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Windows 7: Unattend0000000001 and C:\Windows\test.bat SPYWARE or ROOTKIT?

02 Apr 2012   #11
memedbon

Windows Vista 32-bit
 
 
Test.bat - location is Windows\test.bat

The file did not appear as test.bat. I also have this kind of file and I noticed that my windows directory has a batch file named S.bat.

I did try to look into its content by right clicking it and click on Edit, and has this batch of commands :

D:
CD\
CD TEST\XPTEST

d:\test\xptest\message test mfgproc.ini D:\test\xptest



Can you please help me, what does this mean? thanks,


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02 Apr 2012   #12
Jacee
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit SP1
 
 

Did you run a 'test' page on your printer?
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 Unattend0000000001 and C:\Windows\test.bat SPYWARE or ROOTKIT?




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