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Windows 7: Curious Window

14 Dec 2018   #1

win 7 X64 Ultimate SP1
Curious Window

I get window every once in awhile like the post. I haven't been able to stop it so far. Has any one else got some experience with it?

Curious Window-wierd-win.png

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14 Dec 2018   #2

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Vista x64 / 7 X64

It is malware.

Run a few antivirus scanners. I would suggest Malwarebytes first.

Eset does a useful free online scan.

Online Malware Detection | ESET
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14 Dec 2018   #3

win 7 X64 Ultimate SP1

Has something to do with "". Amazon shows it as software.

Norton security couldn't find it
Spybot couldn't find it

Removed two references to it from the registry.

Eset found 12+ unwanted references. I failed to identify any with "". I have a good opinion of Eset.
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