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jastolze

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  1. Hi, I was wondering if this file could have been a FP? I scanned it on VirusTotal, and with SuperAntiSpyware, and both times came up as the above trojan. Here's the link: https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/3fd006cc08b7410547667e6c23742bde55b0e7461eb3877b50229cb58a08eabe/analysis/ Worth noting is: No other Anti-virus could pick this up, yet it's been around since 2009. Also, I would have attached this file, but the max file size is 500KB, and the compressed version of this is 540KB, so it's a no go. If someone could clarirfy, that would be great!
  2. Sorry for the bump, but has anyone else had this issue? And should I worry about this?
  3. Antivirus: AVG AntiSpyware: SuperAntiSpyware Firewall: Zone Alarm MIsc: EXE Radar, Exploit Shield, Sandboxie, CCleaner. Also, I tried the Shift+Delete on the icon, but it wouldn't go away (no error message)
  4. Hey, I've been using SAS for quite some time now, and am very satisfied with it. I have an odd issue though: On my desktop (in windows explorer, not the desktop screen) When I click once on my User Folder, (not double click) It gives me this message: The wierd thing is, I'm NOT opening a file, but a folder. I'm 99% sure I'm not infected, but I don't want to take any chances. I have SO much security software, I doubt many things would go unnoitced. If this is normal, please explain why, and if not, please explain what could have gone wrong. Thanks! P.S: If I type that in the Address bar in WIndows explorer, I can access that folder without an error. So, I'm still a bit confused...
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