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Infected with INSANE bitcoinminer. Desperate for help

Unread postby JohnSmith11 » September 25th, 2017, 6:40 am

Hello everyone :o)
First and foremost, thanks for your time . I appreciate ur good will to help.

I track my GPU daily, and noticed that each time I open Skype / Games I play / Battle.net EVEN Chrome.
my GPU temp jumps from 30 idle to 50 and the GPU uses its full functionals (Clock speed jumps to max, etc)

I kinda got sick of trying to solve this, formatted from win10 to win7 pro yet problem isnt solved.

Scanned with Anti-malware bytes, Rogue Killer, Hitman pro free scan
and still.
nothing.

I used Process Explorer to try and track which applications cause GPU traffic,
thats how I know when the bitcoin miner works and when it doesnt.

I came to here thanks to ComboFix (Didn't run a scan yet, I don't want to regret using it so I would like to ask for help here)

Thanks in advance, I will be waiting for your help since I don't want the guy who infected my PC to keep making money on my shoulder and wrecking my GPU.

Best regards,

John.
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Re: Infected with INSANE bitcoinminer. Desperate for help

Unread postby JohnSmith11 » September 25th, 2017, 6:48 am

I have SP1 to wni 7 pro
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Re: Infected with INSANE bitcoinminer. Desperate for help

Unread postby Gary R » September 25th, 2017, 8:01 am

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