Have a machine that was infected with ransomware. I have used EaseUS secure erase to wipe out the whole drive and reinstall WIndows 10 pro on it, have even done a destory partitions, format, reinstall windows 10.
Whenever I run MBAR scan with Trend running I get these detections, even after a fresh install.
Infected: c:\users\defaultuser0\appdata\roaming\pidloc.txt --> [Trojan.Agent.Trace]
Infected: c:\google\googleupdate.a3x --> [Worm.Rowmanti]
Infected: c:\google --> [Worm.Rowmanti]
Infected: c:\skypee\googleupdate.a3x --> [Worm.Rowmanti.E]
Infected: c:\skypee --> [Worm.Rowmanti.E]
Infected: c:\users\defaultuser0\appdata\local\temp\updatea.vbs --> [Trojan.Agent.VBS]
Infected: c:\users\user\appdata\local\temp\updatea.vbs --> [Trojan.Agent.VBS]
Infected: c:\users\default\appdata\local\temp\updatea.vbs --> [Trojan.Agent.VBS]
If i close Trend Micro and run scan again, these detections don't occur.
I'm not sure if this is a false positive due to Trend, or there actually somehow is still remnants of this malware? Even though it can't be seen in Windows Safemode, with hidden files showing, not through explorer or the cmd prompt, system restore turned off. Tried other Antivirus scanners and no pickups. Looked up cleaning Worm.Rowmanti.E and no files or entries in registry.
I added a second hard drive and installed Windows 10 on it and get no detections if running MBAR scan with Trend open. It's only on this NVMe SSD disk that it happens.
I'm thinking of buying a new nvme drive to see if that matters, these detections don't occur until Scanning Registry and Directory Data happen in MBAR.
If this isn't a false positive, I'm thinking somehow the SSD is reporting to MBAR that these files once existed on the drive but would have thought a secure erase through EaseUS would of fixed that but it hasn't. The thing is I have Trend installed on other computers and when run MBAR it come back clean.
Hi. I am hoping to find an alternate color selector for Windows that could replace the one that comes up by default, pictured below. This for a device running Windows 8.1. Looking for something that would make it easier to define, save, export/import, maybe convert css colors, etc. I know 8.1 is pretty old, but this little color seems unchanged since the days of Windows 95 if not before.
Any suggestions? Thank you!
I have a large collection (thousands) of 35mm slide images I need to digitize. I began that process years ago, using a Nikon Super Coolscan 5000 ED slide/film scanner and the Nikon Scan software that went with it. Various events interrupted that process, and now I need to resume it, not least to make salable some of the remarkable images I was able to capture in Africa, the Middle East and elsewhere.
In the meantime computers have evolved, but the Nikon software has not. The last available version is designed for Windows Vista and Nikon states explicitly that it will not run under later versions of Windows. I know there are tricks to make it run under Windows 7, but AFAIK not under any later Windows versions. So the question arises, what software can one use instead?
The leading candidates appear to be VueScan and SilverFast - the first affordable, the second decidedly pricey. One of the main attractions of that Nikon scanner, apart from 4,000 dpi scan resolution, was the ICE software that used an infrared scan to make dust particles disappear, and could make color corrections etc. VueScan claims to use all those scanner features as well as, or better than, the original Nikon software. So I think does SilverFast. They are competing products, though at very different price points. What I am asking for here is any comments on the use of either or both those products.
I don't want to put anybody on the spot, or violate any forum rules about promoting or criticizing specific products, so if this is a problem, I hope someone will tell me so. I already know what one can deduce from the advertising materials that appear online. The scanner itself seems still to be one of the best (I bagged the last one in the B&H store at the time, they now sell for several times what I paid).
So far I have scanned slides one at a time, but I do have the batch loading attachment, and the VueScan software does support it.
Thanks for any enlightenment!
I have Windows 10 Home edition installed on my computer. The problem is that I can't close PDF files with Adobe Reader. I have to force closure. (Opening files is not a problem.) What can I do to overcome this problem?
I use three browsers and one autofill URL keeps popping up regardless which browser I'm using. I've cleared everything in each browser but that URL/autofill keeps popping up so I'm guessing that the URL is connected with Google search, but I'm not sure.
Anyone know how I can find these URLs and delete them?