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Help...USERNAME.exe in my pendrive..

Discussion in 'General Security' started by sathyabee, Oct 22, 2009.

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  1. sathyabee

    sathyabee Thread Starter

    Oct 22, 2009
    I copied a file from my friend's laptop..
    And after i copied i saw that he had a virus called username.exe and it created a "keshav.exe" in every folder of his laptop... (n):(
    each is a un-openable, un-deletable, exe file of 178 kb...
    Now its in my pendrive...(n):eek::eek::eek:
    How can i get rid of it in my pendrive and his laptop...
    Formatting the pendrive doesn't work...(n):(:(:confused::confused:

    Luckily i din put it in my PC so its still safe..:cool:
    But there is an important file i want to copy from the pendrive..:D:confused::confused:
    Pls help...
    Thanks in advance...
  2. Cookiegal

    Cookiegal Administrator Malware Specialist Coordinator

    Aug 27, 2003
    The General Security forum is only for general questions regarding security software and things of that nature but not for actually removing malware as we have qualified helpers who are the only members who are authorized to assist with those matters. You can easily identify them as they have either a gold or blue shield beside their usernames. Please refer to this excerpt from the rules:


    I'm going to close this thread and ask you to repost in the Malware Removal & HijackThis Logs forum for the proper assistance.
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