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cmpipcat folder and txtalcab application


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Posted 19 August 2015 - 08:26 AM

I've found a running process called "bronapac.exe", which resides in /Windows/cmpipcat folder.  Also in this folder is "txtalcab.exe" app.  When I try to execute txtalcab.exe I'm faced with a small logon window.  My user/admin password does not work with it.  Searching the web for these files and this folder yields nothing.  Nada.  I have no idea what this is or how it got installed, but I suspect something sketchy.  I'll scan with  everything I've got.... avast, malwarebytes, spybot s&d, adwcleaner.... again and see anything comes up.

 

Any idea on how to identify what this is?



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Posted 19 August 2015 - 06:19 PM

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