Can anyone help me permanently remove the Trojan horse disguised as svchost.exe from a Windows 7 computer? I started out having the FBI Moneypak Ransomware virus on the PC. So after doing some research, I downloaded Malwarebytes Anti-Malware software in order to clean the PC of this troublesome ransomware. Well, after cleaning up (I think!) the ransomware, now I can't get rid of a Trojan horse that looks like svchost.exe. I've been continuing to use Malwarebytes to do full scans of the PC and remove the svchost.exe Trojan files (and any related files). But everytime I restart the PC, the svchost.exe Trojan is back again. It doesn't seem to matter how many times I run Malwarebytes, or whether I'm in Safe Mode or Safe Mode with Networking. This svchost.exe Trojan will not be removed. I haven't tried other anti-virus tools yet, but I have tried to search for and manually delete specific infected files (to no avail). I'm not familiar with creating the various logs that I've seen in other uses post, but I do have several logs from Malwarebytes that I can copy and paste to this forum, if it would help resolve this issue. I've been working to resolve this problem for several days now, so I have logs from multiple days. Please let me know if you will only need the most recent logs from today, or if you need logs from the past as well that may include info from the FBI Moneypak ransomware. Thanks in advance for any assistance you can provide!