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    Hello .

    I carried out a rootkit scan this morning and found the following :-

    Scan.jpg

    Can someone please tell me if these are legitimate or should they be removed .


    Many Thanks

    Gwalch
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    Hello Gwalch Y Mor,

    Please copy paste the scan result, (flagged items) into thread. See other topics in this RootAlyzer forum for examples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashi View Post
    Hello Gwalch Y Mor,

    Please copy paste the scan result, (flagged items) into thread. See other topics in this RootAlyzer forum for examples.

    Best regards.

    Here are the scan results :-

    RootAlyzer Quick Scan Results

    Files in Windows folder
    ----------------------------------------
    718 files tested.
    No hidden files detected.
    ========================================

    Files in System folder
    ----------------------------------------
    2817 files tested.
    No hidden files detected.
    ========================================

    Global run entries
    ----------------------------------------
    2 keys and 5 values tested.
    No hidden entries detected.
    ========================================

    Winlogon entries
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    12 keys tested.
    No hidden entries detected.
    ========================================

    Invisible processes (from handles)
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    40 handle process IDs for 41 processes tested.
    No hidden processes detected.
    ========================================

    Invisible processes (from threads)
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    41 processes tested.
    No hidden processes detected.
    ========================================









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    :: RootAlyzer Results
    File:"No admin in ACL","C:\WINDOWS\{00000005-00000000-00000006-00001102-00000004-20021102}.CDF"
    File:"No admin in ACL","C:\WINDOWS\system32\Defaults\EA0004_20021102{59639116-11D1-D955-A000-9D9D737F8EC9}.rdf"
    File:"No admin in ACL","C:\WINDOWS\system32\Defaults\MX0004_20021102{1B2D3721-11d6-5795-D000-869CD73B8EB7}.rdf"
    File:"No admin in ACL","C:\WINDOWS\system32\Defaults\MX0004_20021102{48FCFB81-480E-11d7-9C86-00D0B78E3BD7}.rdf"
    File:"No admin in ACL","C:\WINDOWS\system32\Defaults\MX0004_20021102{59639116-11D1-D955-A000-9D9D737F8EC9}.rdf"
    File:"No admin in ACL","C:\WINDOWS\system32\Defaults\MX0004_20021102{8C0F8B81-11D1-DE1A-4544-24B700005453}.rdf"
    File:"No admin in ACL","C:\WINDOWS\system32\Defaults\MX0004_20021102{9D74D2A0-11D1-DAE5-A000-9D9D737F8EC9}.rdf"
    File:"No admin in ACL","C:\WINDOWS\system32\Defaults\MX0004_20021102{B591EC40-11D1-DBC3-A000-9D9D737F8EC9}.rdf"
    File:"No admin in ACL","C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\SLDL\3b87ee8e-1763-4870-a60b-b392320ec8a0\73bacb43-a684-44dc-83a9-b3641b27f003"



    Gwalch

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    Hello Gwalch Y Mor,

    It appears Creative Sound Blaster Audigy was flagged for some reason. In general all items found by the RootAlyzer are not necessarily malicious but shows items it believes to be out of the ordinary.

    How is the computer running?

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    Thanks for the reply .

    Regarding the PC, well, I have had some serious problems with it. The machine started to switch off suddenly without warning and now it boots up for a couple of seconds the switches off . I think this might be a hardware issue , I will keep you posted .


    Gwalch

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    Hi Gwalch,
    Quote Originally Posted by Gwalch Y Mor View Post
    Thanks for the reply .

    Regarding the PC, well, I have had some serious problems with it. The machine started to switch off suddenly without warning and now it boots up for a couple of seconds the switches off . I think this might be a hardware issue , I will keep you posted .
    Would you like the link to a tech forum to ask for advice? Free, just need to register there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashi View Post
    Hi Gwalch,


    Would you like the link to a tech forum to ask for advice? Free, just need to register there.
    The PC has been striped down and inspected by someone more qualified than me. So far the Motherboard looks fine , no damaged capacitors or any sign of overheating.All cables and leads are connected properly , CPU and RAM works . In the process of checking Power Supply for possible fault .

    If all of the mentioned hardware turn out to be in working order, I will most certainly be interested in registering with the tech forum.

    Regards

    Gwalch

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    The PC has been re-assembled with a new Power Supply and everything is running fine .

    Apparently there was a budget Power Supply installed in the PC originally , this was not pushing out the correct voltages (so I have been told) and could have damaged my Motherboard . It just shows that it's not a good idea to install cheap hardware into a computer.

    Gwalch

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    Good, thank you for letting us know!
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