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Suspicious BS1 Enterprise 2.58 Crack.exe file in my computer


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I have downloaded the BS1 enterprise from a website, asked for code.

I downloaded the BS1.Enterprise.2.58.crack from the website. Once downloaded, it requested me to extract all the files to a folder when I clicked on the downloaded zip file.

I then clicked on the BS1.Enterprise.2.58.crack.exe in the file and the file disappeared from that folder. and nothing happened differently from the BS1 software, it still request the code.

I suspect it's a hacking file that intrude into my system without my knowledge now. scanning my comp but nothing suspicious found. Please advice and help. Attached with the file downloaded. Thank you...
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Unfortunately this is of your own making - no cracked programme is free - as you are now finding out. We do not condone or assist with illegal software, apart from removal

If you want the illegal software removed I will do it, if you are going to keep it then I cannot and will not assist
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Due to lack of feedback, this topic has been closed.

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