Hey guy's just had a question. Woke up this morning and started the computer up hitman pro was doing a scan [ love this program ] and it found a file WAX175B.Tmp labeled as a Remnant so i chose to remove it, it wanted a reboot so i did. Upon reboot it loaded like the computer was brand new with no apps no saved programs or anything just like a fresh new computer would look like, this would be the 2nd time this has done it to me. The first time if caught a file called StateRepository-machine.srd-shm also labeled as a Remnant. Both times it loaded like a new computer,so after both reloads i just did a reboot and the computer went back to normal as if nothing happened. Did a Google search and comes up with nothing, odd to me.
And i just seen i put this in the completely wrong part of the forum, im so sorry. If it can be moved please do so
This is the note from Hitman Pro.
Computer name . . . . : 4B11-PC
Windows . . . . . . . : 10.0.0.10586.X64/8
User name . . . . . . : 4B11-PC\4B11
UAC . . . . . . . . . : Enabled
License . . . . . . . : Paid (190 days left)
Scan date . . . . . . : 2016-06-26 05:33:27
Scan mode . . . . . . : Quick
Scan duration . . . . : 3m 45s
Disk access mode . . : Direct disk access (SRB)
Cloud . . . . . . . . : Internet
Reboot . . . . . . . : Yes
Threats . . . . . . . : 0
Traces . . . . . . . : 2
Objects scanned . . . : 4,590
Files scanned . . . . : 4,590
Remnants scanned . . : 0 files / 0 keys
Suspicious files ____________________________________________________________
C:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\AppData\Local\Temp\WAX175B.tmp -> PendingDelete
Size . . . . . . . : 1,798,144 bytes
Age . . . . . . . : -0.0 days (2016-06-26 05:33:24)
Entropy . . . . . : 3.0
SHA-256 . . . . . : 6DA45CF39FC4CAC9EC913F1B3B8DFD94EE40C45736DA0A44D83266192F447611
Fuzzy . . . . . . : 22.0
Time indicates that the file appeared recently on this computer.
The file name extension of this program is not common.
Program is running but currently exposes no human-computer interface (GUI).
Authors name is missing in version info. This is not common to most programs.
Version control is missing. This file is probably created by an individual. This is not typical for most programs.
The file is in use by one or more active processes.
The file is located in a folder that contains core operating system files from Windows. This is not typical for most programs and is only common to system tools, drivers and hacking utilities.
Hope this helps, I try and take every precaution but you know how that goes sometimes
Edited by 4B11TMR, 26 June 2016 - 07:23 AM.