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OK...so I download SpyBot. Installed it, and used it to get rid of spyware. I decided to try out another spyware scanner and uninstalled SpyBot. So now I have about 186 ENCRYPTED zip files on my machine that I can't access because I am not ATHORIZED to open such files on my OWN DAG computer...I need a PASSWORD...
WHAT THE HELL IS THAT ?????? Yes I'm not a GURU...just a user.
Below is a sample of these zip files that cannot be scanned for virus's. Are these files something I need to worry about or just much ado about nothing.
I thank you in advance for your input.
kilopee...

C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Spybot - Search & Destroy\Recovery\Advertisingcom.zip
This file couldn't be scanned because it contains encrypted files. Please decrypt the file(s) and scan them manually.

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Last Post by kylethedarkn
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There just backups of all the files you've deleted you can delete those if you want. They are not dangerous to your computer.

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Yoy can mark this thread as solved then.(There should be a link at the top of the page that says "mark as solved")

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