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  1. Infected with wonderlandads popup

    The modem is a router. Just like your model says "Modem Router TPlink" if you reset your modem then you can try the following: FLUSH your DNS settings on every device that you are using. You can use these steps: https://www.whatsmydns.net/flush-dns.html
  2. Infected with wonderlandads popup

    Have you any idea which sites or ads might have caused a worm? (Worm is a network virus). It shouldn't be a problem with ISP. Probably VPN just overrides your ISP and DNS settings, which is why the pop-up can't redirect or show ads like it wants to.
  3. Download Kaspersky via facebook??

    In theory, you could try the removal and most of the steps posted by richbuff in Windows "Safe mode". See if that helps you in any way. But it is weird, that after that many steps you still could not get KP working. Are you sure you are installing the right extension?
  4. Updated version here, Windows 10, no detections. Not sure about how Windows XP is interacting with Kaspersky. I'll second harlan4096's question on the version, which one produced such information.
  5. Is Kaspersky Cleaner a Trojan?

    No offense to your friend but is he a certified IT expert or Cyber Security expert in any shape or form? We can all read information and convince ourselves that we are right. In any case, It seems like you could be dealing with some form of malware. At the top of "Virus-related issues" there is a second topic, in which you can find Logs. Could do the required scans and place the logs here?
  6. Browser wingdings issue.

    2, nearly 3 years for anti-virus is a very long time, just like for everything related to IT. Did you notice any changes or something that could lead you to have theses issues?
  7. Ransom.Reyptson detection and suggestion?

    Have you tried Kaspersky's twitter support or any form of direct support like email if they have one?
  8. Is Kaspersky Cleaner a Trojan?

    Firstly, no. Kaspersky Cleaner in no way shape or form is a Trojan, at least not that I am aware of. If it was an issue with a trojan or some form of malware, it most likely came from a different source. Also, is that "techie" competent enough? Maybe it was his mistake? What were the problems with Chrome?
  9. kaspersky server hit by ransomeware

    I am sure you will. The key is tied to your account, no reason why you shouldn't be able to reuse it. A backup server???? Is anyone interacting with the server? Make sure you update your server software to the latest and have equally if not better security. Backups are just as important.
  10. The false positives will consistently happen as he is compiling his program after changes. Any anti-virus will flag that regardless.
  11. adware Google Chrome autofill

    Hopefully, Kaspersky moderators will not linch me for attempting to help the person. Before you try anything, post the AVZ logs of your issues (Second topic of the forum). 1. Restart your PC in “Safe mode with networking.” 2. Check your browser for any add-ons or extensions you do not recognize and remove them. 3. Check your installed programs and see if there isn't anything suspicious that was installed lately (If there is, simply remove them). 4. Install any popular antivirus and do a quick scan (Majority of the providers do have free versions of their software). Or just use Windows Defender. It works really well in most cases. 5. Restart your PC and do an additional scan to confirm malware removal. Let me know if this helps.
  12. Virus on my USB

    You could try Nuke and Pave (DBAN software). Will allow completely rewrite your flash drive with 0's. Additionally, you could try an app called Sandboxie, to sandbox your USB and see if any anti-malware or FD cleanup tools help you with the situation. Not sure about other alternatives.
  13. showads.js & ads.pubmatic.com

    I trust Rich's ability in logs so I second his opinion on this. And yeah, ad blockers are a great source to prevent ad-spread malware. And a much better browsing experience. Until we get laws on user-friendly ads, there is nothing much else we can do but to endure and play around websites.
  14. False detection of phishing attack

    Are you certain that the embedded script was not modified or hijacked in any way? If it is only one of your customers? Do you have multiple reports from different platforms and approaches? I think makings assumptions from one client is rather unprofessional.
  15. kaspersky server hit by ransomeware

    For starters, the name of ransomware would be good and a file sample. Afterward, try to find out how did ransomware get on your servers. Some files? Other admins? Are other users accessing the server? Security flaws? Downloads? Malicious updates? By the way, I am glad you managed to recover your servers.