.ini files

From: Joseph Becher (jwbecher@hotmail.com)
Date: 04/08/03


From: "Joseph Becher" <jwbecher@hotmail.com>
Date: Tue, 8 Apr 2003 13:32:36 -0700


Make sure you have another web folder on your computer
before trashing the folder, 'web' IS a system folder
containing folder templates. Mine is directly under
C:\winnt though.

>-----Original Message-----
>A hacker installed .ini files on my computer, which i
>believe are for his hacking usage. they are located in
>c:winnt\system32\web, is that a normal folder in windows?
>If not , I want to delete all the files in there, they
are:
>1. aliases.ini
>2. bnc.dll
>3. f*ckflood.txt
>4. ie6.dat
>5. kernel33.exe
>6. moo.dll
>7. psexec.exe
>8. remote.ini
>9. wi354.dat
>10. win32.dat
>
>is it ok if i delete all the contents in this folder? or
>how about if i delete the whole folder? i really would
>like to get rid of this hacker.
>.
>