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Hope this the right N/G for this post.
Just ran a virus scan (Kaspersky 6) on my computer (Windows XP Pro SP2)
deleted: Trojan program Trojan-Downloader.Win32.Zlob.bic File:
F:\RECYCLER\S-1-5-21-1614895754-879983540-1801674531-1003\Df1\BibblePatch\run.exe//PE_Patch.UPX//UPX//stream//data0006
that were located on  F:/Recyclear
  & I noticed that this recycler folder was on all 5 drives & I had never
noticed this Recyclear thing before (The same on all& NOT recycle bin) I
guess my question is can I delete these folders safely & will they come back
?
     Thanks for info



Re: REcyclear


| Hope this the right N/G for this post.
| Just ran a virus scan (Kaspersky 6) on my computer (Windows XP Pro SP2)
| deleted: Trojan program Trojan-Downloader.Win32.Zlob.bic File:
|
F:\RECYCLER\S-1-5-21-1614895754-879983540-1801674531-1003\Df1\BibblePatch\run.exe//PE_
| Patch.UPX//UPX//stream//data0006
| that were located on  F:/Recyclear
|   & I noticed that this recycler folder was on all 5 drives & I had never
| noticed this Recyclear thing before (The same on all& NOT recycle bin) I
| guess my question is can I delete these folders safely & will they come back
| ?
|      Thanks for info


S-1-5-21-1614895754-879983540-1801674531-1003  is the Security Identifier (SID)
of a user
and represents that person's Recycle Bin.  Every user on a Windows platform has
a uniqque
SID.

If Kaspersky can NOT clean that infector then each user should logon and dump
their Recycle
Bin the re-scan the system.

--
Dave
http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
http://www.ik-cs.com/got-a-virus.htm



Re: REcyclear

Lombardi wrote:
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F:\RECYCLER\S-1-5-21-1614895754-879983540-1801674531-1003\Df1\BibblePatch\run.exe//PE_Patch.UPX//UPX//stream//data0006
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NTFS vs. FAT32

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Re: REcyclear

on 29 Dec 2006, something possessed Lombardi to write:

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Recylear or Recycler?  The Recycler folder, AFAIK, IS the folder that
recyclebin files are placed in.  On this machine, I don't have a seperate
partition, but if you right click on recycle bin, and click properties,
you'll see that its set to allocate a certain percentage of each
harddrive for recyclebin (which to me on a Windows machine means each
hard-drive partition, since each windows partition is assigned a drive
letter, but I could be wrong there).

Now, if this trojan downloader was ever active, you're not out of the
woods yet.  You still need to make sure that it wasn't able to dial home
and download malware.  For this, you should run David Lipman's multi-av
utility thingie.  Good luck.

Cheers,

Will

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