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    MacBook Random filename a Virus!!!!
    Hi All,


    I had problem with my MacBook which generates random files on each Folders. Now I'm attaching the screen shots of that.Help me to solve this Problem.

    Thanks for helps and Suggestions,
    Regards,
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    I wonder if Finder somehow get set to show all hidden files?

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    Back to my old 2.2GHz C2D MB after selling my MBP and wondering what my next Mac will be :)
    As above..... and I'd be interested to see what 'get info' brings up for any of these files!

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    You don't have a virus, because there are no viruses for the Mac.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6string View Post
    As above..... and I'd be interested to see what 'get info' brings up for any of these files!
    Hi, Now I am attaching the file Info and while trying to double click it opens in Property List Editor.



    I'm afraid may this will be the worst virus.
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    lolkid ~ think we have us a troll trying to convince us he has a serious virus!

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    Sounds serious to me. I'd call the National Guard immediately.

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