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Postbuild.exe files in a temp folder. Malware? can I delete them?


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#1 alagrange

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Posted 12 October 2013 - 08:06 PM

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I had infections like babylon, delta and similar

 

In C:/programdata/temp folder I have 4 postbuild.exe files, of different dates.

no program like Ccleaner or malwarebytes deletes them

 

1) how they , postbuild.exe files, orginate?

I guess that  they might be related to cyberlink programs like powerdvd10 or power2go (this last one I have deleted) but I am not sure.

 

2) can they be malware?

 

3) can I 100% safely delete them? is a good idea to just rename them and if there is nothing strange delete them then?

 

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Posted 12 October 2013 - 08:21 PM

File details of most used file with name "postbuild.exe"

Digital Signature: CyberLink


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