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#1 TaintedShirt


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Posted 19 October 2009 - 04:38 PM

Wanted to say thanks for the work you guys do. :thumbsup: I recently followed a guide on removing Cyber Security to clean a friends netbook. Worked perfectly so thanks from both of us. She baked me a cake by way of thanks and if you guys were here I'd have offered a slice to you, mind you only a small slice as the cake was gorgeous.

I also have a query about the method used. In step 2 and 3 I downloaded and ran rkill.bat. Being slightly curious I have opened this in notepad to see what it does. I understand @echo off. But I don't understand how the rest of it (the next two lines) actually stops the process. I would have thought it would actually start the program. It's been a long time since I did any coding to any extent so I am probably missing something very obvious.

Thanks for any help clearing my confusion. :flowers:

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