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Unread postby nerus » December 20th, 2007, 8:52 pm

Hi,
does anybody know, what this means? (HiJack-Report ADS)

D:\...\fisch01_unvollstaendig.pdf : Q30lsldxJoudresxAaaqpcawXc (7272 bytes)
D:\...\imgp1879.jpg : Q30lsldxJoudresxAaaqpcawXc (7188 bytes)
D:\...\START8.BMP : Q30lsldxJoudresxAaaqpcawXc (5240 bytes)

Thank you for help
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Re: jpg, pdf .. with "Q30lsldxJoudresxAaaqpcawXc" in HiJack Rep

Unread postby SpotCheckBilly » December 25th, 2007, 9:01 pm

Hello nerus,

According to information found Here, Microsoft Index server adds these streams to files that you have "indexed" by Index server.

D:\...\fisch01_unvollstaendig.pdf = path and filename -- in this case in Adobe Acrobat file: Q30lsldxJoudresxAaaqpcaw = indexing identifier 7272 bytes = file size

Nothing dangerous there. You can ignore them. if you're having some problems, post back here with a HijackThis log and they'll be happy to take a look at it for you.:wave:


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Re: jpg, pdf .. with "Q30lsldxJoudresxAaaqpcawXc" in HiJack Rep

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