General Chat Thread, Random auto config script, toolbars and software in General; Not sure where this should go.
On a couple of our admin machines I've noticed the auto config script option ...
9th September 2013, 03:52 PM #1
Random auto config script, toolbars and software
Not sure where this should go.
On a couple of our admin machines I've noticed the auto config script option is checked in IE. It's set to "mjs123" and no amount of google is shedding any light on it.
There was also a lot of software installed, seemingly for games, speedy PC pro [referenced from ANOTHER machine] as well as changes to the default search engine [delta search] and adware/PUP u can't do anything about [insufficient privileges]
Should I be worried about this?
9th September 2013, 04:16 PM #2
Are you able to see what is in the script and give a file path?
9th September 2013, 04:23 PM #3
Nope. All it says is "mjs123" and a full search for it brings up nothing.
Originally Posted by CAM
It's either a script that does something then deletes itself [is that even possible?] Or it's left over from something else that installed.
10th September 2013, 10:02 AM #4
Might be an old connection settings policy still in force on your network, check your GPOs. I use a script sitting on an LA server and have this box filled (though it is a URL).
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