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#1 Sangria1964

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Posted 04 February 2009 - 02:31 PM

I am constantly getting a login window for a guest user appearing. The window has keys in the top left coner and show like it has an option to change user names but wont allow it. I searched my computer and have found one text file under C:temp that has the same string of characters in it. As follows:

11/23/08 15:21:51 CommandLine: hponicifs01.exe -a 192.168.1.103 -h HP06E77C -nbtname %-nbtname% -share memory_card
11/23/08 15:21:52 Update hosts file with NetBIOS name "HP00215A06E77C" and IP address "192.168.1.103".
11/23/08 15:21:53 Mapped network drive (Z: => \\HP00215A06E77C\memory_card) successfully.
11/23/08 15:21:53 hponicifs returning with exit code 0x0.

I recently purcahsed a new HPL7780 Printer and wonder if it has anything to do with this or if I have a trojan. This only started two days ago.

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#2 garmanma

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Posted 04 February 2009 - 04:05 PM

Yes it shows that it has something to do with a HP All in One printer
Are you sharing this printer over a network?
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