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[Q]Strange folder : .eCtcQjbu1dgnvtFnvnr6yepTp1M=

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26th September 2014, 02:40 AM   |  #11  
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office suite
no it's definitely office Suite
26th September 2014, 08:11 PM   |  #12  
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Every android update we are getting an extra folder lol

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27th September 2014, 04:59 PM   |  #13  
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The .nomedia file that is usually created to hide media (audio/video) is a zero byte file. This OTOH, is an 80 byte file with some gibberish that appears to be encoded in various languages. Definitely a marker file from some malicious programme. Could be even towelroot!

Here's the text from the .nomedia file copied from es file explorer text editor:
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18th October 2014, 10:49 PM   |  #14  
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Yes, But, Why, And Why Now...
Just got this folder with cryptic extension .eCtcQjbu1dgnvtFnvnr6yepTp1M= an hour ago, with its 1 KB .nomedia file (*), when I resumed my tablet on the PC USB (99% held ok for 9 hours),

BUTWindows (7) also complained that the external sdcard (the location of said) needed to be scanned...which...was also all okay (after a lengthy scan time on 16 GB)...

I have the uptodate OfficeSuite 7 ( version 7.5.2129; USB storage in use by the PC), as well as the oem OfficeSuite (ver 1.5.290; enabled but never used)...

(N.B. Sometimes when I turn On the USB storage the estrongs file manager app will complain.)


* .nomedia says 4XLOцXn@;!O.b)=}lC6 uȋA{bg=T QA&b0E
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