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    Good deal

    Use this tool to remove quarantined items:

    Please download KpRm by Kernel-panik and save to your Desktop.
    • Click on KpRm.exe to run the tool.

    Vista/Windows 7/8/10 users right-click and select Run As Administrator.
    • Put a check mark next to these items:

    - Delete tools
    - Delete now
    • Click the "Run" button.


    • When the tool has finished, it will create and open a log report and delete itself.
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    Done, on my PC

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    I just looked at C:\ProgramData\Spybot - Search & Destroy\Quarantine using PowerDesk.

    There are 146 files in this folder, including Generic.Ransom.VxLock.886DC9DE;Generic.Ransom.VxLock.*.zip The other zip files date from 2019.

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    KpRm .txt file
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    # Run at 2022-04-23 15:51:47
    # KpRm (Kernel-panik) version 2.9.3
    # Website https://kernel-panik.me/tool/kprm/
    # Run by Chris from C:\Users\Chris\Desktop
    # Computer Name: MOLLY
    # OS: Windows 7 X86 (7601) Service Pack 1
    # Number of passes: 2

    - Checked options -

    ~ Delete Tools
    ~ Delete Quarantines

    - Delete Tools -

    [I] No tools found

    -- KPRM finished in 1.67s --

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    Files are dated 2022-02-26 thru 2022-04-23 and from 2019-10-07

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    Would it be safe for me to delete all files in C:\ProgramData\Spybot - Search & Destroy\Logs ?

    Or just Check*.txt files?

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    If their in a quarantine folder those files aren't going anywhere but, I'm unsure which exactly can be deleted without it effecting the program in some way.
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    This might help

    false positive in 2019, Gen.Variant.Graftor:
    https://forums.spybot.info/showthrea...ht=#post482945
    That was a false positive from dropbox. Though for there to be 146 files in quarantine, some could just be old .zip files quarantined from usage tracks, if he scans for those, or various other little things.
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    Glad we could help.
    Since this issue appears resolved ... this Topic is closed.
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