Posted 01 July 2013 - 03:55 PM
NT AUTHORITY is typically a Windows profile used for shared folder settings. It has administrator capability. It is part of the OS.
If you recently updated your .net framework it accessed this windows profile.
It is highly unlikely that the NT AUTHORITY is the cause of your issues.
If you feel you have a specific malware issue please create a new topic in the Am I Infected, What do I do?
Describe your symptoms and steps taken to isolate the issue. List all scans done as well. If the person helping asks for out put then you can provide it.
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