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Lynx

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  1. Hi Mike, Welcome to the forum Your logs show that you have pirated / patched Software on your system and using keygens for generating illegal product keys. Please read special clause of the the instruction about that (see the reference below) You must not just remove kegens / patches / cracks modules, but uninstall all illegal Software before posting reports, otherwise you will not be assisted by malware fighter. You will be advised about the way to turn off Restore Point later After unistalling illegal software update a-squared, Deep rescan and repost all required log files into this thread as per instruction ======= Read the instructions in http://forum.emsisoft.com/Default.aspx?g=posts&t=1930 Prepare and post the required log files into this thread Wait for reply from ShadowPuterDude, Katana, or JeanInMontana for assistance and further instructions. ======= My regards P.S. If you have any Antivirus with it's real-time resident being active - disable it when you are performing Deep Scan by a-squared. That will substantially decrease total time of the scan
  2. Hi sir_gwayne, Welcome to the forum If you want to find out whether it is FP or not, please submit the file to EMSI developers. Create the case in the respective section if you have questions about the procedure Since you posted into this section (and/or your system is misbehaving): ======= Read the following instructions START HERE, if you don't we are just going to send you back to this thread <--click Prepare and post the required log files into this thread Wait for reply from ShadowPuterDude, Katana, or JeanInMontana for assistance and further instructions. ======= My regards P.S. Posting just the file name or the alleged infection name does not provide any information The location of the files / precise names of files and/or Registry Entries ; processes, etc. are required. The same applies to the detections names. All that info should be in the saved report produced by a-squared. That will be one of the steps in the instruction
  3. Thanks Richard, Actually .DOC extension already excluded from allowed types. B) Users should use rtf or txt instead. You should edit your reply, since the the report you attached is not accessible now My regards
  4. Hi Richard, Welcome to the new forum. Was the log file you attached created as a <>.doc file? Since it is a new forum that will be discussed internally but I am under impression that posting doc format is not acceptable for security reasons. DOC files can contain macroses & so on... basically - there are known vulnerabilities Well, sure we all can scan after downloading but still that is not 100% safe and not what's expected I think - it has to be <>.txt That is not your fault . We are all new here My regards
  5. Hi Darren, Welcome to the forum. Since Christian Peters replied to your request there, please send PM to him. That could be many things including this new forum and many other novelties. Probably it has something to do with it I could be wrong... we all are "new" here now and it will take some time to adjust I am sure Christian will reply to your PM and explain the situation with your "Notepad request" My regards P.S. Please reply here or PM to me or any other moderator if you have difficulties contacting Christian
  6. Greetings all, For future reference follow these guidelines when using any security Software to scan data: 1) Always save any reports from the scan results screen 2) Never quarantine/delete anything identified without thoroughly investigating the files and the name of the detection Quarantining is a process where files and/or registry entries are physically removed from their original location and are moved into a 'safe-zone'. They are encrypted and are unable to be accessed until restored or deleted. Sometimes security software falsely identifies important crucial system components as a threat (hence the term False Positives - FP). Removing/deleting critical system files, even temporarily, can make a system crash. Sometimes the system will recover after a reboot, and sometimes it will not. Therefore, you may not be able to start your system. Special system restore measures may be needed, or even a full system re-installation. 3) Pay special attention to the items detected in such vital areas as C:\ ; C:\WINDOWS\ ; C:\Windows\System32\ ; etc. 4) It is always better to be safe - whenever you install security software always set the detection actions to alert you and ask you what you want to do. Disable the action to automatically quarantine or delete detected items (such as “auto-healing”) If detections are FP's, you run the risk of rendering your system inoperable. If you are uncertain, get on a forum and ask for assistance before quarantining or deleting.
  7. note: The link provided here will be changed as soon as the instruction is moved into the new forum ------- Greetings all, You may find the following message displayed by Emsisoft: This massage was introduced lately. It happens when user quarantines items and or tries to delete them. It means that the detected currently cannot be entirely removed just by the Software (a-squared) alone. In this case user should visit the Malware Removal section of the forum and follow instructions as in START HERE, if you don't we are just going to send you back to this thread <--click Prepare and post (attach) the required log files and wait for reply from ShadowPuterDude, Katana or JeanInMontana for assistance and further instructions. My regards
  8. Hi jime, Welcome to the forum ======= Please read the following instructions in http://forum.emsisoft.com/Default.aspx?g=posts&t=1930 Prepare and post the required log files into this thread Wait for reply from ShadowPuterDude, Katana, or JeanInMontana for assistance and further instructions. ======= My regards P.S. Posting just the file name or the alleged infection name does not provide any information The location of the files / precise names of files and/or Registry Entries ; processes, etc. are required. The same applies to the detections names. All that info should be in the saved report produced by a-squared. That will be one of the steps in the instruction
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