sintax Posted May 27, 2008 Share Posted May 27, 2008 Hello all, I have a rather long story, but the short version of it is that at one point during school I inserted a switchblade drive (this is the reason I label my drives, I've got 2 U3s) into a Windows 2000 machine, and since I didn't know it was a switchblade drive, I did not hold shift. The virus scanner (OfficeScan) popped up with a few detections, which I assumed were a few of the progs I had written myself or had on my thumb drive, and since it didn't delete them, I just ignored it. (Oh, and for the record it's GonZor's payload) About a month later I was called down to the office, as two "hacking tools" as they called them were discovered on my account. They gave me the names: firepassword.exe (the firefox password dumper) and Cache A dump (no idea what this is, it could have been cachea.dump, knowing the idiots I was dealing with) How could these two files, or evidence of these two files, have been left behind? Also, if you have another spare moment, I could use a few suggestions about how to get myself out of this. Thanks -Sintax Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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