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About Marko21

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  1. Hello Maurice thank you for the response, it seems like windows defender just freaked out because of the keygen, but when I scan it there is no virus... I managed to delete it just to be sure and grab the files that I wanted, after scanning them twice. Thanks for the help!
  2. Hello guys! Lately ive been having some problems with one of my USB drives... Its an old one i had from when i was younger, and i had to format a device. Now i wanna get access to some files i had in that USB, but when i plug it in, windows defender detects Hacktool Win32 Keygen, and warns me about a possible trojan virus. Im able to "destroy" the "virus", caused by - you guessed it - a hacktool i used 6 years ago to hack a screen recording software, by simply pressing the available options in Win Defender, but im still worried about the files i keep in the drive. If that keygen tool real
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