On my wife’s Windows 10 computer, she has been seeing “toast” messages from Windows Security that tell her malware has been removed.

Opening Windows Security and looking at history, it locked. I found a way to delete the logs that grew to large to open and tried again.

The history was initially empty, but reports that Trojan:MSIL/Injector.CP!MTB was found and removed started popping up every few minutes. The details each showed a dll with a seemingly random name in %temp%.

I’ve turned off notifications, but these dlls still appear and get removed regularly.

Malwarebytes 4 found and quarantined about 25 “PUP” files related to ASK toolbar and MaxSearch. I don’t know if these are related, but quarantining these did not stop the Trojan:MSIL/Injector.CP!MTB from appearing.

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  • alinastar21

    November 8, 2021

    Windows is just one big collection of problems with known workarounds.

  • EndangeredPootis

    November 8, 2021

    Something must be creating them, reset DNS cache by running command prompt as admin and typing in this command:

    ipconfig /flushdns

    Also check for enabled proxy’s by going into Proxy Settings.

    You can also run additional scans using Hitmanpro and ESET online scanner.


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