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Currently I am attacked by malware.

I try to use Kaspersky Internet Security + manually delete suspicious folders.

However, Whenever I restart my computer, some suspicious folders reappear and my google chrome and firefox are attacked.

That's, I believe there are some files that Kaspersky Internet Security and my bare eyes cannot detected, which continuously install malware into my computer.

Now, I want to trace back which files installed the suspicious folders.

Please help me to do that. Thank you!

marked as duplicate by Scott, fixer1234, Ramhound, Journeyman Geek Apr 13 '17 at 23:35

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    By the time the folders are created it's too late. – DavidPostill Apr 13 '17 at 17:31
  • Nothing is installing malware at this point, you're simply removing infection symptoms instead of actual malware. – gronostaj Apr 13 '17 at 17:39
  • "Now, I want to trace back which files installed the suspicious folders." - Unless you enabled the right logs, its very unlikely, you will be able to determine this from the information you have left. – Ramhound Apr 13 '17 at 19:41
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You can boot into safe mode and then one by one narrow down the additional startup tasks or processes you have running that are causing the behavior.

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