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    bbeeusa Guest

    Default A security alert

    Win32 cabinet Self-Extractor is trying to set 'wextract_cleanup0' to run each time your computer is started. Application: rbsolnupdateenu.3.2.0.exe Should I allow or deny? This appeared after allowing HP update to use internet. Do you think that this security alert has do with HP accessing the internet each and every time I log on to internet?

    Operating System:Windows XP Home Edition
    Software Version:7.0
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite

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    bbeeusa Guest

    Default Re: A security alert

    I just hit deny and an error box showed up stating HP Solutions was unable to load. So now I know in the future, this is something to do with HP printer I have.

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    naivemelody Guest

    Default Win32 cabinet Self-Extractor/ 'wextract_cleanup0'

    Very often when you download new software/ updates
    - you will see these temporary files - that will usually &quot;run once&quot; and are benign; especially after you have recently updated from a legit site &gt; &quot;Win32 cabinet Self-Extractor&quot; and 'wextract_cleanup0' temp files. I sometimes see these after 'Microsoft updates.'<hr>As these are temp files you can remove from the ZA program list a day or two later; they are just temp 'run once' files.<hr>Sometimes HP printers do need updating.

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    bbeeusa Guest

    Default Re: Win32 cabinet Self-Extractor/ 'wextract_cleanup0'

    Thanks for the information.

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