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carmen-jane

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There are files on my computer that are encrypted, files that shouldn't be.
i have come across "cryptneturlcache" and as i don't know what it is and my husband is away for a week so i cannot ask him.
is it possible that this is the cause of my problem.
all messenger files seem to be encrypted along with some others.
can you please help me.
i am at my wits end.
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You need to go to the malware forum and see if you have a trojan or rootkit on your computer.

http://www.geekstogo...o_Here-f37.html

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so are you saying i need to post this question in there? Or that Cryptneturl is a virus?
thanks
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I wouldn't delete the files until I knew they are malicious. They seem to be connected to the software certification process that Microsoft uses to verify drivers and software that you download from the web.
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