Virus that blocked my internet bank

posted in Viruses
Wednesday, April 11 2018, 12:56 AM
I tryed to access one site some day ago and I was asked to update adobe flash player. I updated but it was a virus that blocked my internet bank. I used malware-antimalware programm, windows defender, kaspersky and I unstall and install products from acrobat again. But none of the programs detected the virus/malware/spyware.
How can I be sure that the virus is still in my computer or not? And most importantly, how do I remove it?
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    Thursday, April 12 2018, 06:54 AM - #permalink
    Hi Pedro, fake flash player update websites are known to spread various malicious files, for example adware that shows unwanted pop-up ads and cause redirect, crypto currency miners that use your computer resources to make money for cyber criminals, banking trojans that steal your banking information, etc If none of your mentioned programs detect malware on your computer it could mean that it's already removed or that the fake flash player update failed to install any malicious code on your PC. To be safe try using anti-malware software from our Top Anti-Malware list -
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