I am using Windows 10(64-bit). So I cloned a repository through git-bash in my home directory just for testing but when I have been done with that repo. I decided to delete that directory and successfully deleted but that repo reappeared again and again after some days. How is this possible? So below are the methods I already tried:-
- First one obviously, right clicked on repo and clicked on "Delete"
- With cmd:-
rmdir /s /q filename
- In git-bash:-
rm -rf filename
So all above methods worked but the strange thing is how it is reappearing and the most strange part is that git repo is not a repo now! Instead it is just a normal folder containing a sub folder named "Pictures" and which in turn contains "Saved Pictures" and "Camera Roll" that contains nothing. This is the current directory structure:-
"ptf" was the name of git repo(Pentester's Framework)
So my question is:- Is anything similar happened to anybody and how to permanently delete that folder?