Curse you FedEx Kinkos and your sloppy Anti-Malware procedures. My biz USB key with my portable work now has key-logging malware and other crap that I don't want on it.
So folks, if you happen to use a USB key and plugged it into a public computer, and your PC starts acting funny, check your little baby for malware by clicking on
1.) TOOLS drop down menu
2.) Select FOLDER OPTIONS
3.) Click on VIEW tab
4.) (Scroll down to "Show Hidden Files and Folders" Make sure that is checked off!
5.) Uncheck "Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)"
Then root around in your User Folder in "Documents and Settings" You may find some random and unfamiliar *.scr and *.exe files that are sucking up system resources.
These are nasty little things that I picked up from my forays to Kinkos to print material. I only noticed them after I get back home and noticed the office comp starting to act weird.
Oh and if you don't know what to look for, ask someone you trust who knows what their doing and can spot malware.
THANKS Kinkos! (At this point I'm considering putting a condom on my USB key.)
Thankfully Google allows me to mail stuff to myself. God knows what key logger software is on their Kinkos comps...
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