better, I went ahead and downloaded and installed it.
Afterwards, I had second thoughts, and decided to look further into whether or not this software was trustworthy. The website (lonelyscreen.com) is suspicious for a number of reasons and I believe LonelyScreen might be related to the iSkySoft and Wondershare brand networks, for which the web seems to have plenty of evidence that suggests they potentially push software that's not on the up-and-up.
Most alarmingly, I came across this link: https://www.hybrid-analysis.com/sample/221ff2e050170f8ba4d54d8b899ff3824574136099317af113890ac4e01d4588?environmentId=1, which suggests the install is malicious, to put it lightly.
So far I can't point to specific symptoms of being infected with any certainty, but I strongly suspect that I could be.
As for the steps I've taken so far, they are a little clumsy due to the fact I wasn't initially convinced I was at risk. I "uninstalled" the program shortly after installing using the windows "add and remove programs," but this actually left the LonelyScreen executable behind and it was still active on my system (another reason I am suspicious). I also did a system restore, which I realize is not a virus removal tactic. Malware Bytes and Iolo System Mechanic show no signs of infection, rootkits, or malware.
So, can someone help me ensure my system is clean?
Thank you for any help you can provide and your hard work on these forums.