I got this absolutely *fantastic* little virus from Photobucket the other day and it pretty much knocked my system out of commission. My system is used for business and video editing and I am currently unable to perform my duties at work without the system in a working order. Like other users I've seen, I have similar problems and I've been looking through the advice and I've copied some of it that applied to my system but it looks like different stuff happens to different computers. When I use the Alt-Tab function I can see many copies of Mozilla Firefox without icons running, but I can do nothing to get rid of them save for ending the process. I no longer have any System Restore points. I do not know where they went, I guess they purged on January 1st. Whoever thought that was a good idea needs to be punched in the throat. Hard. Regardless, I have run Malware Bytes in Safe Mode and again in regular mode, both without Internet connection, and it looked like it was clean, but I still get these damn pop ups every 10 or so minutes. I have the Hijack This log, but I didn't know I was supposed to save the Malware Bytes log at the time, since it was before I had found these forums. Below is the HJT log. Any help would be beyond appreciated. - Channel F edit: I suppose I should mention that I have scanned this computer with AVG Free 8.0, Malware Bytes, and Ad-Aware SE. It came up clean about an hour ago, but I guess it missed something because I am still getting pop ups. All 3 programs are completely up to date. I am also currently getting logs from the other 2 programs in the 8-Step Thread. I have HJT posted right now just as a preliminary if anyone wants to glance at it. I am "semi" computer savvy so having to do some manual "search and destroying" in Safe Mode and such is not a problem, I just need some instructions and direction that's all - and I'll be ready to quote some Duke Nukem while pressing the Delete key. Log information: hijackthis.log - Standard HJT log. SUPERANtiSpyware...20-50-54.log - Standard SAS log. mbam...15-23-11.txt - MBAM running in Safe Mode prior to all other scans. (See later post for the "11 hours" explanation.) mbam...17-55-51.txt - MBAM after the reboot from 15-23-11.