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GDIPFONTCACHEV1.DAT in AppData\Local is this a treat or should it be here ?

I already deleted this file, but the next day it reappeared here.

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It is an OS created data file related to your Profile and should left alone.

If you have worries on a data files, send it to Virus Total.  It will check it with more than 50, participating, anti malware vendors.

 

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Malwarebytes and KVRT don't see this file as virus so most likely this file is safe.

Just before that, I did not see this file and didn’t know what this was like since I’m not a programmer, for this reason I decided to ask.

 

 

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Is this safe to send this file to Virus Total ?

If this file is related to OS, logically this can cause a certain threat to anonymity and security, considering that everything goes to open access there, but as I said, I'm not a programmer so I could be wrong.

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Yes, your presumptions have no basis in fact.

There are 100's of files in the OS.  Many are caches too.  Why single this file out ?

Here's the Virus Total report for my Win7 User Profile
http://www.virustotal.com/file/1e4f4a4bb936381af55b3f262680a220df11da6cb24320320b6ec2c47de80512/analysis/

Here's the Virus Total report for another file from my Win7 User Profile on another PC
https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/ada06efed5d7a4d328f96c93efca893daf1cc2f3f3b879e535aa31cfa83a0b4c/detection

 

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Virus Total don't detect any treats, so I think everything is fine.

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In any case, thanks for helping me figure this out.

I will need to learn more about how the system works, any tips on this ?

Maybe some sites for dummies which will help you figure out what file is responsible for, as in this case.

 

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Exactly.  It is a OS generated file that is normal.

Virus Total is a simple way to check any file.

As you now see, there are 3 Virus Total Reports for three copies of "GDIPFONTCACHEV1.DAT".  I think you'll find every User Profile has one.

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I has one more question, because I delete GDIPFONTCACHEV1.DAT do I need to restore previous version of this file or this is not ctritical ?

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You already stated that the file came back... no need to restore the previous one.

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