Hello! A couple of days ago I unfortunately got infected by the Microsoft Security Suite malware. It was completely blocking my Internet capabilities and even preventing many of my programs from working (including antivirus), and of course there were all the annoying pop-ups. In Safe Mode Networking, I was able to install Malwarebytes and run it, and after running a complete scan of my system, it solved MOST of the problem. My non-Web-based Internet software is working again (like Skype and POP3), and the pop-ups have disappeared - everything else seems normal. But whenever I open any of my browsers I get an error message that says that says "The proxy server is refusing connections." Then I tried running my usual antivirus (Microsoft Security Essentials) and it did find one file that Malwarebytes seemed to have missed, but when it tried to remove it I got an error saying that it couldn't be removed. Now the file itself seems to have vanished (although in my MSE log it says it was cleaned - not sure how that was possible given the error message). And still, my browers won't work. My question is, is there still a trace of the malware on my system and if so, how do I remove it? Or is this all just the result of some sort of damage that my programs sustained when the malware was present?