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  1. First, thanks for all the messages and for your time looking into this, and profuse apologies for wasting your time if it turns out to be a red herring I simply assumed that "CC" in the path referred to CCleaner because the 'incident' happened shortly after I had renewed my CCleaner license. A further (on reflection probably incorrect) assumption was that CCleaner had performed an update as part of the license update process, but it just dawned on me that I probably already had the latest CCleaner version installed, in which case there would have been no update. As for Adobe, I wasn
  2. Thanks for your reply, but I'm afraid I don't get it, sorry. Not sure what MD5 hash is, but I assumed the CC-Updates folder in the path name I sent points to CCleaner as the 'culprit', no? And in any case, that particular FileZilla setup file isn't present on my system. Herbert Eppel (Link removed - Nukecad).
  3. Thanks for your quick, comprehensive and helpful reply Unfortunately Malwarebytes doesn't seem to allow copying of path names, and I'm having trouble with my OCR software at present, so here is a screenshot. Herbert Eppel (Link removed - Nukecad).
  4. I recently renewed my CCleaner license and was surprised to find that Malwarebytes detected Adware.FusionCore in the CCleaner update exe file – see attachment. For background see https://blog.malwarebytes.com/detections/adware-fusioncore/ I realize malware aspects has been discussed, so apologies if this specific issue has already been addressed, but I couldn't find it in the forum archive. Herbert Eppel (Link removed - Nukecad).
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