I am helping out a friend in dealing with a software issue. He has a Windows machine that on startup executes a .exe file which we have been able to deconstruct into its corresponding .bat file. The execution of that file is expected.
In the .bat file, we see that it calls two other .exe files. They are called myScript5.exe and f11.exe. We are not able to decompile either .exe file as we don't know what language they were originally written in, and no .bat file appears in our temp folder when we execute them.
We know what f11.exe does, at least on the surface. We are pretty certain that it simulates an F11 keypress, essentially blowing up the current window into full screen mode.
We are not able to figure out what myScript5.exe does, except that it changes his mouse pointer to the "loading" icon; clicking anywhere reverts the mouse into the regular icon.
Both .exe files have a green square icon with a white Comic Sans "H". Would anyone know how we can try to decompile myScript5.exe, or if anyone is familiar with the icon I described? I personally think that both .exe files were downloaded from a website that publishes utility applications (such as blowing up a window into full screen mode).
Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!