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Murasaki

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About Murasaki

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  • Occupation
    Picture framer

System

  • CPU
    i7 6700
  • Motherboard
    Asus H170 "Pro Gaming"
  • RAM
    16 gigs
  • GPU
    RX480 8gigs
  • Case
    Meshify C Dark
  • Storage
    2 SSDs and 1 HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA G3 750W
  • Display(s)
    Three
  • Cooling
    Four 120mm helicopters
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G413
  • Mouse
    Logitech G305
  • Sound
    Audio Technica ATH-M30X
  • Operating System
    MS-DOS 10

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  1. Perhaps it has something to do with AE's disk cache. 4GBs of cache from a session seems a bit high but 20GB... eeehhh. You can check where the cache is stored and how much is allocated (Edit > Preferences > Media & Disk Cache)
  2. So I finally caved in and got wireless earbuds. I found an extra use for them - watching movies in my bed.

  3. In the last 10 years I think ive opened wordpad about 5~6 times maybe, half of them by mistake.
  4. Who did the thumbnail on this video, the tracing on linus' hand is yikes yo.
  5. Loool and then all the big phone manufacturers knock on his door.
  6. it doesnt exist, supposedly written temporarily at runtime perhaps? who knows
  7. I was mostly bored and was digging around the information VT dumps about whatever file you're scanning. The "Behaviour" tab seemed like a juicy one to look at. What I discovered under registry actions seemed odd. Registry Keys Opened \Registry\Machine\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\996E.exe (Regedit can't find such a registry key nor does this file exist anywhere) Theres also a bonus of Processes Terminated C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Temp\EB93A6\996E.exe Now before you jump on the "omg malware" train, no it isn't. This registry call is seen in software from Google, Adobe and others including my own applications built with Visual Studio. Example scan of GoogleUpdate.exe - https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/542294724926b0e156224b9ebd33e6354d79da4c828fb52f7f4233df45e3f624/behavior/Tencent HABO I have scoured the interwebs about this mysterious file and can't seem to find any useful information of what it is and what it does apart from your usual fake websites. If someone can shed some light on this it would be pretty swell.
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