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    Default Some red flagged items I need help with

    Hi

    I received an email from Google this morning saying that someone from Germany had tried to access my Google account, but Google blocked them from accessing it. I changed my password, ran a virus scan and downloaded SpyBot. I ran RootAlyzer. I'm concerned about the following red flagged items.

    File:"No admin in ACL","C:\ProgramData\Cisco Systems\Cisco Connect\Log\logfile.CiscoConnect_exe.txt"
    File:"No admin in ACL","C:\ProgramData\Cisco Systems\Cisco Connect\Log\logfile.CiscoConnect_exe_1.txt"
    File:"No admin in ACL","C:\ProgramData\Cisco Systems\Cisco Connect\Log\logfile.CiscoConnect_exe_2.txt"
    File:"No admin in ACL","C:\ProgramData\Cisco Systems\Cisco Connect\Log\logfile.CiscoConnect_exe_3.txt"
    File:"No admin in ACL","C:\ProgramData\Cisco Systems\Cisco Connect\Log\logfile.CiscoConnect_exe_4.txt"
    RegyKey:"No admin in ACL","HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE","\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Nsi\{eb004a11-9b1a-11d4-9123-0050047759bc}\","8"
    RegyKey:"No admin in ACL","HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE","\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Nsi\{eb004a11-9b1a-11d4-9123-0050047759bc}\","8"

    My computer's been running a little slow, but not bad. I've had no major problems. I'm running Windows 8 on a Dell Inspiron laptop.

    Thanks for any help you can provide!

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    Hello samkat,

    Those items don't appear to be an issue. Cisco is a router company.

    In general all items found by the RootAlyzer are not necessarily malicious. The RootAlyzer shows items which it believes to be out of the ordinary and may give a hint for an infection.
    The RootAlyzer is an analyst tool, it is not a scan and fix tool like the System or File Scan.
    http://forums.spybot.info/showthread...l=1#post442397

    Quote Originally Posted by samkat View Post
    I received an email from Google this morning saying that someone from Germany had tried to access my Google account, but Google blocked them from accessing it. I changed my password, ran a virus scan
    Such doesn't necessarily mean the computer itself is infected. It was a good idea to change your password, have you experienced any issues since Google first made contact?

    Best regards.
    Microsoft MVP Reconnect 2018-
    Windows Insider MVP 2016-2018
    Microsoft Consumer Security MVP 2006-2016

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