How do I remove asp.exe & svchost.exe Virus's?

May 11, 2017 at 16:24:28
Specs: Windows 8.1, i5 4460. DDr3 16GB
I have 2 programs on my computer both located at

(C:) > windows > > Framework > v4.0.30319

One is named asp.exe and is 256kb large, the other is named svchost.exe and has a size of 1,355. Every day these programs open on their own and take up 99% of my CPU, I have tried to delete the programs but they keep reinstalling themselves, I have used Virustotal on both programs so you can get a better idea of what I'm dealing with, if somebody could tell me why this is happening it would be great since to stop them automatically opening I had to make an outbound and inbound rule to block the connection of both programs.

asp.exe Virustotal:

svchost.exe Virustotal:

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May 11, 2017 at 20:43:54
Boot your computer in Safe Mode and run Malwarebytes free version. Delete all it finds. Post back the log (copy/paste) for review and other suggestions. Then update your antivirus program and run that also while you are waiting for other suggestions. Do this also in Safe Mode where the program/nasty is not (or less) active. Even if you get a bunch of stuff removed do not assume you are clean yet, you may be just getting started.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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May 12, 2017 at 07:00:43
Run these two as well, then run MalwareBytes again:

(blue "Download Now" button on right).
Download and "Save" the file somewhere. Go to the saved file then double click it to run the program. Use the "Scan" button, followed by the "Clean" button.

Junkware Removal Tool (JRT)
(blue Download button).
Download and "Save" the file somewhere. Go to the saved file then double click it to run JRT. It might appear to have stopped at times or flash the screen but sit tight until it has finished.

Please copy/paste the logs on here. If you lose the ADW log you can find it as a text file in the ADWCleaner folder directly off the system drive root (usually C).

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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