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- September 13, 2016 at 12:33 am #642Vandal_kidGuest
Since yesterday, I noticed that logger.js keeps on downloading every now and then on my computer. Then, windows will pop-up stating, “the publisher of logger.js cannot be verified”.
Is this something I need to be worried about? Is logger.js a computer virus or is it part of an infection that is presently affecting my computer?
I have run local virus scan using MS Security Essential but it did not detect any infection neither found any malicious objects from my computer.
Please help me remove logger.js and stop its downloading activities.
ThanksSeptember 13, 2016 at 12:36 am #644MFixerGuest
Seems like your PC is infected with some kind of virus that steals data. There is not much discussion about this but you may try scanning the computer to remove any types of malware that is causing this trouble.
Self Help Guide to Stop Logger.js
For easy and free removal of Logger.js, we suggest that you carry out the following instructions. We will use only free and effective malware removal tools on this procedure.
1. Download the following Logger.js removal tools
Once downloaded, install the programs using default configuration. No need to change on the current settings. Updating may be necessary after the installation.
2. Reboot computer in safe mode
Rebooting the computer in Windows Safe Mode reduces the effectiveness of Logger.js and other malware. Most malware and virus do not function fully while in Safe Mode. You may also scan the PC on normal boot-up; hence, we may not guarantee the efficiency of virus removal.
3. Scan with Malwarebytes Anti-malware
– Open Malwarebytes Anti-malware
– On the main window, click on Scan tab
– Make sure that Threat Scan (Recommended) is selected
– Click on Start Scan button to start finding Logger.js and other malicious programs
– After the scan, select all identified threats and click on Remove Selected button
– If it prompts you that computer needs to be restarted, please select No
– Close Malwarebytes Anti-malware program
4. Run another scan using AdwCleaner
– Open AdwCleaner.
– Once opened, click on Scan button to search for malicious applications including Logger.js.
– To remove Logger.js including all detected adware and malware, click on the Clean button.
– AdwCleaner will prompt you to close any running application as it will need to restart the computer.
– Click OK to restart the computer.
After restarting the computer, you may run additional virus scanner if anti-virus is installed.