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#1 Jase922


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Posted 13 December 2017 - 10:08 PM

Hello, yesterday I was doing some random stuff, and someone posted a screenshot link, without thinking much, I just clicked on the link, and it got downloaded automatically. I knew this is wrong, and It shouldn't be like that, so I did not open it, and deleted it immediately. I was so paranoid that it might have been a RAT, so I avoided a lot of personal things and tried getting anti-virus. Malwarebytes found nothing, and same thing with ESET, they just finish scanning in 40~ seconds. And now recently I found out, that the file was called "ScreenShot_351JPG51.scr" so I wrote this in to google and found this https://www.hybrid-analysis.com/sample/93d37abf9c812d4ba7f492b8ea7b1c1780d1d1e440bcfc9dcc5f1d2c66e67cdb?environmentId=120 


I don't really understand much about the thing that I found, but could I have got infected even if I did not open it? And how can I check to be sure, if I am indeed infected or not, what this thing is capable of?



Thank you

Edited by Jase922, 13 December 2017 - 10:09 PM.

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