Trojan.BitcoinMiner Removal Guide

Bitcoin Mining Malware removal?

Hey guys! I'm new here, and I really need help. So I downloaded an infected program, that contained Bitcoin Miners. Malwarebytes quarantined them, but 5 mins later quarentine was empty. So I searched one by one of the contamined .exe files (winnetsvces.exe and mswinlib.exe), and deleted them from Registry (before I came to this, I tried all antivirus possible). I'm an absolute noob when it comes to computers, and Reddit always saves me, but I found nothing this time. My PC is not running any weird services that slows it down, but it is overheating, so I guess I'm not safe yet. I think malwarebytes missed a couple of other infected .exe files and I have no clue on how to get mt PC back to normal! Apart from that, malwarebytes found "Trojan.Agent" on HKLM\SYSTEM\CURRENTCONTROLSET\SERVICES\SysLinkMapper. This also disappeared from quarantine, but i have no idea what it is or how to clean it up. Please, help!
Thank you :)
PS: this is my first post, sorry if I did anything wrong
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MalwareBytes found a bitcoin miner.

-Log Details- Scan Date: 15/06/2019 Scan Time: 14:55 Log File: bd3dde7e-8f96-11e9-a123-988389c981bb.json
-Software Information- Version: 3.7.1.2839 Components Version: 1.0.586 Update Package Version: 1.0.11068 Licence: Trial
-System Information- OS: Windows 10 (Build 17134.829) CPU: x64 File System: NTFS User: LAPTOP-7VJ3OVAM\708kr
-Scan Summary- Scan Type: Threat Scan Scan Initiated By: Manual Result: Completed Objects Scanned: 286670 Threats Detected: 3 Threats Quarantined: 0 Time Elapsed: 5 min, 44 sec
-Scan Options- Memory: Enabled Startup: Enabled Filesystem: Enabled Archives: Enabled Rootkits: Disabled Heuristics: Enabled PUP: Detect PUM: Detect
-Scan Details- Process: 1 Trojan.BitCoinMiner, C:\WINDOWS\WMU3\WLANEXT.EXE, No Action By User, [625], [675660],1.0.11068
Module: 1 Trojan.BitCoinMiner, C:\WINDOWS\WMU3\WLANEXT.EXE, No Action By User, [625], [675660],1.0.11068
Registry Key: 0 (No malicious items detected)
Registry Value: 0 (No malicious items detected)
Registry Data: 0 (No malicious items detected)
Data Stream: 0 (No malicious items detected)
Folder: 0 (No malicious items detected)
File: 1 Trojan.BitCoinMiner, C:\WINDOWS\WMU3\WLANEXT.EXE, No Action By User, [625], [675660],1.0.11068
Physical Sector: 0 (No malicious items detected)
WMI: 0 (No malicious items detected)
(end)
How should I proceed? Google says WLANEXT is from the system, should I nuke the installation?
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Unidentified (and very nasty) Bitcoin Miner Virus. Malwarebytes doesn't detect it even when the folder is targeted. It also seems to override my Windows security functions. Seems to spread via my Network. Not sure what to do.

I seem to have acquired a rather nasty Bitcoin miner (or I assume that's what it is). It seems to generate a random name and create a folder in Appdata/Low which I cannot access due to an access denied. It asks for administrator rights which when provided it still says access denied (these are my personal machines. I'm the only admin). I tried to take ownership via file security but I always get an access denied error and it says the current owner is unknown. It creates multiple threads using the same name as the folder it created which I cannot affect in any way. I can't kill them or restrict there priority level. I also cannot open the containing folder due to the aforementioned admin issue. It seems to constantly max out either 1 or 2 cores on and off. It drops down to no usage for 30 seconds to 2 minutes on a regular basis. I'm not sure what it's doing as I don't get a spike in network traffic. Based on how the performance hit affects my system I suspect these processes have given themselves above average priority. The virus seems to have spread to my Laptop and HTPC via my network since there isn't any download I've made that the 3 of them have in common. The processes have in common only that they identify themselves as "Windows Process Manager" in the description bar and that whenever the file name of the current process is googled it always seems to be listed on the page of a spam redirect webpage:
I suspect that web portal acts as some sort of homing device since every filename they've taken so far has been on that webpage. The hard part is I can't find out how to remove the virus because I don't know the name or strain of the virus due to it creating randomly named folders. MalwareBytes Anti Malware (which is supposedly the best at detecting Malware) never detects it even when I specifically tell it to scan the aforementioned folders. It doesn't seem to be using my GPU. Only my CPU. So far the process names i've seen are:
It's also always accompanied by a process that describes itself as "Printer Driver Host"
They are always 32-bit processes. Each instance of the main mining process seems to use between 20 and 100MB of RAM depending on the age of the process.
Do any of you recognize this behavior? If I can find out what virus I'm dealing with I can likely find instructions on its removal. I've never seen a virus that takes this degree of control over my systems.
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[PSA] If you use ARMA 3 launcher, uninstall it and run a malwarebytes scan - CONTAINS BITCOIN MINER

Malwarebytes just completed a scan and has found a bitcoin miner (runs under issch.exe) which hogs your computer resources for another person to profit from. I recommend uninstalling ARMA 3 launcher and remove any files it may have left behind. I don't know if it was added by the developers of ARMA 3 launcher, or somebody hacked their servers and included their bitcoin miner somehow. Proof from scan: https://puu.sh/qyd3l/17fc8a0b61.png
EDIT: Sorry for the false alarm, A3 launcher is indeed clean. I hope some people did manage to find something from a scan by coincidence and had it removed from their computer, nevertheless I don't think this harmed anyone. Again, sorry my mistake.
submitted by schokk-ya to pcmasterrace [link] [comments]

Unidentified (and very nasty) Bitcoin Miner Virus. Malwarebytes doesn't detect it even when the folder is targeted. It also seems to override my Windows security functions. Seems to spread via my Network. Not sure what to do.

I seem to have acquired a rather nasty Bitcoin miner (or I assume that's what it is). It seems to generate a random name and create a folder in Appdata/Low which I cannot access due to an access denied. It asks for administrator rights which when provided it still says access denied (these are my personal machines. I'm the only admin). I tried to take ownership via file security but I always get an access denied error and it says the current owner is unknown. It creates multiple threads using the same name as the folder it created which I cannot affect in any way. I can't kill them or restrict there priority level. I also cannot open the containing folder due to the aforementioned admin issue. It seems to constantly max out either 1 or 2 cores on and off. It drops down to no usage for 30 seconds to 2 minutes on a regular basis. I'm not sure what it's doing as I don't get a spike in network traffic. Based on how the performance hit affects my system I suspect these processes have given themselves above average priority. The virus seems to have spread to my Laptop and HTPC via my network since there isn't any download I've made that the 3 of them have in common. The processes have in common only that they identify themselves as "Windows Process Manager" in the description bar and that whenever the file name of the current process is googled it always seems to be listed on the page of a spam redirect webpage:
I suspect that web portal acts as some sort of homing device since every filename they've taken so far has been on that webpage. The hard part is I can't find out how to remove the virus because I don't know the name or strain of the virus due to it creating randomly named folders. MalwareBytes Anti Malware (which is supposedly the best at detecting Malware) never detects it even when I specifically tell it to scan the aforementioned folders. It doesn't seem to be using my GPU. Only my CPU. So far the process names i've seen are:
It's also always accompanied by a process that describes itself as "Printer Driver Host"
They are always 32-bit processes. Each instance of the main mining process seems to use between 20 and 100MB of RAM depending on the age of the process.
Do any of you recognize this behavior? If I can find out what virus I'm dealing with I can likely find instructions on its removal. I've never seen a virus that takes this degree of control over my systems.
submitted by The_Lone-Wanderer to antivirus [link] [comments]

[PSA] If you use ARMA 3 launcher, uninstall it and run a malwarebytes scan - CONTAINS BITCOIN MINER

Malwarebytes just completed a scan and has found a bitcoin miner (runs under issch.exe) which hogs your computer resources for another person to profit from. I recommend uninstalling ARMA 3 launcher and remove any files it may have left behind. I don't know if it was added by the developers of ARMA 3 launcher, or somebody hacked their servers and included their bitcoin miner somehow. Proof from scan: https://puu.sh/qyd3l/17fc8a0b61.png
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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Malwarebytes saved me from Andries "Scammer" the Frog's BitCoin miner /r/Ice_Poseidon

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Malwarebytes saved me from Andries submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: [PSA] If you use ARMA 3 launcher, uninstall it and run a malwarebytes scan - CONTAINS BITCOIN MINER /r/pcmasterrace

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: [PSA] If you use ARMA 3 launcher, uninstall it and run a malwarebytes scan - CONTAINS BITCOIN MINER /pcmasterrace submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Used Malwarebytes to remove bitcoin miner trojan, PC stuck at startup repair.

I noticed I was getting ridiculously high cpu usage when I was idle, caused by svchost.. I checked around for a bit and decided to run MBAM to see if it was a virus. Lo and behold it found a bitcoin miner trojan. I had it delete the infected files. Computer is now stuck at startup repair and has been going for about an hour and a half.
Using Windows 7 Ultimate, and I don't think it matters but I'm running a Z97X mobo, i7-4790k and a 550ti.
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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Malwarebytes detected a bitcoin miner in the Curse client. /r/feedthebeast

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Malwarebytes detected a bitcoin miner in the Curse client. /feedthebeast submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Possible Bitcoin Miner

Every time I let my pc idle for 15+ minutes I see increased cpu and mainly gpu usage. I have full scanned with Malwarebytes and Windows defender multiple times. The usage stops as soon as I move the mouse or push anything on the keyboard. I've let Process Hacker run while idling and I come across cmdc.exe being the cuplrit. I've tried deleting, terminating and extensively searching my drives for this. Every time I find and delete it, it comes back. My best guess is it's a bitcoin miner. It's getting on my last nerve. Has anyone else come across this? If so how did you get rid of it?
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What are the odds this sets my new PC on fire?

Okay so I'm building a new PC for work and gaming. I've never really worried about viruses much because my previous PCs were all garbage anyway and easily replaceable, but the one I'm building right now cost me everything I had. I opted for a 2080s with a Ryzen 5, 32G RAM, and a LOT of storage. Clearly, I don't want to screw this one up.
As far as piracy, I normally only download AAA games and editing software from sketchy websites. I've never been into the film piracy scene, since I'm a filmmaker myself.
Anyway, enough ratting myself out. What are the odds I get some bitcoin miner or a GPU killer intended to physically screw up my new PC beyond repair? Is it time for me to pull out of the piracy game? Is this too risky?
Edit: Thank you all for the advice! It sounds like I'm worrying too much and I'll be fine as long as I only download from piracy-approved sites and stick to a good A/V. I have Malwarebytes premium, so everything should be fine!
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What is svchost?

Lately my CPU usage has been through the roof. I can't use Discord when I play games because Discord lags so hard VC doesn't work, my browser is barely functioning if I like run Minecraft, I think I have a bitcoin miner and I looked at task manager and saw svchost taking up like 25 CPU. Its in system32 so I didn't know if it was a legit file for my computer and happened to take up CPU or it was a bitcoin miner. Its also marked as LOCAL SERVER. I'm scared to delete it because I'm afraid it'll brick my computer. Plus theres this other process that is a system type with no file location called System Idle Process that takes up like 70 CPU, I ran malwarebytes but it didn't change either of these processes, what should I do?
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CPU usage on 3/12 threads is 100% until I open Task Manager

I used Throttlestop to monitor my CPU and found that 3 threads were always being used 100% even in idle but the usage would go to normal again as soon as I opened Task Manager.
(Before)This is what it is all the time: https://i.imgur.com/xXqt3HN.jpg
(After)This is what happens when I open task manager: https://i.imgur.com/0xPzNKj.jpg
I have an Acer predator helios 300(PH315-51) with Windows10(1909).
I have already tried scanning with Malwarebytes and it shows no viruses or bitcoin miners. I have also used TDSSkiller as well as MBAR(Malwarebytes anti-rootkit) and both showed no problems. Yet the issue still persists causing high temperatures even when idle.
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2 thread background usage even when doing nothing

Hello,
I picked up something strange on my pc. Sometimes, I can see something in the background using 2 (25% cpu usage) threads of my computer. Where it becomes fishy is when I open task manager to see what process could use my cpu the usage instantly goes back to 0%. It seemed to happen regularly/predictably at first but for now it doesn't happen anymore.
EDIT: i just have to wait between 30 min and 1h to start.

What I've done when I saw the problem:
- Given the suspicious behavior I scanned my pc with malwarebyte, adw cleaner, and other spyware/antivirus programs. They picked up nothing.
- I tried to use the performance monitor from windows to access info on what processes are running while the cpu usage was acting up, but the cpu usage goes away just like with task manager.
- I verified also gpu usage (bitcoin miner??) at the same time and everything is ok.

I don't know what to do next. I tried using the windows performance monitor to generate logs/data that ca be useful but nothing can log active processes at a given time as far as I can tell.
I think I saw a process with high cpu usage for a split second when i opened task manager one or two times. I'll try a video capture next time to get the name.

Any idea on how to know what's going on?
submitted by Xx_poton_xX to pcmasterrace [link] [comments]

Is this a bitcoin miner?

My Malwarebytes telling me its a bitcoin miner, is it a false positive?
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Synapse Is a Bitcoin miner?

When i decided to scan w/malwarebytes it detected synapse.exe as a bitcoin miner. Is this okay?
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ProxyGate

ProxyGate
Hello reddit, I was playing games yesterday, when I realised my cpu and memory usage was extremely high. I was looking through task manager, and saw a substantial amount was due PG COMPONENT 32. I did some research and apparently, it ties into something called cloud.exe. Most sites are telling me that its a virus, and I want to remove it. I have attached the folder of said Cloud.exe (part of PROXYGATE), and was about to delete it. However, I am not sure what to do. Alarmingly, malwarebytes reported some sort of bitcoin miner, along with the cloud. Please help me finding a solution and also tell me about a good (and free) AV, I can use to protect myself in the future
Edit: I would like to post an update here. I downloaded MalwareBytes, and tried to delete the files this time. Not only that, it detected 100s of malware, bitcoin miners etc on my system. I removed them all, and my computer has never been faster; my cpu usage, ram have gone down by more that 80%. Thank you guys for the help and advice.
https://preview.redd.it/7n307ek01tz41.png?width=1656&format=png&auto=webp&s=56915091e1cc74a10783a5af466be75f80696120
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NIXWARE IS A VIRUS(dw you should be fine.)

Sup bois, this is not a false positive. Windows defender and MalwareBytes both ran positive on Z.OTC.dll.(nixware.) I did some digging, Trojan:Win32/Wacatac.C!ml,(not a false positive.)This virus goes as many names a common one being Trojan:Win32/Injector.5e86732c. A quick search on the internet proves this is a virus, dont believe me? A random connection appeared on my computer, i checked it out. Its from some where in Russia with a quick IP check. I checked task manager too see a 40% cpu reduction from some random bunch of numbers.The virus duplicated its self into some core files, and always ran on something so you cant delete it easily. Of course this took 3ish days for it too appear, although i know it is from good ol nixware. My injector is not a virus(process hacker 2.) SOO it is a bitcoin miner, rat, and a trojan/malware. Ill do some more updates if if it gets worse, right now im just letting it go. (quick oll edit, its taking a lo of diskspace too)
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why is my GPU Running on its own without any process behind?

Hello! I have a laptop Acer Aspire A515-51G model with 8Gigs of ddr4 RAM and 1TB internal storage running Windows 10. I recently started facing issues with my laptop as it started to overheat while I played games on my MX150 (2Gigs) GPU, It definitely gets hot while I play games but the problem is its temperature is constantly high even while browsing the internet or watching a movie. It never happened before and I have a very good ventilated space around my laptop for the air circulation. I even use a laptop stand for the airflow.
I have one more important thing I noticed that is there is no process that is consuming the GPU but the fan is always spinning (the speed keeps fluctuating) & Is there a necessary that fan always spins? Or it is dependent on the usage of GPU?
I checked a few forums and analyzed the problem, I thought maybe a bitcoin miner is present but after the Malwarebytes scan I did not find any. I deleted some third party apps I have, disconnected the internet assuming the miner is running but the fan kept spinning.
I use a dual monitor and even when the laptop is booted without the HDMI connected it stills is running.
any help is appreciated and thank you!
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Fitgirl Assassins Creed Origins install bitcoin miner causing high cpu usage when Task Manager is not running

Fitgirl Assassins Creed Origins install bitcoin miner causing high cpu usage when Task Manager is not running
Hello,I downloaded Assasins creed origins today from this site: fitgirl-repacks dot site And something feels odd when I exit the game, my CPU is running at roughly 60%, and as soon as I open task manager it would go back to normal. I ran malwarebytes and it found 2 suspicious items and removed them, but the problem continue, so I started to investigate manually. So I start up Performance Monitor and check which process would shoot up as soon as I close Task Manager. This is what I found. SoundModule. I open up Task Manager, and found 2 running process of this, I open their location and found them at AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\SoundModule.
I quickly look these up, they do not belong to microsoft and won't trigger any antivirus or malwarebytes, I killed those process and deleted them which solved the problem for me. Hopefully this post will help someone in the future.
For more details regarding this "SoundModule" https://www.anti-malware.name/removal-guide/remove-soundmodule-exe/
I started the game again after that and the "soundmodule" executable or process did not get recreated.
If you pirate a game, make sure you check on your CPU usage to see if there is an suspicious thing going on. In my case, I only realized that something is running on my cpu due to CoreTemp, because I would see the temperature be at 60 to 70 degree Celsius, while my normal idle temp is usually only at 40 to 60, and as soon as I start Task manager, the temperature did drop back to 40ish.
https://preview.redd.it/p0tdcjf4vpm41.png?width=1576&format=png&auto=webp&s=f20dfabcc39a685e86e66ee4a9fc33604396de4d
I have ran the script to verify bins a few times before installing cause it didnt seem to do anything to me. Installed the game and had the cpu issue.
P.S. If you don't trust me, that is fine. This post is not for you. I am not here to convince you or trash fitgirl. We are all pirates here, we are all stealing in someway. This post is mainly for someone else that may have this problem in the future.
If anyone have similar issue, and don't know how to find the bitcoin miner in their pc, do not be shy to private message me, I am happy to help. It is very easy for developers to scan for running process and stop work while a given process is opened, thus the miners process will continue to evolve to hide under more and more programs, so it will become very difficult at some point.
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Overheating laptop, I've considered reapplying new thermal paste, need opinions

First time considering this kind of thing, I have a ge62vr (owned for 4 years) and I noticed in the last few weeks that my laptop has been soaring in temps whenever I run twitch, youtube, or surf the internet in general.
As you can see from CPUID, that my max temps were when I was running just 1 youtube video. My current temp is from me running on turboboosted fans for about an hour while typing out this post with no youtube or twitch running https://i.imgur.com/YKvMEdN.png
I have it hooked up to a ASUS 248qe and I extend the laptop monitor as well. So 2 monitors running.
Things I have tried:
-Reenabling GPU acceleration on chrome, thought it fixed the issue because my laptop was running fine after that but started to recently become hot again.
-heavily reducing my chrome usage, seems to only work sometimes. If I start clicking on a youtube/twitch tab, temps will start to rise rapidly again.
-checked for dust, didn't see any clogging up my laptop,
-checked if my fans were working, they both are
-did a malwarebytes virus scan in case I had any fancy bitcoin miners that hide themselves whenever I open task manager, TBH not sure if I did this thoroughly, apparently you need to monitor incoming and outgoing connections to see if your computer is sending information somewhere strange. Which I haven't done.
-uninstalled bloatware, heavily cutdown on the amount of startup apps that run on boot.
-disabling my extended monitor. no difference. Doesn't matter anyway, I've run perfectly cool before while surfing the internet using both monitors.
-all my drivers are updated
-checked for corrupted windows files, no issues
-checked chrome's task manager to see what's killing my cpu/gpu, which is nothing, my gpu and cpu utilization is low and usually stays low about 85% of the time (20% utilization more or less) I'm using it. I've manually frozen tabs I don't use that are heavy (relatively speaking) in resources. Still randomly get elevated temps doing nothing.
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Other things I should mention is that I used to have a cooling pad but it recently died, I'm thinking the issue could be that I'm simply in a hot room (78 degrees), weather will be cooling down for the coming week so I'll see if that changes anything. But it doesn't explain why sometimes I'm able to run my laptop cool while watching twitch, listening to music on youtube, while using blender and only be in the high 60s- mid 70s while in a 78 deg room.
Another thing is that I bought a wireless Sennheiser headset a while back which initially didn't cause any problems. But in the recent weeks has started predictably disconnecting 5 minutes after usage and reconnecting on its own. I ran into some odd driver issues with it where it would freeze my laptop for 15 minutes if I tried to access the device in the audio properties panel. And since I got it, booting up my laptop takes 10-15mins rather than instantly like it used to.
What's throwing me off is that sometimes I can use my laptop in its full capacity, (chrome, twitch, youtube, blender, dual monitors, etc) and be fine in temps, and sometimes even doing nothing will run up my laptop to 80c+ and stay there even when I run the turbo boost fan option. It's almost like there's malware running in the background that I can't detect and chooses to run during random times in the day.
Not really sure where I should go from here, I'm thinking about reapplying thermal paste. A lot of people online have said they've had massive success with using liquid metal but I know that it's very risky, that you have to reapply it a year after because of some scientific mumbo jumbo about metals bonding, and could not be a good solution for me considering I plan to buy a PC in about a year. I feel like selling an older laptop that will have to have its thermal paste reapplied could make it harder to sell. Are there any suggestions for non-liquid metal pastes that can achieve pretty good cooling results that I won't have to reapply after a year? Doesn't have to be -20c across the board, but it'd be nice if watching twitch or youtube didn't rachet my laptop up to 90c+
Or do you guys feel this is an issue entirely separate from thermal paste?
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How to diagnose and remove a bitcoin miner trojan Bitcoin miner system 2020 Real Working atNWs5LYN0M Unedited: BitCoin mining Virus/Malware found, explained. Best Bitcoin Miner in 2020 How to Remove BitcoinMiner Malware from Your PC

When Trojan.BitcoinMiner is detected with a scan of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware your computer is infected with a Trojan horse. Once the Trojan.BitcoinMiner infected the target PC, it will use various ways to protect itself from being removed. This malware is designed by cybercriminals to use the GPU and CPU power to mine bitcoins on the infected system without your knowledge. This detection warns you that a bitcoin miner is active on your system, but it has no way of checking whether it is working for you or for someone else. That is why these bitcoin miners are detected as riskware. Riskware, in general, is a detection for items that are not strictly malicious, but pose some sort of risk for the user in another way. Trojan.BitCoinMiner is Malwarebytes’ generic detection name for crypto-currency miners that run on the affected machine without the users’ consent. Symptoms Crypto-currency miners use a lot of resources to optimize the earning of crypto-coins, so users may experience slow computers. A Trojan.BitCoinMiner is a computer infection that silently runs on your computer while using your CPU or GPU resources to mine for digital currencies. As the value of cryptocurrencies, such as Hey, yesterday I scanned my laptop with Malwarebytes and got some issues about Bitcoin miner files in my Files.So it asked me to restart my laptop to remove those files, so I pressed it immediately. While restarting it got stuck on restarting screen and froze for more than 20 minutes, so I made a hard restart.

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