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    Autoruns Task Scheduler Entries

    by krd67 ·

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    Task Scheduler shows a number of duplicated entries that shows odd Publisher name and timestamp.I have pasted an example.
    Windows host process (Rundll32) (Verified) 鬒洽ᑺĀ○○ c:\windows\system32\rundll32.exe 1967-07-01 11:25 AM
    There is actually 4 exact same entries and then there is other duplicate entries showing same verification and time stamps. I never saw this before in any other Autoruns that I have had installed

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    • #2414064

      Why keep them?

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to Autoruns Task Scheduler Entries

      If you suspect these entries, why keep them?

      Also, what tools/scanners do you use for malware, trojans and such?

      • #2414058

        Why keep them

        by krd67 ·

        In reply to Why keep them?

        I haven’t notice anything else that is suspicious looking but will proceed to delete these entries. I only use the Wins 10 Defender as my sole protection

        • #2414057

          A nod to.

          by rproffitt ·

          In reply to Why keep them

          Bleepingcomputer.com has scanners and more they use. It’s often crowded and the wait varies but if I needed to get my machine scanned and the results commented on, that’s where I would go.

          For me I have my own methods and scan tools but bleeping is where I send my friends when they can’t let me have the laptop for a day.

        • #2414056

          Why keep them

          by krd67 ·

          In reply to A nod to.

          Thx. Robert for the advice I will head over to BC to have a scan done.
          It’s comforting to know I can always rely on such good Advice from this site.

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