There are nine files in the folder, one a video aptly titled Video, two PNG files, two .EXE files (one is called BgLicTool and the other BullGuard90_64), a file called licensekey.dat, a VBScript file called Bullguard, and two Windows Command Scripts named License and Install. Are any of these legitimate files? Can I delete them without problems? Kaspersky can't quarantine them and I haven't tried to move or delete them. I haven't run either of the EXE files or opened the video or images. I would just go ahead and delete them but I've had serious problems trying to remove fake programs before =/ The more I type the sillier this question seems but I thought I'd make sure.
I'm running Windows 7 64-bit, don't know if that helps. The computer is slower than usual but nothing else weird's been happening other than finding these files.
EDIT: Looks like another user's having a problem related to mine, with descriptions of finding files they don't recognise. I've found one other folder with sub-folders that I don't recognise and can't figure out what it belongs to. The two unrecognised (to me) folders claim to have content from/were last edited one year ago today but I'm not sure that's really relevant.
Edited by Lilac P, 13 December 2011 - 10:20 PM.