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VeriCoin

The home for the most innovative cryptocurrency, VeriCoin and Verium VeriCoin: Proof-of-Stake-Time Protocol. PoST Verified. Verium: Proof-of-Work-Time Protocol. PoWT Verified. CPU Mine-able (GPU and ASIC Resistant)
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QuarkCoin Cryptocurrency

Quark is a decentralized digital monetary system. It facilitates sending Quarks to Friends, Family Members Online Payments free of charges and charge-backs. Military Grade Encryption. No Bank or Government Control. Quark coins are based on the original idea of Bitcoin but improved, more secure, faster transaction times and zero fees. With improvements to design and security. There is also a greater coin supply with higher block rewards for miners. Quark is fully Open Source.
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BiblePay (BBP)

BiblePay (BBP) is a Charity Christian Cryptocurrency that donates 10% of coins to Charity every month, sponsoring orphans
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Malwerebytes blocks notepad.exe from connecting to many IPs (Bitcoin Miner)

Hello, I have this bitcoin mining virus that may be disguising as dllHost.exe and opening notepad.exe to connect to pool-fr.supportxmr.com (that site is just a text saying "Mining Pool Online") and many french IPs. This virus is not that bad, by that I mean that I can just open Process Explorer and just kill the dllHost.exe -> notepad.exe tree and the issue is solved, but obviously its not good to keep a trojan on your pc even if you can manually contain it. I have done some research and many people have this processes called dllHost.exe*32 that use 100% of the CPU and RAM, but mine doesn't thanks to Malwerebytes blocking it. Process Explorer can't see the directory of the bitcoin miner because the acces is denied. I also have done some system scans but nothing really seems to pop up. Later I will do a full system scan (with rootkit scanning enabled) and hopefully it detects it. If not, any help would be brilliant.
submitted by XxF1RExX to pcmasterrace [link] [comments]

LPT: If you run Windows, check your task manager for "WDF.exe". If you see it, it's a virus, using your CPU as a bitcoin miner. It's surprisingly common on people's computers and most people who have it never realize, they just think their computer got slower.

submitted by 2SP00KY4ME to LifeProTips [link] [comments]

Virus files, bitcoin miners in executable of beamng.exe

Virus files, bitcoin miners in executable of beamng.exe submitted by DaRealestKilla to u/DaRealestKilla [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mining help Ufasoft and Mtred

I dowloaded ufasoft cpu miner I have a account on mtred I have a wallet On the mtred configure site the provide the following string
bitcoin-miner.exe -a 60 -t # -o http://mtred.com:8337/ -u USERNAME -p RPC_PASSWORD
I have a username and password, I just don't know where to input this string on Ufasoft to get it to work with my mtred account.
HELP! I have an AMD E-350 prosseser 160 Ghz. I want to be able to mine at night while I sleep.
submitted by Orange_Uncle_Monkey to BitcoinMining [link] [comments]

Error 80190193

Trying to get this bitcoin thing going...
\guiminer\miners\ufasoft\bitcoin-miner.exe -u myusername -p RPC_mypassword -o http://mtred.com:8337 -a 60 -t 4
Listener for "cpu" started
Listener for "cpu": bitcoin-miner 0.13 Copyright (c) 2011 Ufasoft http://ufasoft.com/open/bitcoin
Listener for "cpu": Mining for http://mtred.com:8337
Listener for "cpu": 4 threads Using SSE2
Listener for "cpu": Error 80190193
Any ideas?
Edit: Thanks for the responses guys. I guess I was looking to test the waters more than anything but for now I will hold off.
submitted by Jizzard to mtred [link] [comments]

Keep Your Eyes Out For Bitcoin Miners | Windows (R) Contacts Import Tool [wabmig.exe]

Even though this is a specific case, hopefully it serves nonetheless as a reminder for those of you who sail the high seas. Check your GPU and CPU usage for any strange activity (Bitcoin miners), as sometimes scans from Windows Defender and even Malwarebytes can miss them.
Noticed your games and PC in general performing slowly lately? For me, it was a decrease in frames and stuttering exactly every second, for my friend it decreased her performance significantly and put her GPU usage up to 90% constantly.
It appeared as a process in Task Manager using 30% of my CPU: Microsoft (R) Contacts Import Tool. Upon killing it our GPU usage went down to idle and as did our CPU usage. Upon further investigation I found it as a file (wabmig.exe) in a folder called Windows Mail. Now here's the weird thing, it was in my Riot Games folder in AppData, right alongside League of Legends. The removal is fairly simple: kill the process and delete the folder (empty your recycle bin too!).
Now of course this just screams Bitcoin miner, so I scanned it with Malwarebytes and Defender... nothing. However, scanning it with VirusTotal revealed this. Here you can see an analysis of the entire Windows Mail folder we found. We had been installing things from the high seas, so to speak, so it most certainly came from that. I couldn't pinpoint which installer contained the miner but they were all fairly popular things. If you're flying the black flag, keep an eye on your usages.
I understand this might be a strange place to post something like this, and no, I'm not going to sit here and say "oh I didn't do anything dangerous" etc., however I've had a lot of experience at sea and yet I still got caught out. I think it's important for everyone to remember that Bitcoin miners can happen to even the more secure of us.
tl;dr - If your games have become sluggish out of nowhere, you could have a Bitcoin miner. Be safe when sailing the seven seas.
Edit: If anyone wants to disect the folder, PM me for a link to it. Just be careful obviously.
Edit 2: As a few people have suggested, Process Explorer is a great way to check your CPU and GPU usage.
submitted by TheXRTD to pcgaming [link] [comments]

If you run Windows, check your task manager for "WDF.exe". If you see it, it's a virus, using your CPU as a bitcoin miner. It's surprisingly common on people's computers and most people who have it never realize, they just think their computer got slower, Karen.

https://www.reddit.com/LifeProTips/comments/dgbwhh/lpt_if_you_run_windows_check_your_task_manage
submitted by LPTsForKaren to LPTforKaren [link] [comments]

[LifeProTips] LPT: If you run Windows, check your task manager for "WDF.exe". If you see it, it's a virus, using your CPU as a bitcoin miner. It's surprisingly common on people's computers and most people who have it never realize, they just think their computer got slower.

submitted by Know_Your_Shit_v2 to knowyourshit [link] [comments]

If you run Windows, check your task manager for "WDF.exe". If you see it, it's a virus, using your CPU as a bitcoin miner. It's surprisingly common on people's computers and most people who have it never realize, they just think their computer got slower, honey.

https://www.reddit.com/LifeProTips/comments/dgbwhh/lpt_if_you_run_windows_check_your_task_manage
submitted by LPThoney to LPTHoney [link] [comments]

LPT: If you run Windows, check your task manager for "WDF.exe". If you see it, it's a virus, using your CPU as a bitcoin miner. It's surprisingly common on people's computers and most people who have it never realize, they just think their computer got slower.

submitted by WingedAce1965 to u/WingedAce1965 [link] [comments]

Silent bitcoin miner Builder exe for laptop cpu or bots

Silent bitcoin miner Builder exe for laptop cpu or bots submitted by Rufflenator to 3bitcoins [link] [comments]

Silent bitcoin miner Builder exe for laptop cpu or bots

Silent bitcoin miner Builder exe for laptop cpu or bots submitted by ososru to Bitcoin4free [link] [comments]

Launcher_08.exe Trojan Bitcoin Miner

Hello, this past week I've been getting this quarantined and deleted yet it comes back, it says it's in appdata% roaming% and my CPU temp has been going up . What is causing it to return over and over? Thank you.
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Keep Your Eyes Out For Bitcoin Miners | Windows (R) Contacts Import Tool [wabmig.exe] (x-post r/pcgaming)

Even though this is a specific case, hopefully it serves nonetheless as a reminder for those of you who sail the high seas. Check your GPU and CPU usage for any strange activity (Bitcoin miners), as sometimes scans from Windows Defender and even Malwarebytes can miss them.
Noticed your games and PC in general performing slowly lately? For me, it was a decrease in frames and stuttering exactly every second, for my friend it decreased her performance significantly and put her GPU usage up to 90% constantly.
It appeared as a process in Task Manager using 30% of my CPU: Microsoft (R) Contacts Import Tool. Upon killing it our GPU usage went down to idle and as did our CPU usage. Upon further investigation I found it as a file (wabmig.exe) in a folder called Windows Mail. Now here's the weird thing, it was in my Riot Games folder in AppData, right alongside League of Legends. The removal is fairly simple: kill the process and delete the folder (empty your recycle bin too!).
Now of course this just screams Bitcoin miner, so I scanned it with Malwarebytes and Defender... nothing. However, scanning it with VirusTotal revealed this. Here you can see an analysis of the entire Windows Mail folder we found. We had been installing things from the high seas, so to speak, so it most certainly came from that. I couldn't pinpoint which installer contained the miner but they were all fairly popular things. If you're flying the black flag, keep an eye on your usages.
I understand this might be a strange place to post something like this, and no, I'm not going to sit here and say "oh I didn't do anything dangerous" etc., however I've had a lot of experience at sea and yet I still got caught out. I think it's important for everyone to remember that Bitcoin miners can happen to even the more secure of us.
tl;dr - If your games have become sluggish out of nowhere, you could have a Bitcoin miner. Be safe when sailing the seven seas.
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Mint.exe and secret bitcoin miner

Hey. So today my ESET showed me that apparently there has been a bitcoin miner in my PC for about 2 years, the folder had crazy name, and the .exe was mint.exe. The thing is that my PC wasnt slow, or resources being drained like crazy, no everything was as if there was nothing wrong. So i deleted it via ESET, but now every few seconds something keeps opening Windows Command Prompt saying: "Windows cannot find "mint.exe". Make sure you have typed the name correctly, then try again."
I have tried scanning via MalwareBytes, SuperAntiSpyware, but neither fixed the issue.
Help would be really appreciated.
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Mint.exe and secret bitcoin miner

Hey. So today my ESET showed me that apparently there has been a bitcoin miner in my PC for about 2 years, the folder had crazy name, and the .exe was mint.exe. The thing is that my PC wasnt slow, or resources being drained like crazy, no everything was as if there was nothing wrong. So i deleted it via ESET, but now every few seconds something keeps opening Windows Command Prompt saying: "Windows cannot find "mint.exe". Make sure you have typed the name correctly, then try again."
I have tried scanning via MalwareBytes, SuperAntiSpyware, but neither fixed the issue.
Help would be really appreciated.
submitted by bony7x to Windows10 [link] [comments]

possible bitcoin miner syswin32.exe, need help with removal

specs: windows 10 latest edition, i5 6600k, gtx 770, 8gb ddr4 ram, 1tb toshiba sshd
So my little cousin was using my computer and downloaded some emulators via youtube and ever since whenever my pc goes idle my gpu usage increases and fan speed increases. The file behind this seems to be syswin32.exe which shows up in my user folder along with some other .dll files. Even after deleting all these files, they show up again after another idle session.
I've ran malware bytes hitmanpro and they still haven't been able to get rid of the miner.
any help is greatly appreciated!
submitted by Coldchilln to techsupport [link] [comments]

Keep Your Eyes Out For Bitcoin Miners | Windows (R) Contacts Import Tool [wabmig.exe] (x-post r/pcgaming)

Even though this is a specific case, hopefully it serves nonetheless as a reminder for those of you who sail the high seas. Check your GPU and CPU usage for any strange activity (Bitcoin miners), as sometimes scans from Windows Defender and even Malwarebytes can miss them.
Noticed your games and PC in general performing slowly lately? For me, it was a decrease in frames and stuttering exactly every second, for my friend it decreased her performance significantly and put her GPU usage up to 90% constantly.
It appeared as a process in Task Manager using 30% of my CPU: Microsoft (R) Contacts Import Tool. Upon killing it our GPU usage went down to idle and as did our CPU usage. Upon further investigation I found it as a file (wabmig.exe) in a folder called Windows Mail. Now here's the weird thing, it was in my Riot Games folder in AppData, right alongside League of Legends. The removal is fairly simple: kill the process and delete the folder (empty your recycle bin too!).
Now of course this just screams Bitcoin miner, so I scanned it with Malwarebytes and Defender... nothing. However, scanning it with VirusTotal revealed this. Here you can see an analysis of the entire Windows Mail folder we found. We had been installing things from the high seas, so to speak, so it most certainly came from that. I couldn't pinpoint which installer contained the miner but they were all fairly popular things. If you're flying the black flag, keep an eye on your usages.
I understand this might be a strange place to post something like this, and no, I'm not going to sit here and say "oh I didn't do anything dangerous" etc., however I've had a lot of experience at sea and yet I still got caught out. I think it's important for everyone to remember that Bitcoin miners can happen to even the more secure of us.
tl;dr - If your games have become sluggish out of nowhere, you could have a Bitcoin miner. Be safe when sailing the seven seas.
submitted by TheXRTD to pcgamingtechsupport [link] [comments]

Removed bitcoin miner malware .exe but windows keeps trying o reopen it

Hi guys, I have just deleted a bitcoin miner malware from my computer using malwarebytes. After that I removed the malwarebytes app from my computer. The thing is that I was hearing that sound when you stick out a flash drive from your computer. After checking the windows events, it seems like my windows is trying to reopen the malware without success, since I removed the .exe. How do I stop windows from trying to reopen the malware .exe?
submitted by cipa99 to techsupport [link] [comments]

Persistent bitcoin miner (svchost.exe)

Howdy folks. Running Windows 7 Pro 64-bit. Noticed I had a rogue svchost.exe process taking up my CPU, killed it and cleared the .exe from the Windows/Temp folder but it kept coming back on a reboot. It appears to be a bitcoin miner.
I've checked my startup processes in msconfig.exe. Didn't see anything obvious and tried disabling the stuff I wasn't sure of, but it keeps coming back.
I read up on older posts in this sub about it and tried doing what they did. Ran numerous scans with Malwarebytes (trial version, do I need to get premium?) and Microsoft Security Essentials. But it keeps. Coming. Back.
For now I'm just killing it every time I boot up, but I need a more permanent solution.
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Remove the WindowsTime.exe Bitcoin Miner

Remove the WindowsTime.exe Bitcoin Miner submitted by xezirone to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Remove the WindowsTime.exe Bitcoin Miner

Remove the WindowsTime.exe Bitcoin Miner submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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