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Under C: recyler

in order to view the recyler folders " view hidden files" click that then go to c partition and under that go to recycler does anyone see a folder like this

"S-1-5-21-2025429265-1972579041-1801674531-1002"

under C:\RECYCLER i see a folder called "S-1-5-21-2025429265-1972579041-1801674531-1002"

wondering if its normal or not

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No it is NOT normal to have a C:\Recycler folder. Your system is infected. STOP piecemeal-ing your issues and get the guided help we have offered to you in the Malware Removal sub-forum.

Ron has given you advice on how to get guided help for your issues.

SEE http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?s...st&p=252358

We do NOT offer help in removing malwares in -this- forum.

You likely have several malware infections, including autorun infections, in part due to your use of infected USB flash drives.

The latter can be addressed but only in the "Malware Removal - HijackThis Logs" sub-forum.

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Scratch the concept of opening a new topic in Malware Removal. You already have several.

You have at least 3 open topics in the Malware Removal forum.

my pc sents more packets than received

http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?s...showtopic=50124

Started on May 11. And you have not replied to your helper, schrauber.

Plus this

hijack log for my 2nd pc

http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=50158

and this

http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=50245

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i am sorry about this but the reason why i ask maunally and not follow is that because when i had the worm virus not one anti-virus dected it until 6 month so i am tired of this. I just wanted to do thing manually as for the scan i had nothing infected etc.....

maurice can u check for ur self if u have any folders under recycler because when i google it says its a normal file also it's a hidden file so can you see if u see any other folder under recyler i am sorry to disturb you only one person who's been a victim of identify theft will knoe the feeling i just dont want this to happen again to me.

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Please understand. You needed guided help to finish up on your issues. You cannot continue to drip & drab one part at a time. You are flooding the forum un-necessarily. STOP doing that.

How many systems do you have that are suspect? Why do you not continue with the 3 topics I listed above?

A folder Recyled is normal. A folder named Recycler is not normal.

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You have posted the same question here, as well at Bleepingcomputer forum.

That has caused added work at both forums, and diverted resources that can be applied to help others who are more willing to follow good advice.

You seem to be fishing around for a reply that suites your moment.

I cite your similar post at Bleepingcomputer as one example.

Reference http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic317862.html

Created May 19

i tried installing a gmer and combo fix unforuntately it's not compatible with windows 7 and a the same hacker has got my files of my pc. like later on i found out it was a "P2P-Worm.Win32.Palevo.vaa" nissan.exe it took kaspersky and other ant-virus like 5-6 month to update and find the same virus. i am got the same hacker threatenin me he has some files and knows what i am doing.......

so is their any rootkit software??? because i knoe no anti-virus are not that good in determining roolkit softwarees

Under C: recyler

in order to view the recyler folders " view hidden files" click that then go to c partition and under that go to recycler does anyone see a folder like this

"S-1-5-21-2025429265-1972579041-1801674531-1002"

This topic is closed with prejudice.

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