Solved Possible DDoS trojan on Windows 10? Or another issue?

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Sep 30, 2016
Hi, I can't believe this but I think it's all OK now? Yesterday I didn't have any issues with my internet speed and it was always over a stable 1.5 mbps or more. I ran Spybot AntiBeacon and Destroy Windows Spying yesterday, and it didn't pick up any issues. I don't think Spybot AntiBeacon finished (or it froze for about an hour) but I haven't had any issues I ran a dozen scans from all the listed software mentioned in this thread a couple of nights ago. I'm always nervous because sometimes it used to be OK for a few minutes and then drop down to 0.02 mbps again randomly. But so far it's all good! Perhaps one of the software I downloaded in this thread got rid of the issue? Zoek messed something up with my computer and I had to force a shut down. I'm more baffled on why this has suddenly gone, but I'm not complaining!
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Jul 22, 2016
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