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Have been trying to remove a file in my programsX86 folder for some time, it is named PinkwoodRikoda. Cannot find anything on google or this forum about the folder. Inside it contained a .exe. The exe is running in my task manager, and when I try to stop it the program almost instantly reactivates. It is in my task manager as Door Sasomo and the dropdown menu reveals the PinkwoodRikoda file running. Cannot end in processes either. Scan does not detect the file as suspect but I have my doubts, especially since I cannot find any information online. Also does not appear in control panel programs. The files only other appearance when I search in file viewer is my recent files. Have set file viewer to see hidden files as well. Recently dealt with PUPs when attempted to download Minecraft Forge yesterday, used scan to delete 41 files and manually removed RAV antivirus and 2 other programs I cannot remember but google said they were PUPs and I removed using control panel.

File was last modified 8/8/21

Any information as to the nature of the file and/or how to remove if malicious would be appreciated.

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