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virtualapp/didlogical–No, You Are Not Being Hacked

Posted by William Diaz on August 4, 2011


I came across this the other day while browsing the Credentials Manager in Windows 7:
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I was a bit alarmed but after a little research I found these credentials are created when you use any of the Windows Live products or Windows XP mode.

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2 Responses to “virtualapp/didlogical–No, You Are Not Being Hacked”

  1. KL said

    OK – Any idea what Windows Live ID uses them to do? So odd to see a user name and password on my local machine that I – as the Admin – did not put there…..

    • authentication for any of the windows live products or autologon for virtual PC. If you didn’t install any of these products maybe they were part of already installed bloatware.

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