After running my weekly Malwarebytes Free Scanner only which found nothing, I followed up with a Windows Defender scan as usual which found this. I've entered a lot of sensitive information the past week. There's absolutely no way I can change all of my passwords this very second or close then re-open a new bank account before something happens either. I really don't understand how I got infected with a Trojan when I practice limited safe browsing by always scanning a website with Virus Total, Norton Safe Web & Google Transparency Report. I also don't understand how Windows Defender, a bottom of the barrel protection, found something Malwarebytes didn't. Microsoft has said they don't aim for it to be the best AV, just a standard other companies dedicated to it should always be better than. I have 2 factor Authentication enabled on everything & no unusual bank charges have been made so far. I also use NoScript & uBlock extensions for Firefox which is always up-to-date. The only new websites I've browsed the past week that I can remember are these listed below which all checked out okay. I really need to know this was hopefully just a false positive & or how I can go about further determining that besides Malwarebytes not detecting it.
Edited by JSntgRvr, 24 June 2018 - 10:55 PM.
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