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Old 04-27-2013, 01:03 PM   #1
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Default Question for Adobe Windows Users

The program Malwarebytes found what it things is a backdoor program on my computer. I'm wondering if, maybe, this is actually an Adobe "call home" file that needs to be there. So could some of you check and see if you have it too.

Look in C:\Users\yourcomputername\AppData\Roaming\Adobe Systems

Depending which version of Windows you are using, the AppData folder might have a different (but similar) name.

On my computer that folder exists, and there was only one file in it called Set.bin.

Or, does anyone know what this file is. Searching the Internet turns up nothing for me.

   
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