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Has anybody seen this, 'dsEcc9.BAT' ? Online Armor firewall blocked it from running, looks like a batch file. :huh:

Can't find what it does.

:)

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Hi acme,

And that batch file was invoked, when you were trying to run ... "what"? :rolleyes:

Then, you can attach the content of the file. That can help

Cheers!

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Hi acme,

And that batch file was invoked, when you were trying to run ... "what"? :rolleyes:

Then, you can attach the content of the file. That can help

Cheers!

I don't know what started it, been away from the computer for several hours. :blush:

:)

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Well... In this case just post the rule created , so OA experts can see at least the path (and/or other info)

If you can find the said <>.bat please do what was suggested above.

Keep in mind, though if that was in some "\Temp\" area - the file may've been removed already by the Software that created it. Sometimes those can be dynamically created

... and/or if you used some junk cleaning Tools afterwards you will not find it as well.

In both cases just keep an eye on it next time

I mean the similar event when you are present & "driving" your PC :)

Cheers!

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In OA History left-click the blocked rule once (this will make it a darker red)

Then right-click on the rule and select copy to clipboard.

Then copy and paste here what that info on the clipboard says.

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