I'd be rather surprised if this turns out to be ransomeware, but in any case, it wold be a good idea to copy your PasswordSafe file (pwsafe.psafe3 in your Documents\My Safes folder) to a disk-on-key, another devidce, or, in a pinch' just mail it to yourself. Another thought - you might want to try the 64-bit version: https://sourceforge.net/projects/passwordsafe/files/passwordsafe/3.42.1/pwsafe64-3.42.1.exe/download
If you can check the hashes against those published on SF, that would also help. On Wed, May 24, 2017 at 9:34 PM, Jonathan Harrison firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: Hi Ron, I am now on my cellphone, but as far as I remember, I downloaded it from both SourceForge and also from the Password Safe website. I wondered if maybe some corrupted code or data on my system survived my uninstalls? Tomorrow I can check my PC Chrome history. Let me know if you need that. Regards, Jonathan On May 24, 2017 8:52 PM,...
This is the first time I've seen something like this. Can you point me to the link you're downloading from, so that I can check the integrity of the download?
On reboot: another instance is running (pwsafe.lck)
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