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After uninstalling a game I attempted to manually delete the leftover files. Deleting the main folder deleted some files & folders inside, but the main folder stayed, as well as some sub-folders & files. And something bizarre happened (or is this normal?) - after attempting to manually delete some of the files (perma [shift+del]) they seemed to be deleted, but after going a directory up and then returning to the one were the file was [attempted] deleted it somehow reappeared. I know that files can refuse to be deleted because they are "in use", but this I'm seeing for the first tim
Hi, I downloaded a game called War Thunder a while back from Steam and have been playing this for a while. It has never caused problems before until now, when I started the game after a recent update, Malwarebytes would detect it as a threat. I did a Threat Scan and it found nothing, but when I scanned the War Thunder file specifically in C:/Program Files, then it will detect it. Before this, the launcher would cause the Malicious Website Protection to go off too, usually during updates. So I'm wondering if this is a false positive or this game is a dangerous file? I trust Steam would no
Pretty sure this is a false positive since I scanned this, removed it, restarted and didn't see the problem again. So I decided to verify game cache on the game Blocks that Matter under Steam and scanned again. Sure enough it showed up as the same Trojan.Agent found in the file natives-win32.jar again. I'm not 100% sure that's why I'm posting here in hopes that maybe this will help shed light on either a false positive or something in my system. Highly doubt steam is downloading the same virus into my system though. Anyways here's my log: MBAM-log-2013-10-30 (09-45-36).txt Thank you for