I have a suspicion that the process "OSRSS", shown below, is some sort of virus, although I believe it is more specifically a keylogger.
When I check its file location, it directs me to "C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost" which, as far as I can tell, is a legitimate file in it's proper location. When I go to end the task via task manager however, I am denied access as the image below shows.
I have scanned it both with Kaspersky and Malwarebytes, and both tell me the file "svchost" in the location stated is virus-free. However I feel that they are incorrect, as I checked several other Windows 10 computers and none of them have a process called "OSRSS"
I believe that this issue occurred when I video game called "Old School Runescape", along with various related-programs I'm told, were downloaded to the computer. I've since-then uninstalled anything downloaded in the past several days that I could easily find. It is my belief, and perhaps a paranoid one, that this "OSRSS" loosely ties into this video game "Old School Runescape", or "OSRS".
My question effectively breaks down into three parts:
- Would both Malwarebytes and Kaspersky guarantee my computer is fine, and I'm just being paranoid?
- How would I remove this process from my computer entirely, assuming it is a virus?
- In a worst-case scenario, would resetting my computer to factory default solve this solution, or is this keylogger embedded in the files needed to run Windows, preventing this from being a solution?