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2.5 *gigs* of cruft?!!
-TaoPhoenix (February 11, 2014, 07:40 PM)
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Yeah, I have seen results like that too from Bleachbit.

I used to use these ways to hidden/encrypt files:
1.Hidden files function
2.Set multiple user accounts to access special folders
3.Create a quick batch script to password protect folder (google and you can found it, or contact me, I would like to send the codes to you.)
4.Password protect folder With 7-zip
5.Password protect folder by a third-part software such as kakasoft Folder Protector.

try the other way around, please. Run a full anti-virus and anti-malware scan.

-Curt (February 11, 2014, 08:49 AM)
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Thank you, Curt.

Ran full avast, Super-AS and MBAM scans.  Super-AS found 38 Adware/cookies but these would have been detected via quick-scan as well.

If the result is safe, the problem does not exist.
-Curt (February 11, 2014, 08:49 AM)
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Not sure what you mean but the problem still exists.  :(

Stoic Joker:
Have you tried an offline scan of the machine?

Have you tried an offline scan of the machine?
-Stoic Joker (February 13, 2014, 10:45 AM)
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+1! :Thmbsup: If Kapersky's offline scanner can't find or fix it, it's either not there - or it's not repairable and you'll need an OS restore to get around it.


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