+ 0 Votes RE : Antimalware virus; please analyze my logs kristain 4 years ago AntiMalware is a virus that will disguise as a program to help protect the computer. AntiMalware rogue security application will continuously display different virus warning on the computer to get users attention and direct them to purchase the registered version of AntiMalware fake program. 1. Download Malwarebytes? Anti-Malware (mbam-setup.exe) and save it on your Desktop. 2. After downloading, double-click on mbam-setup.exe to install the application. 3. Follow the prompts and install as ?default? only 4. Before the installation completes, check on the following prompts: * Update Malwarebytes? Anti-Malware * Launch Malwarebytes? Anti-Malware 5. Click ?Finish.? Program will runautomatically and you will be prompt to update the program before doing a scan. Please update. 6. Scan your computer thoroughly. 7. When scanning is finished click on the ?Show Results? 8. Make sure that all detected threats are marked, click on Remove Selected. 9. Restart your computer. http://antivirus.iyogi.net/virus-removal/malware-removal.html + 0 Votes IE still apparently rogue... AnsuGisalas 4 years ago So something's still there. + 0 Votes did you run PurpleSkys Moderator 4 years ago your antimalware programs and antivirus program in safe mode? Try that and see if it helps any... + 0 Votes Is it just me... AnsuGisalas 4 years ago Or are you running an awful lot of AV in that hijack? Is that your usual regimen or is it a result of the recent problem? Did you try GMER yet? You obviously have something in your browser still, so that has to be attended to. If that turns out empty you could try Avast... I hear it's pretty good at catching apps being naughty, so it should be able to get a handle on the bogie when it hijacks your browser again... but try GMER first, in case you have a root kit. + 0 Votes Couple of things IC-IT 4 years ago You have 3 or 4 anti virus programs running. Uninstall all but one. You may have very well have killed the malware and simply have a startup file tring to load. Do an explorer search for sbjgrujj.dll Delete it then do a search in the registry.