Isn't that file usually a avast AV file?
Post the folder path to it?
Also by hijack what is the file doing?
No, the Avast file is aswRunDll with two l's. This virus is appearing as a genuine virus protector called Internet Security with all the usual scanning tools etc, and occasionally issues a firewall pop up with a screaming noise indicating that I am under attack. However, it doesn't appear anywhere on the computer as an application and will not allow me to go on the web or open any file, by indicating that they are all infected with a worm. McAfee scan cannot see it.
When these things hit it's best not to touch anything except the power switch and power right off. Then boot into Safe Mode to see if you can initiate System Restore to go back to before it started. Try to do that anyway. Other suggestions in the last link in my signature below.
There are recent detections including on some Spanish sites. I don't think McAfee has got a detection for it yet (see this VirusTotal report from the 4th).
https://malwr.com/analysis/NWI3ZjFlOGE0ZGQxNDM1ZWFmZjE4YWNiNTAyOTA5NWQ/ (see Static Analysis)
This is perhaps one of the places it's been downloaded from -
(Edit) And this is possibly the first appearance of "aswRunDl", a question about Mozilla Thunderbird, going back to Spetember 14.
I think it could be RDN/FakeAlert-HDD!c at least that sounds like a fake security popup.
If you cannot use the net download the programs Peter pointed you to to an USB stick and install them from there. Try the restore option first .