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About davidleite94

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  1. Hey! I forgot to send you the log, and since Thursday was holiday in my country (I'm Brazilian) I'm not working today as well (we call this extended holiday). I thank you a lot for your help, and this post can be shut down now
  2. When it finished, it asked me to restart the computer. I guess that that's the log, I'll paste what's on it: Resultado da Correção pela Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (x64) Versão: 12-06-2017 Executado por david (13-06-2017 01:14:17) Run:1 Executando a partir de C:\Users\david\Downloads Perfis Carregados: david (Perfis Disponíveis: david) Modo da Inicialização: Normal ============================================== fixlist Conteúdo: ***************** CloseProcesses: CreateRestorePoint: ProxyServer: [S-1-5-21-3541513695-1080155128-3958550182-1001] => proxy.facip.ufu.
  3. Ok, I'm gonna do it when I get home, but there's another computer that I use at work and it might be infected by hijacks as well. I already scanned it, there goes the files (if you can help me out). Addition.txt FRST.txt EDIT for these ones, I can answer quickly.
  4. I tried what you said. But it doesn't solve it, what keeps making me think that this is not normal. Also, when I copy files from my computer to clouds or pendrives or other one's computers, desktop.ini also shows up on other computers. I've read about this in a lot of other posts, everybody saying it is normal, but I really don't think so. I'll just let it go since no one knows how to solve this.
  5. I didn't said so, but there are some shortcuts being created in some folders, like Users, Program Files, ProgramData and AppData. They are created when I do the system restore and when I click on some folders like System Volume Information and $Recycle.Bin. The Recovery partition also shows up sometimes, when I restart my computer. I think that's some strange behavior.
  6. Hello, buddies. That's my very first post on this forum, and I'm here to ask for help after trying a bunch of other stuff. I got caugth by a Ransomware recently, and I decided to use the system recovery (my computer is a Dell so it has a factory reset). But after doing so, my computer is showing a file called "desktop.ini" in a lot of folders. Also, if I delete it, it always comes back. I guess it infected my recovery partition as well. Sometimes, the recovery partition shows up on the explorer when I access the Windows Explorer. What can I do about it?
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