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Hi

I use win98se

Each rime I restart my machine more new file are added, what are they and how can I solve this problem?

THanks tori


Attached jpgs example' but each time I restart the machine there are more and I keep deleting them again and agian but.....I want to get rid of this burden.

At the library c:\windows\

at the size about 0Mb and they look like:

fff8856f_{2CECBFCF-C4C9-4024-B881-C74DD7774BBC}.tmp
fff8856f_{311ED16D-524C-4BFC-B2D4-DF6C01C5B41D}.tmp

At the library c:\windows\internet logs\

at the size about 2Mb and they look like:

xDBE150.TMP
xDBE211.TMP
tvDebug.log
Iamdb.rdb

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c:\windows\internet logs is a folder created by zone alarm. If the size of it bothers you then delete the contents of each .txt file in there. I bet you cannot delete the .log files while ZA is running.
I have only 20 ZAlog...txt files, so i assume they are deleted on a rolling basis automatically.
Those other windows\fff88... files? i have no idea... those clsid nos are not on the web so i would guess that something dodgy put them there. Try a f-secure blacklight beta scan, or kaspersky online scan, or rootkitdetector.

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Thanks for your comments

No threats were found
and I disabled the MDM hope no problem comes out of it.

Tori


nb. About rootkillers, doesn't NAV find these parasites?

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nb. About rootkillers, doesn't NAV find these parasites?

Rootkits?
Some Security Suite packages claim to detect them, but for the most part it is hit-or-miss. Generally, you are better off using a few of the specialized tools along in concert with an experienced forum advisor........


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