A while ago (appr. 4 months) when updating CursorFX via Object Desktop Manager, my Malwarebytes (Premium) sais it detected a trojan via the port it got the update from, i.e. cdn.stardock.us (and I believe it was using port: 60).
I asked Sean from cust. support, and he said it is a false-positive.
So I manually added the domain address and port in Malwarebytes as save (and removed it again just to be sure after the update of Cursor FX).
However, since doing this, I suddenly get tenths of spam emails daily, most about Bitcoins, which I didn't get before. A lot of the mails have the .us extension in the sender address. Also, my harddrive (ssd) runs out of free space every appr. 24 hours, while normally I have appr. 65+ Gb free space on that drive. So now, I have to clean my drive every 24 hours, which is very annoying, but the spam mails are more annoying.
> Do others have simillar experiences?
P.s. my several installed antivirus/ antimalware/- spyware etc. software packages don't detect any infections. However, running HitmanPro.Alert detects it detects tenths of trojans in all kind of executablle files, like f.e. explorer.exe, spotify.exe and all kind of other executables of programs I frequently use (when I chose to remove al detected infections I got a pc which was completely unusable, so I used a TrueImage backup to reset things, however, this was a backup image which already has the supposed trojan.