E:\gardinerpkg1.rdz » ZIP » 1130506650_0.pcl - error - password-protected file

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by RichardLynch, May 19, 2011.

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  1. RichardLynch

    RichardLynch Registered Member

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    I've got no clue what's in this thing, and it's actually the "C" drive I had to pull out because it was so infected it couldn't run anything as rundll32.exe couldn't be found, even though there is something of that name of approximately the right size/age in the usual place...

    I pulled the drive and mounted in another box and replaced rundll32.exe and am now scanning, but I wonder if I should just nuke this or leave it...

    Google had nothing.

    I can put it online if somebody at ESET wants to peek into it. I assume you can hack a zip password easily enough, even if I can't. :)
     
  2. ThomasC

    ThomasC Former ESET Support Rep

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    You can always submit any suspicious file samples to our virus lab for processing to help ensure that we detect the files appropriately. Additionally, if you have no use of the password protected archive and cannot access it, I would recommend simply deleting it.
     
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