Hello. I accidentally downloaded something earlier today and it subsequently downloaded many programs on my computer. I immediately ran a windows defender scan, and while it was running I began to uninstall these several programs. A couple google chrome extensions were installed as well, I deleted them. Windows defender found two Trojans and removed them. I thought I was fine. The previous windows defender scan was a "quick" scan, so I then began a "Full" scan. Also at around this point, my Google Chrome crashed suddenly. I reopened it and it tried to bring me to a "clickforums.ru" site but nothing would load. I couldn't load anything else either. It would just fail to load any page. I started to look on the internet on how to remove this clickforums thing but I made little progress. I had no malicious extensions and the google chrome shortcut did not have any weird website in its "target". Then, it got worse to the point where when I opened Google Chrome, It tried to go to that site or "www-searching.com" but it would sort of crash Chrome and go to a "Not Responding" situation. My windows defender scan came back with another Trojan and removed it. I left my computer for a couple hours, I came back and found a couple new programs appeared. I ran a quick windows defender scan and removed another Trojan. I uninstalled and reinstalled Chrome and had the same issue. I tried to download Zemana antimalware because I figured that Windows Defender was not sufficiently removing whatever I have. I tried to run Zemana and I got this error: "The requested resource is in use". I cannot run it. Around this time I notice a dataup.exe instance running, I looked it up and it's malware related so I felt it was worth mentioning. I tried downloading Malwarebytes and the same error appeared. I found this site and here I am. Also Windows Defender keeps telling me that it found malware and is removing it, so whatever infected my computer is still active. Pls help.
FRST scanned successfully. Files attached
Google Chrome (previously)
Mozilla Firefox (now)
Edited by jabobster, 15 March 2017 - 04:35 PM.