Xeaaq

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  1. Okay thank you. Is it ok to just delete those EEK Temp files after the scan or what should I do with them?
  2. I quarantined it for now and turned off my PC since I need to go to bed.
  3. I was doing a full scan after a normal scan and at about 75% it detected malware in C:\Users\(username)\AppData\Local\Temp\EEK\(Some random numbers and letters).zip -> (other random numbers and letters).dat It says it's Gen:Variant.Ursu.198004 (B). I think it said that that specific type isn't known and provided a list to check if the category explains what kinda malware it is. I can't check right now though since I can't access the internet with my PC right now. I put a file of the same type in the quarantine when I did the first scan since I wasn't sure if it was a false positive or an actual detection, so it might be detecting something in the quarantine. I use Windows 10 x64 and I did this scan in safe mode. The reason I did the scan in safe mode is because I wanted to make sure there isn't anything wrong with my PC before using it and I'm kind of overprotective if that's the right word to use. I'm using the latest version of EEK. EEK didn't detect anything other than the program I put in quarantine so I don't think the temp files are infected by a virus. The program I put in quarantine was a joke spambot I made myself so I don't think it's a virus or anything like that, unless it's infected by a virus and I think thats really unlikely. Edit: I'm going to add that right now I just want to know if I can delete or quarantine this file so I can turn off my PC and go to bed. I can give more details tomorrow if this is a bug or something so it can be fixed.