Okay guys, this one is a new one for me. I am running Google Chrome as my default browser on a Windows 10 64 bit PC. I just recently did a MalewareBytes scan the other day and it found 4 PUPs with 'Sweetpacks' in the description. Having to deal with the Sweetpacks toolbar in the past, I immediately quarantined the threats and looked into my control panel settings to remove the sweetpacks software that was installed. Problem was, there were not any. I am really careful anytime I installed software, especially if it is free, and I don't recall anything sweetpacks related getting installed. so I wasn't not able to find anything on my computer that was sweetpacks related. So I went among my marry way after I quarantined the threats, thinking not much of it. Until today, when Malewarebytes again found the same 4 threats. I again, quarantined them, deleted them, and then re-scanned. The same threats popped right back up again. In the description, it says these 4 threats are coming from one file. The file was located here: C:\Users\PCUSERNAMEHERE\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Web Data This file is apparently a basic Google chrome file. I closed Chrome, went into the directory, and scanned the 'Web data' file by itself in maleware bytes. The 4 threats popped up. I then manually deleted the file, and re-scanned. The threats where gone. As soon as I opened chrome, it re-generated the 'Web Data' file, as I figured it would, and I scanned that file again with maleware bytes and the 4 PUP threats where back. I then reset Chrome so I was no longer syncing my Chrome browser with my google account. I then closed chrome, and deleted the 'Web Data' file. When i reopened chrome, it made another 'Web Data' file. I then scanned my computer with Maleware Bytes and no threats where found. I went a step further and scanned the Web Data file by itself, and no threats where found. I then went back into chrome and re-signed in so my Chrome browser was in sync with my google account, and the Maleware bytes scan told me the 4 threats where back. I then reset chrome again, un-syncing it from my account, Deleted the 'Web Data' file, re-opened chrome so it re-created the Web Data file, and scanned again with Maleware bytes. No threats found. I repeated this process a couple times and have come to the conclusion that, my Google account is syncing this sweetpacks ordeal to my computer in this 'Web Data' file. And I am not sure how or why this got started. I saw on another site's forums, that someone else was having the same issue, except it wasn't Sweetpacks in the threat names, but something else. But the same exact issue. 4 threats that would keep popping up after Malware bytes would quarantine them. As of right now, I have not synced my chrome browser to my account, and Maleware bytes says there are no threats. But apparently these 'threats' are somewhere on my account, because they keep syncing any time I log into my account with chrome and sync my settings. Now, I can go to goole.com and sign in to my account without any issues. But I can not tell my chrome browser on my pc to login and sync to my account becuse thats when these potential threats come back. Has anyone heard of this issue or know how to resolve it? I saw a few web searches that had simular issues, and the one person also stated the threats were gone until he syncs with his account. And that post was right on the maleware bytes forums. Any feedback would be great. Thanks!