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Dupe CW to answer

Although this is a useful answer, we have a [community wiki](http://superuser.com/questions/100360/what-to-do-if-my-computer-is-infected-by-a-virus-or-a-malware) to describe how to perform a disinfection. Please feel free to add your own method or edit the answers already given to suit your method. Please refer the OP of questions about disinfection to this community wiki and close to vote as a duplicate if you can and if it is appropriate.

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answered Ubuntu Server Edition: useful for the home user?
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answered Is there an application to check a site for infections?
May
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comment Windows Media Player 11 doesn't download codecs for avi files
The reason fot that is also mentioned in my answer.
May
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revised How to disable check of free disk space before copying files?
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May
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revised Laserjet Experts: How many power cycles per month?
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answered Windows Media Player 11 doesn't download codecs for avi files
May
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comment Is jucheck.exe a virus?
Tha majority of the non-MS-developed programs are unsigned...
May
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answered Can Blu Ray Videos be Played on a Computer that Has no Blu Ray Player?
May
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comment On Linux/Unix, does .tar.gz versus .zip matter?
Extension doesn't matter at all, it's just used for reference by users and programs. If the extension is .XXX and you know it's .tar, you could still use tar to untar it. .tgz and .tar.gz are both in fact the same extensions and files with these extensions would be similar.
May
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answered On Linux/Unix, does .tar.gz versus .zip matter?
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May
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comment How does Google Chrome store passwords?
This should provide you with an explanation of its workings: msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms995355.aspx
May
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revised What's Keeping My Computer Awake?
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May
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comment How does Google Chrome store passwords?
There is no "master password". CryptProtectData is a Windows API, Windows actually does all the encryption and retrieval, the encryption key is dependent on your user account and system.
May
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answered Print blog entry without comments
May
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comment How does Google Chrome store passwords?
No but if your computer is hijacked/infected, browser passwords could easily be recovered without you noticing. Once again, all I'm pointing out is that there's no 100% failproof password storage for browsers... Just answering your question about their safety.
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answered Is jucheck.exe a virus?
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comment How does Google Chrome store passwords?
Check the answer of sblair. Note that there is a possibility of decryption, no matter how it is stored. With the proper software, anyone could decrypt it. When you have logged into your Windows account until the moment you log out, your passwords are completely usable and completely viewable. Just indicating that there is not a 100% safe solution of storing browser passwords.
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answered How does Google Chrome store passwords?
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answered Linux Mounting Problem