Can I manually quarantine a file/folder?? and/or Can I tell MSE to quarantine a specific file/folder?
I have spent all day running scans from my trifecta (MSE, Malwarebytes, CCleaner) and while I have found and removed a total of 13 "threats", restart in Normal Mode continually showed the virus was still there. Long story short I found the culprit. SO
how can I now quarantine it or ensure that it is deleted completely?
**MSE did recognize the "application" version of the virus mind you, and removed it, however the virus package (?) included a Registry Key "HKCU: RunOnce: cLmIeEkHnOi09001", a folder by the same name, .exe and .pf. I have disabled the key, but am nervous to
just send the items to the Recycle bin.**
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Since you have CCleaner send the folder and it's contents to the recycle bin and in CCleaner go to Options>Settings and place a checkmark in the box next to Add "Run CCleaner" option to Recycle Bin context menu. Then click the button next to Secure file
deletion(Slower) and select Gutmann(35 passes) Then right click on Recycle Bin and select "Run CCleaner". This may take some time depending on the size of the files to be deleted. reset CCleaner. If the files refuse to be deleted try changing the names and/or
attempt to delete in Safe Mode. This will of course remove, not quarantine the files.
CCleaner released version 3.05.1408 today but no "Slim" version is presently available so if using the standard version note that the Google Chrome Browser or Toolbar is automatically checked for install. You do not require this to use CCleaner so make sure
to uncheck the box during update. If using the Portable version it's not a concern.
You could also use FileASSASSIN in MBAM(More Tools) to delete if the files appear locked. The HKCU Run Once could have been dealt with using Hijack This.