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i went to the wrong site to download gimp (gimpsoft.com, i think).. it put some junk (PC Speed Fix/24x7 Help malware) in the system which was trying to overtake. (in the name of gimp, they gave a malware file, basically, which i was fooled into).

so i went in safe mode and restored it to a point before i went to the above site.

when i booted the computer, i dont see the 24x7 windows popping up anymore.. but i in FF, i see the page for keybar  

so i ran malware bytes, but it did not find anything.. so i ran combofix and also adwcleaner  .. do you see any reference to any malware removed or concerns? do you think the system is OK and past the concern of whatever 24x7 might have put in?
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attached is the keybar screen and also the log from comboxfix and adwcleaner..

should i run the 'delete' on adwcleaner? or dont need to now? is there any downside to running the delete on adwcleaner, if i just want to be sure, it get anymalware if any left?
adwcleaner.png
keybar.png
AdwCleaner-R1-.txt
ComboFix.txt
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Can't see any attachments.
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i ran TDSS, too.. please see attached log for that, too, please.
TDSSKiller.2.8.16.0-02.06.2013-1.txt
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Yes. Delete what adwcleaner asks to delete.

Also did you try system restore to an earlier date?  It's a good way to fix problems. After doing the restore, scan with MBAM and ad-cleaner, just to be sure.
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thank you- i ran DELETE on ADW, and attached is the log.. i see it removed some folders.. do you recommend anymore?
AdwCleaner-S1-.txt
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Your PC is clean of ad wares now.

Just to be sure do a quick scan with MBAM.  If it comes clean, no worries; enjoy using your PC.
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You may want to check you homepage in each of your browsers that's probably what is coming up.

Also I like hitman pro as one last check.
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Thomas Zucker-Scharff earned 400 total points
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try  running  spydllremover  and spy bhoremover.  these should make sure.
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yes- thanks a lot!
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