posted on Dec, 6 2014 @ 05:08 PM
Just so you know up front, anything by IOBit is junkware, and is likely to cause more problems than it fixes. Research it, and/or ask any good
technician. Some refer to it as foolware.
Secondly, the reason the infections keep coming back when you reinstall Firefox is, because you've never cleaned FF completely out of your system. Use
a program like Revo to completely remove it, or manually delete all the leftover files.
Ccleaner and malwarebytes are two completely different programs. Ccleaner cleans out junkfiles, and cleans extraneous registry entries safely(I
emphasize safely). Unlike other so-called registry cleaners. Malwarebytes is made for adware, spyware, malware. You might try running a little program
. It runs from a single executable, and leaves a minimal footprint. A
lot of techs use it. Myself being one of them. Hitman Pro is another good one, and will allow you to use it for 30 days free with a trial activation.
You can scan first, and if you find nothing, don't activate it. Just delete it.
Lastly, remember that gaming, recipe, and coupon websites are notorious for malware. I have used Firefox since its inception, and have had less
problems with it, than any of the other three browsers I use. Especially IE. But if you like IE, you might consider using a
tracking protection list
edit on 12/6/2014 by Klassified because: add