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Yes. The printer kiosk has an Operating System that could itself be infected and infecting other devices that are connected to it. On the one hand, such system will be used by a large number of users, so the chance that a previously infected usb drive was connected there is quite high. One would assume that the design of such system should have taken into ...


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My question is, is it more likely that I have an unrelated virus on my own computer, or that my python program is being treated as a virus. I think your python program is being treated as a virus. Why? See here This signature detects Trojan.Bayrob communicating and requesting information from its controlling server. And you are trying to connect ...


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A rootkit is a program. As such, it has to be installed. You have copied a number of files. One of them could be a copy of the presumed malware. A malicious file by itself is not dangerous. You would need to somehow execute it. Eg. a malicious .exe is not dangerous for a Windows computer until it is executed. for instance the user double-clicks it. That's ...


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They can auto infect any USB stick you plug in. There's even ones that hide in the firmware of the stick and jump over without you knowing.


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