Final week I wanted to ship footage from my pc to an iMac. I made a decision to make use of a really previous USB drive which I’ve used earlier than. As quickly as I put it in, it opened 2 drives – the unique and one other sketchy one which had an autorun file and a file referred to as USBNB.exe. I did NOT click on on something. Home windows Defender detected USBNB.exe as a Trojan Dropper and a Extreme risk. I yanked the USB instantly and opened Home windows Defender. I clicked the notification to see if Defender can do one thing about it. It mentioned:
This risk or app may not be fully remeditated.
Menace detected: TrojanDropper.Win32/Randrew.A!bit
Alert stage: Extreme
Class: Trojan Dropper
Upon some analysis, it says that it might probably set up begin up apps, change registry keys, and provides distant entry to another person. Supply: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/wdsi/threats/malware-encyclopedia-description?Identify=TrojanDropper:Win32/Randrew.A!bit&threatId=-2147255523
So I checked the Startup web page on Process Supervisor and noticed nothing apparent. I additionally checked Registry Editor.
I additionally turned off something I noticed as "Distant".
I additionally ran 2 full scans and no threats had been discovered.
Am I within the clear?
submitted by /u/eucadiantendy39