Internet security 2010 is a nasty, read some of the suggestions regarding its' removal, it can be very difficult to get rid of, Malwarebytes is a starting point.
Yesterday Avast! detected a suspicious file and then Internet Security 2010 launched. After a quick Internet search, I downloaded Malwarebyte's Anti-Malware from CNET and it detected and deleted several files and instructed me to reboot. Upon reboot, Internet Security 2010 appears to be gone.
However, Avast! now detects a suspicious file C:\WINDOWS\System32\Drivers\asc3550p.sys after each log in. I've deleted it, but it keeps coming back every reboot. After deleting it, Avast! says it has detected a virus in the operating memory and recommends doing a scan in the boot phase. I've already done this a couple times and the same thing keeps happening (it continues to detect the same suspicious file).
I have no idea how Internet Security 2010 got installed to begin with... and am not sure if I've still got a problem or if Avast! is just confused...
Thanks a lot for your assistance,