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LeagueX

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  1. Thank you very much Kevin, my PC is running like new. I know you are busy and I don't want to take much of your time, but can you please also look at my other pc's log for any malware? FRST.txt Addition.txt
  2. That registry seems empty although Defender shows the paths (I added that exclusion just now to see if that's the registry path). Hope it's a bug. Thank you very much for your prompt and professional help. Sincerely, LeagueX
  3. The viruses are still allowed in Windows Defender and the exclusion paths are still there. I attached the cleaning log. AdwCleaner[C01].txt
  4. Browsing through start menu I found this shady .exe located in System32. Should I delete it?
  5. I attached the AdwCleaner log. I did not use or voluntarily download Lavasoft. AdwCleaner[S00].txt
  6. Hello Sir, Nothing appears to be changed. The folder exclusions are still greyed out in Windows Defender and viruses are still allowed. It appears Windows Defender's Controlled folder's access blocked a FRST process. Should I disable it? (I activated because powershell kept messing with Sys32). I have attached the fixlog and a screenshot.Fixlog.txt Thank you Fixlog.txt
  7. Hello, I tried to cleaned my laptop from an ugly virus which came with some pretty bad PUPs and other dirt. I cleaned it with Emsisoft Emergency Kit, I checked Firefox extensions, I ran many scans and it appears clean now. The problem is the virus added exclusions in Windows Defender both in allowed threats (which come back every time I delete them from allowed threats section) and folder exclusions sections. After deleting the specific folders and exclusions from regedit, they still appear in Windows defender, with a greyed out, inactive, rem
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