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  • 3 September 2019
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Kaspersky Internet Security gives me warnings about some .js files archived in a second hard drive - see attached list. I cannot find the files in the e-mails location indicated by Kaspersky. Are these files dangereous? How can I find and I delete them?
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Best answer by Flood and Flood's wife 3 September 2019, 08:44

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KIS gives me warnings about some .js files archived in a second hard drive - see attached list. I cannot find the files in the e-mails location indicated by Kaspersky. Are these files dangereous? How can I find and I delete them?
Hello @goprea
Welcome!
Please go to
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Select More Tools
In Tools window, select Reports
In Reports window, select Detailed Reports > from Category, select Detected Objects, select Export, save the exported file as a .txt file & upload using the "upload" icon, in your reply please?
  1. What was running/active on the computer when KIS detected the objects?
  2. Have you run a full scan since the detections?
  3. Has the computer been shutdown, using full shutdown method, since the detections?
  4. Is KIS updating automatically?
  5. Also, please tell us:
  6. Operating system name? version? build?
  7. KIS version? patch(x)? x=letter, free? or licensed? (see note at the end of my reply)
Please post back?
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Hi,
Attached is the txt file.
I just instaled Windows 10 PRO and then immediately after that Kaspersky Internet Security and after Updateting the latest softawre I started right away the Full Scan. I hade a Data / Backup hard Drive and it is there in Miscrosoft Live Mail old files that the "dangerous" .js files were found.
I restarted the ocmputer ones after I did the Scan
Yes, KIS is updating automatically
W10 PRO x 64, v1903, Built 18362.239
KIS 20.0.14.1085(c), Licenced
Thank you for your prompt reply
Sorry for mispelled text above - here is the corrcet one:

Hi,
Attached is the txt file.
I just installed Windows 10 PRO and then immediately after that Kaspersky Internet Security and after updating the latest KIS software I started right away the Full Scan. I had a separate Data / Backup Hard Drive on my computer, too, and it is there, in Miscrosoft Live Mail old files that the "dangerous" .js files were found.
I restarted the computer once after I did the Scan
Yes, KIS is updating automatically
W10 PRO x 64, v1903, Built 18362.239
KIS 20.0.14.1085(c), Licenced
Thank you for your prompt reply
George
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New instal W10 PRO x 64, v1903, Built 18362.239, KIS 20.0.14.1085(c), Licenced, Auto-update, Full scan, separate Data/Backup Hard Drive on computer, too > Miscrosoft Live Mail old files, detected files.
Hello @goprea / George,
You're very welcome.
Thank you for posting back and the additional information.

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The links for the 3 objects contain very scant generic information.
https://threats.kaspersky.com/en/threat/DangerousObject.Multi.Generic/
https://threats.kaspersky.com/en/threat/Trojan-Downloader.JS.Agent/
https://threats.kaspersky.com/en/threat/Trojan-Downloader.Script.Generic/

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Hello,

Could you provide the js file and archived it by PM to me?

It is on: D:\Sorina\Outlook\Outlook 2010 - Aug 19, 2019\Partition on C\Live Mail Backup Dec. 26, 2017\Sorina\Inbox\575360BF-000094E7.eml.

I will check the js file is safe or damager.

Regards.