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nabz0r    136

Hi,

 

Yesterday I woke up and sat on my work laptop and I saw there was a deleted folder in the trash can, I opened it and saw this file "backup_snapshot_for_v18_upgrade".

 

Now my question is what the heck is this file? Do I need to worry that there is a mitm? Or it is something that Windows 7 does by itself. Worth to mention that I have encryption on my computer (PGP Desktop) could it be something that it does? Sometimes I see copied & cut files/folders and I know that I haven't done them. I don't know if I am a little too much paranoid or there is something in the PC.

 

Edit: I restored the file from trash and there is snapshot.db, snapshot.db-shm & snapshot.db-wal files inside the folder.

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Nefarious Trigger    6,807

And it got there because... you sat on it?

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Hum    6,929

Run a Virus, Malware check.

 

Do a Registry check.

 

Otherwise Delete the folder.

 

 

Do you use Google Drive ...?

 

snapshot.db-shm snapshot.db-wal ... This procedure works if you disconnect and/or reinstall Google Drive and still have the db files from the ...

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nabz0r    136

And it got there because... you sat on it?

What do you mean?

 

I ran a virus, malaware check and found nothing.

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Nefarious Trigger    6,807

What do you mean?

 

 

Yesterday I woke up and sat on my work laptop

 

 

I'm confused...

 

The files you mentioned are SQLlite related

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Hum    6,929

Seems to be related to Google drive -- see above.

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nabz0r    136

I'm confused...

 

The files you mentioned are SQLlite related

Haha, that is not what I meant...

 

Thank you HUM, yup that might be the problem. :/

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