Bitcoinminer sx: So entfernen Sie den Trojaner - CHIP

Decided to scan my PC for malwares after some time of using it, using MalwareBytes. When the scan was ready, it found alot of Trojans, BackDoors, Bitcoin Miners, etc. I quarantined all of them and did a factory reset on the machine. Is this enough?

If not, what should I do next?
Edit: Thank you everyone that helped me.
submitted by WysdomY to techsupport [link] [comments]

Malwarebytes "Bitcoin Miner" alert regarding Monero gui is a false positive, I assume?

Since even trezor recommends Monero Gui, it seems to one of the better wallets for monero after all.
Thanks everyone. Always good to get a another point of view in regards to cryptography.
submitted by seronlover to Monero [link] [comments]

Does Malwarebytes free protect against Bitcoin Miners?

What the title says. I know that the premium version is constantly on the lookout for that sort of stuff. Will bitcoin miners get detected when I run a complete scan with my free version? Thanks
submitted by Zeus_Kira to Malwarebytes [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Mining Malware removal?

Hey guys! I'm new here, and I really need help. So I downloaded an infected program, that contained Bitcoin Miners. Malwarebytes quarantined them, but 5 mins later quarentine was empty. So I searched one by one of the contamined .exe files (winnetsvces.exe and mswinlib.exe), and deleted them from Registry (before I came to this, I tried all antivirus possible). I'm an absolute noob when it comes to computers, and Reddit always saves me, but I found nothing this time. My PC is not running any weird services that slows it down, but it is overheating, so I guess I'm not safe yet. I think malwarebytes missed a couple of other infected .exe files and I have no clue on how to get mt PC back to normal! Apart from that, malwarebytes found "Trojan.Agent" on HKLM\SYSTEM\CURRENTCONTROLSET\SERVICES\SysLinkMapper. This also disappeared from quarantine, but i have no idea what it is or how to clean it up. Please, help!
Thank you :)
PS: this is my first post, sorry if I did anything wrong
submitted by IrineiaRed to techsupport [link] [comments]

[PSA] If you use ARMA 3 launcher, uninstall it and run a malwarebytes scan - CONTAINS BITCOIN MINER

Malwarebytes just completed a scan and has found a bitcoin miner (runs under issch.exe) which hogs your computer resources for another person to profit from. I recommend uninstalling ARMA 3 launcher and remove any files it may have left behind. I don't know if it was added by the developers of ARMA 3 launcher, or somebody hacked their servers and included their bitcoin miner somehow. Proof from scan: https://puu.sh/qyd3l/17fc8a0b61.png
EDIT: Sorry for the false alarm, A3 launcher is indeed clean. I hope some people did manage to find something from a scan by coincidence and had it removed from their computer, nevertheless I don't think this harmed anyone. Again, sorry my mistake.
submitted by schokk-ya to pcmasterrace [link] [comments]

Unidentified (and very nasty) Bitcoin Miner Virus. Malwarebytes doesn't detect it even when the folder is targeted. It also seems to override my Windows security functions. Seems to spread via my Network. Not sure what to do.

I seem to have acquired a rather nasty Bitcoin miner (or I assume that's what it is). It seems to generate a random name and create a folder in Appdata/Low which I cannot access due to an access denied. It asks for administrator rights which when provided it still says access denied (these are my personal machines. I'm the only admin). I tried to take ownership via file security but I always get an access denied error and it says the current owner is unknown. It creates multiple threads using the same name as the folder it created which I cannot affect in any way. I can't kill them or restrict there priority level. I also cannot open the containing folder due to the aforementioned admin issue. It seems to constantly max out either 1 or 2 cores on and off. It drops down to no usage for 30 seconds to 2 minutes on a regular basis. I'm not sure what it's doing as I don't get a spike in network traffic. Based on how the performance hit affects my system I suspect these processes have given themselves above average priority. The virus seems to have spread to my Laptop and HTPC via my network since there isn't any download I've made that the 3 of them have in common. The processes have in common only that they identify themselves as "Windows Process Manager" in the description bar and that whenever the file name of the current process is googled it always seems to be listed on the page of a spam redirect webpage:
I suspect that web portal acts as some sort of homing device since every filename they've taken so far has been on that webpage. The hard part is I can't find out how to remove the virus because I don't know the name or strain of the virus due to it creating randomly named folders. MalwareBytes Anti Malware (which is supposedly the best at detecting Malware) never detects it even when I specifically tell it to scan the aforementioned folders. It doesn't seem to be using my GPU. Only my CPU. So far the process names i've seen are:
It's also always accompanied by a process that describes itself as "Printer Driver Host"
They are always 32-bit processes. Each instance of the main mining process seems to use between 20 and 100MB of RAM depending on the age of the process.
Do any of you recognize this behavior? If I can find out what virus I'm dealing with I can likely find instructions on its removal. I've never seen a virus that takes this degree of control over my systems.
submitted by The_Lone-Wanderer to techsupport [link] [comments]

MalwareBytes found a bitcoin miner.

-Log Details- Scan Date: 15/06/2019 Scan Time: 14:55 Log File: bd3dde7e-8f96-11e9-a123-988389c981bb.json
-Software Information- Version: 3.7.1.2839 Components Version: 1.0.586 Update Package Version: 1.0.11068 Licence: Trial
-System Information- OS: Windows 10 (Build 17134.829) CPU: x64 File System: NTFS User: LAPTOP-7VJ3OVAM\708kr
-Scan Summary- Scan Type: Threat Scan Scan Initiated By: Manual Result: Completed Objects Scanned: 286670 Threats Detected: 3 Threats Quarantined: 0 Time Elapsed: 5 min, 44 sec
-Scan Options- Memory: Enabled Startup: Enabled Filesystem: Enabled Archives: Enabled Rootkits: Disabled Heuristics: Enabled PUP: Detect PUM: Detect
-Scan Details- Process: 1 Trojan.BitCoinMiner, C:\WINDOWS\WMU3\WLANEXT.EXE, No Action By User, [625], [675660],1.0.11068
Module: 1 Trojan.BitCoinMiner, C:\WINDOWS\WMU3\WLANEXT.EXE, No Action By User, [625], [675660],1.0.11068
Registry Key: 0 (No malicious items detected)
Registry Value: 0 (No malicious items detected)
Registry Data: 0 (No malicious items detected)
Data Stream: 0 (No malicious items detected)
Folder: 0 (No malicious items detected)
File: 1 Trojan.BitCoinMiner, C:\WINDOWS\WMU3\WLANEXT.EXE, No Action By User, [625], [675660],1.0.11068
Physical Sector: 0 (No malicious items detected)
WMI: 0 (No malicious items detected)
(end)
How should I proceed? Google says WLANEXT is from the system, should I nuke the installation?
submitted by BlaueSaiten to techsupport [link] [comments]

Unidentified (and very nasty) Bitcoin Miner Virus. Malwarebytes doesn't detect it even when the folder is targeted. It also seems to override my Windows security functions. Seems to spread via my Network. Not sure what to do.

I seem to have acquired a rather nasty Bitcoin miner (or I assume that's what it is). It seems to generate a random name and create a folder in Appdata/Low which I cannot access due to an access denied. It asks for administrator rights which when provided it still says access denied (these are my personal machines. I'm the only admin). I tried to take ownership via file security but I always get an access denied error and it says the current owner is unknown. It creates multiple threads using the same name as the folder it created which I cannot affect in any way. I can't kill them or restrict there priority level. I also cannot open the containing folder due to the aforementioned admin issue. It seems to constantly max out either 1 or 2 cores on and off. It drops down to no usage for 30 seconds to 2 minutes on a regular basis. I'm not sure what it's doing as I don't get a spike in network traffic. Based on how the performance hit affects my system I suspect these processes have given themselves above average priority. The virus seems to have spread to my Laptop and HTPC via my network since there isn't any download I've made that the 3 of them have in common. The processes have in common only that they identify themselves as "Windows Process Manager" in the description bar and that whenever the file name of the current process is googled it always seems to be listed on the page of a spam redirect webpage:
I suspect that web portal acts as some sort of homing device since every filename they've taken so far has been on that webpage. The hard part is I can't find out how to remove the virus because I don't know the name or strain of the virus due to it creating randomly named folders. MalwareBytes Anti Malware (which is supposedly the best at detecting Malware) never detects it even when I specifically tell it to scan the aforementioned folders. It doesn't seem to be using my GPU. Only my CPU. So far the process names i've seen are:
It's also always accompanied by a process that describes itself as "Printer Driver Host"
They are always 32-bit processes. Each instance of the main mining process seems to use between 20 and 100MB of RAM depending on the age of the process.
Do any of you recognize this behavior? If I can find out what virus I'm dealing with I can likely find instructions on its removal. I've never seen a virus that takes this degree of control over my systems.
submitted by The_Lone-Wanderer to antivirus [link] [comments]

[PSA] If you use ARMA 3 launcher, uninstall it and run a malwarebytes scan - CONTAINS BITCOIN MINER

Malwarebytes just completed a scan and has found a bitcoin miner (runs under issch.exe) which hogs your computer resources for another person to profit from. I recommend uninstalling ARMA 3 launcher and remove any files it may have left behind. I don't know if it was added by the developers of ARMA 3 launcher, or somebody hacked their servers and included their bitcoin miner somehow. Proof from scan: https://puu.sh/qyd3l/17fc8a0b61.png
submitted by schokk-ya to arma [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Malwarebytes saved me from Andries "Scammer" the Frog's BitCoin miner /r/Ice_Poseidon

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Malwarebytes saved me from Andries submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: [PSA] If you use ARMA 3 launcher, uninstall it and run a malwarebytes scan - CONTAINS BITCOIN MINER /r/pcmasterrace

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: [PSA] If you use ARMA 3 launcher, uninstall it and run a malwarebytes scan - CONTAINS BITCOIN MINER /pcmasterrace submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Used Malwarebytes to remove bitcoin miner trojan, PC stuck at startup repair.

I noticed I was getting ridiculously high cpu usage when I was idle, caused by svchost.. I checked around for a bit and decided to run MBAM to see if it was a virus. Lo and behold it found a bitcoin miner trojan. I had it delete the infected files. Computer is now stuck at startup repair and has been going for about an hour and a half.
Using Windows 7 Ultimate, and I don't think it matters but I'm running a Z97X mobo, i7-4790k and a 550ti.
submitted by Instincthr to techsupport [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Malwarebytes detected a bitcoin miner in the Curse client. /r/feedthebeast

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Malwarebytes detected a bitcoin miner in the Curse client. /feedthebeast submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Tear my CyberSec plan apart

Hey guys. Just coming finishing up my second year as a "Jack of all Trades" sysadmin/IT and after Passing my Sec+ my boss has approved my request to change my title to Sec Admin and work mostly full time on Securing our network as these past 2 years we've seen pretty large growth with at least 3 ransomware attacks and one employee installing bitcoin miners and getting away with it because literally nothing is logged.
Our Company consists of our main office with 9 adminstrators and 3 IT guys. Me and another guy, and our manager. We have a 30 person call center in the building with a remote call center connected back here. We serve as a telecom with roughly 40,000 users. Since we have a bunch of phone equipment and such, We have 6 almost identical Colos that each have the work divided between them, but they do not act as failovers. If one Colo loses internet/power, those 10k or so customers are SOL
Our security stance is this - and I quote "Don't get attacked". Hasn't worked so far. We do at the very least have a Fortigate
Leads me to the CyberSec plan. My first project was adding and configuring a WSUS server so our servers that were last updated in 2018 can at least be a little more secure. I just now finished it and the documentation and now My director and CEO have thrown their full support behind whatever I suggest So i'm kinda insanely excited to just get to get after it with very little redtape. I've spent the last few weeks planning out what I think we need to at least get us up to "Mediocre" standing.
Below is my list and my explanations. If all is good I will present this to our C-suite as our CyberSecuity Initiative. This list has gone through several changes and I know that some is way too much or I have the totally wrong idea on what this stuff is. As title says, feel free to tear it apart. I'm excited to learn all of this stuff.
9/15 Updated Cybersec Initiative Current List: -Full Risk/Impact analysis with a Disaster Recovery Plan // Was very surprised to hear we don't have any of this. We just got hit with a hurricane and we were down for almost a week because no disaster plans or fail overs
-Entire Network Map with help of LibreNMS or other Net tools // We don't have any maps of our network. Most of what I know is because I have to ask where a server is and I keep a notebook of it around.
-Audit security of our POS kiosk systems // We have a few kiosks out that process transactions and I know nothing of any security controls. Would it be a good idea to add these to our domain as well?
-Contain the ridiculous VM sprawl // We have VMs that we have no idea what/if they do anything. Need to contain this
-Combine our Call center and Main DC, Full permission Audit, add Group policy restrictions (Time of Day, Lockout), add all COLO servers to domain, add all technicians to domain // This is a big one. No point in my opinion of having 2 domains when one is literally one group called "Call center Agents". None of our field guys are added to our domain, and none of our COLO servers are on our domain. Group policy updates to limit time of day and password policies
-Create a honeypot/net // This one is mostly for fun
-Full rollout of Security Onion // One sensor at each COLO plus our main office network. Wazuh/Malwarebytes configured on every PC/Server we have.
-Harden our outward facing Webservers // We don't do much as our websites are administered by another company, But i'd like to talk with them about it
-Disable SNMPv2 or change community string // I know that our printers still have this
-Create .iso of "stock OS" with malwarebytes/Wazuh already installed, system alreay hardened // More of a convenience
-Configure Guest Wifi using best practices
-Audit/Use Backups // I know we have backups of some things but not everything. Set this up with raid and/or offsite backup
-Implement 2FA/SSO on user PCs // Outlook 2FA and SSO for some of our resources
-Turn on firewall logging // Thats right. No logs on firewall at all.
-Implement security policies on our Outlook stuff // Phishing detection, logging, etc
-Train users on phishing campaigns and such // This wouldn't be until next year during annual company training
TLDR: I'm now a sec admin and I'm looking for critique on if/why the above controls wouldn't work or are too much/overkill on our network that takes "Security through obscurity" to a new level. Feel free to fuck me up y'all.
Edit: A lot more help than I thought I'd get. This has all been great. You guys are so much nicer than linux4noobs
submitted by HighSeasCaesar to sysadmin [link] [comments]

Be careful: bitcoin miners

So today I decided to start Skyrim again, chose special edition for stability and went to TBP for a quality torrent. This was the top one.
https://preview.redd.it/ghhsels7wkc51.png?width=956&format=png&auto=webp&s=b649a2707e369ef7aa881a3a9e28b2e3d4b12625
Filesize looked suspicious, but I thought maybe it just downloaded during installation. Turns out I was wrong - it's a bitcoin miner (as my antivirus told me). The super high number of seeders is obviously artificial, the next top torrent even has more leechers.
I looked at the poster's page and found this.
https://preview.redd.it/varh485wwkc51.png?width=965&format=png&auto=webp&s=2ee9205d06308c9f7ff8a29ab62ba2acc39b71cd
Lots of torrents, all with the same filesize - 14.15 MB. I have no doubt all those are bitcoin miners too.
Moral of the story - be careful with what you download. If you suspect you caught something, use something like malwarebytes and purge it tfo. Have a good day.
submitted by Earzentail to thepiratebay [link] [comments]

LAPTOP PERFORMANCE IS TERRIBLE CONSIDERING ITS SPECS

So when i bought the Laptop everything was fine but now im getting like 40 fps in games and graphics is set lower. Before it was 60fps but on much higher graphics. MY SPECS : Asus TUF gaming FX504 GTX 1050 4GB , Intel I7 8750H , 8gb ram and 1TB HDD. Im thinking it could be due to a) I installed malware by mistake. I downloaded like 5 AV and somehow "removed it" Malwarebytes told me that it was bitcoin miner which affect performance so I tought that was it and I did factory reset but that made it just worse now i cant open NVIDIA control panel and update my graphics driver trough Geforce experience and overall performance is same if not worse . Or b) Some time ago I tried overclocking trough MSI afterburner and EVGA precision and almost killed my gpu but I didnt noticed much diference in terms of fps afterwards . I think its due to overclocking but im not sure. pls help thx
submitted by lukall5 to laptops [link] [comments]

Archer A7/TP-Share viruses/back door

Hello. Recently I discovered viruses on my HDD that is connected to my Archer A7 using TP-Share for a home network/media server. The files are either a shortcut or a wallpaper and range from trojans to "exploits" and miners etc. The few I can see names to are "CoinMinerBB!bit and PhominerA" these are obviously viruses intending to steal information or infect my pcs to mine bitcoins or something, i dunno exactly what. These files appear in the first "root" folder "vidos" and seem to be in random folders here and there. I'm worried because these did not come from any of my computers, they were instead somehow injected in from over the network, which means the solution isnt to just simply erase/quarantine it. is there anyway to protect my hdd/network drive from outside attacks? Find the back door that they got in from? So far nothing has happened on my computers and my router seems to perform fine (that i know of) and it seems to just exist there. Any help appreciated and if you need more information i will gladly oblige. oh and i have malwarebytes that i can use to cleanse the drive, but again, i feel like itll just come right back
Thank you and have a good morning/day/night!
submitted by YellowHerbz to techsupport [link] [comments]

Windows Features Dissapearing

I go to remove a program and I notice the Windows settings feature is frozen. I can't click on any other tabs. I close it via process hacker then try to perform a Windows Defender Scan. Windows Defender has disappeared. I go to figure out why online and try to use gpedit. Gpedit is nowhere to be found. I try restarting my pc and now I can't search. Try the file explorer search and it freezes. Ran a Malwarebytes scan, no threats. Ran three more, same thing. Went to search up control panel, search won't work. Tried changing registries to get search back. Still won't work. Now I can't open anything in settings, such as restore to a previous point or, wifi settings. I can't open control panel through Win+R run. I go to download a tool from Microsoft, download has failed - insufficient permissions. I can't download anything now. Great. What to do next that isn't cry? Help please?
Update: Windows Defender found a bitcoin miner and removing it didn't help
TLDR; Can't open search in taskbar or file explorer. Settings are gone/frozen. Can't open control panel. Cant find gpedit. Can't download anything online. Can't update/restore via settings. Can't take it anymore. Help.
submitted by 6rengun10 to Windows10TechSupport [link] [comments]

Hidden Miner Trojan?

So about a week ago I wasnt paying attention to what I was downloading and accidentally downloaded Bitcoin Mallware. Stupid mistake I know. At first i didnt know what was wrong with my PC. It was acting strange, like making my games perform at low fps and over all making my PC very slow. I quickly googled the symptoms and found out it was a miner trojan/malware. Luckely some very nice guy told me to download malwarebytes and do a scan. So i did a scan and low and behold it shows I have dangerous files. I deleted hoping that the problem would solve itself... yet i still have framelag until I open Task Manager.
Im a bit confused since nothing shows up in malwarebytes.
Any tips?
submitted by cheezcorc to pchelp [link] [comments]

LAPTOP PERFORMANCE IS TERRIBLE CONSIDERING ITS SPECS

So when i bought the Laptop everything was fine but now im getting like 40 fps in games and graphics is set lower. Before it was 60fps but on much higher graphics. MY SPECS : Asus TUF gaming FX504 GTX 1050 4GB , Intel I7 8750H , 8gb ram and 1TB HDD. Im thinking it could be due to a) I installed malware by mistake. I downloaded like 5 AV and somehow "removed it" Malwarebytes told me that it was bitcoin miner which affect performance so I tought that was it and I did factory reset but that made it just worse now i cant open NVIDIA control panel and update my graphics driver trough Geforce experience and overall performance is same if not worse . Or b) Some time ago I tried overclocking trough MSI afterburner and EVGA precision and almost killed my gpu but I didnt noticed much diference in terms of fps afterwards . Could it be due to the overclocking ? If you have any ide how to fix it please tell me thx :) https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/32266303
submitted by lukall5 to pcgamingtechsupport [link] [comments]

Surprising Trojan

Bought a new 1 TB hdd for my Borderlands 3 which didnt fit on my 110 gb ssd. Had BL2 and windows on my ssd. After I downloaded BL3 I noticed the game ran like shit, so i downloaded razer cortex which somehow freed 1 ram. The game ran pretty good. After a few days I saw there was an Twitch event for the game so I downloaded the exstention or however you write that word. First day it was fine, second day twitch was buffering for no reason (wifi great on my phone and laptop, pc was on ethernet). Became a bit suspicious today, went to check Windows quick scan, it did not start. Opening Windows security was blank, and looking at protection history in settings just closes the entire window.
So I downloaded Malwarebytes. 32 detected files for trojan. Hella lot of Bitcoin miners (amazing since my gpu was already on life support when I got it from my brother), quarantined those files and deleted it. Reset my Pc, tried to quick scan the pc, it was the same as before, nothing working as intended. So I resorted to wiping EVERYTHING from my pc, even the games that took 2 days to download each.
So at this point my Windows is restaring entirely, assuimg it would be a long process, it wasnt. I was greeted with a reset failure.
I dont know what to do. My blood is boiling. I swear I have 0 idea about PCs but i am seeing the worst possible shit on my PC and I dont download random things from the internet. I have 0 clue where I had gotten the trojan from. Most likely somebody coughed into my pc so it got sick.
Things that might have brought the virus: 1. razer cortex (gave me a warning before downloading, nothing special, had it years before and it worked just fine)
  1. tried to speed up my BL3 download since i had it on my laptop already (which doesnt have a virus - checked) and i put my network to public. maybe somehow with magic it got transferred? its not public anymore.
  2. random cookies from the internet??
  3. detection from canyourunit
  4. BL3 exstention from twitch
I cant think of any other thing, i swear i didnt download some random shit because its simply not in my downloads. It could have been on my pc for a while, i dont know, but its scary. Im scared ill have to take my GPU to the ER.
Jokes aside, how does one safely get rid of this shit? Also, do you think Razer Cortex is a suspicious program? I would not like to erase it due to it giving me 1 ram (have 8) and making my game run good.
submitted by DAJMIGLUPOIME to techsupport [link] [comments]

Synapse X is a virus.

Synapse X is a virus. submitted by Harley_Love12 to SynapseX [link] [comments]

New Mining Malware Wreaking Havoc On Your PC? Мысли о Канале - BitCoin Miner Malwarebytes - YouTube [Jakby AV Test] Malwarebytes vs Trojan.BitcoinMiner Eliminar Virus Troyano Bitcoin, Trojan.Bitcoin Miner y PUP.BitCoin

Der Crypto-Miner versteckt sich rechts unten hinter der Taskleiste und lastet Ihren Prozessor aus. (Foto: blog.malwarebytes.com) D as lukrative Geschäft mit Kryptowährungen wie Bitcoin bringt ... A Trojan.BitCoinMiner is a computer infection that silently runs on your computer while using your CPU or GPU resources to mine for digital currencies. As the value of cryptocurrencies, such as ... The Bitcoin miner malware primarily infects your machine through the browser. So, if you feel that your browser has been infected with this malware, one of the best ways to get rid of it is by resetting the device to its original settings. Unlike reinstalling, resetting will help you retain all personal tweaks like your passwords, open tabs and bookmarks. Although different browsers come with ... This detection warns you that a bitcoin miner is active on your system, but it has no way of checking whether it is working for you or for someone else. That is why these bitcoin miners are detected as riskware. Riskware, in general, is a detection for items that are not strictly malicious, but pose some sort of risk for the user in another way. When your Malwarebytes for Windows installation completes, the program opens to the Welcome to Malwarebytes screen. Click on the Get started button. Click Scan to start a Threat Scan. Click Quarantine to remove the found threats. Reboot the system if prompted to complete the removal process. Business remediation How to remove Trojan.BitcoinMiner with the Malwarebytes Nebula console. You can ...

[index] [31102] [51127] [50501] [32689] [42499] [29613] [44239] [13314] [25314] [23243]

New Mining Malware Wreaking Havoc On Your PC?

How to Remove Trojan:Win32/CoinMiner Virus Manually ( SYS64/Starter.exe and Driver.exe ) A new malware on Android is allowing users to use their devices to drive-by cryptocurrency mining campaign, according to Malwarebytes. How to manually remove these little performance ruining bastards. These things are becoming the new epidemic. Most anti viruses don't detect them because the... Malwarebytes is the next-gen cybersecurity company that millions worldwide trust. Malwarebytes proactively protects people and businesses against dangerous t... Всем привет, как всегда с мыслями о вас и о Канале друзья мои :) Malwarebytes - Программа для поиска и удаления ...

#