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Windows 7: MSS Hits

20 Apr 2011   #11

W7x64 Pro, SuSe 12.1/** W7 x64 Pro, XP MCE

Yes, I think that 10 of those 12 fndings were probably located in my archives, but I didn't know which. I am somewhat of a lazy pack rat, and tend to never throw anything out, on the off chance that I may some day need it. However, it is surprising how many files all of those zips, rars, etc. contain (about 75% of the total count). If I specifically knew which of those contained the detected malware, I wouldn't have a problem deleting them, but I don't.

I know that I should go through all of the archives weeding out unnecessary items, but that is a chore that I'm really not up for.

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