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  1. #1
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    Dec 2005

    AXEL.DAV malware

    Today in the afternoon I saw some malicious code that was running on the Windows XP computer. I dont know how that happened but I found out that the registry was overwritten and the documents and settings folder was replaced. When I tried to access the documents and settings folder then I got an error message saying that access denied. Then I used some recovery software to get back the documents that were lost which were word and excel files mostly. But when checking the lost and deleted folders on the hard drive I found out that they were containing some file called AXEL.DAV. Is there anyone who can tell me whether this is a virus or a safe file.

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    Jan 2006
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