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Odd text on screen- user GJAYAP? Not sure where it is from

DeeMentedBeauty
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2023-03-05 01:07:15 BullseyeCoverage 8.25.21 error 15: Cannot find C:\WINDOWS\Temp\195f7c8a58c1a8d206e0fefc25839c7eb540bd/test.cov, errno=2 "The system cannot find the file specified. ". COVFILE is not set. Program=c:/Users/gjayap/HaraHaraMahDev/ibt_core-win-hsw/ibt_win_src/06-host_sw/win/bin/setupres/Release/Win32/setupenu.dll

 

 

Had the above message on my computer, and after opening it, reading it, and copying it to look it up on the net- it is gone. I am not sure who that user is, or what it pertains to. Any ideas? I am not good with comps so will need help if you need me to find something in here. I do have this info:

Device name LAPTOP-8BNRJ5ET
Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-10300H CPU @ 2.50GHz 2.50 GHz
Installed RAM 8.00 GB (7.83 GB usable)
Device ID 7173F141-1489-4EA8-B9F0-E9A51975EDDD
Product ID 00342-20716-74413-AAOEM
System type 64-bit operating system, x64-based processor
Pen and touch No pen or touch input is available for this display

 

Again, not even sure that helps, but it is a start  Thanks!

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Steven_Intel
Moderator
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Many thanks all for your reply.


I will take the information provided and get back to you as soon as I have an update.


Best regards,


Steven G.

Intel Customer Support Technician.


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1d10t
New Contributor I
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//

For reasons unknown to myself, it appears in the Intel executable file.

My previous posts were censored/removed.

Bullseye Testing Technology may be the originator of "C:\Users\gjayap\" or "c:/Users/gjayap/" PATH.

//

Intel Wireless Bluetooth driver v 22.200.0.2
BT-22.200.0-32-64UWD-Win10-Win11.exe 02/27/2023 10:25 (50,424 KB)
Size: 49.2 MB (51,634,016 bytes)
Size on disk: 49.2 MB (51,634,176 bytes)
SHA256 = b14a37738dfbdc34d2f1faad497eb8bc58d37e05a3690067336d8f9be0b8f1ae
SHA384 = d3b2a0d497a05b9e7dbbb68f58bee1a132c3fa190e1dfbac240484f14af6901900458a3c69e9d7cd6348d7c7f3a876cc
SHA512 = 6fb58e2694a636b6a874344bffd84233b24808c40b71f38c95c678635585b6bdf2f1fd4a11f88cc0798e84bac14fd3a989d49a0989abfd5b5b3f0dac6834a517
//
Wireless Bluetooth driver v 22.200.0.2
BT-22.200.0-32-64UWD-Win10-Win11.exe 02/27/2023 10:25
The executable file contains the following strings:
C:\Users\gjayap\HaraHaraMahDev\ibt_core-win-hsw\ibt_win_src\06-host_sw\win\bin\setupres\Release\Win32\setupENU.pdb
c:/Users/gjayap/HaraHaraMahDev/ibt_core-win-hsw/ibt_win_src/06-host_sw/win/bin/setupres/Release/Win32/setupenu.dll
C:\Users\gjayap\Siva_06102020\ibt_core-win-hsw\ibt_win_src\06-host_sw\win\bin\setupres\Release\Win32\setupENU.pdb
BullseyeCoverage 8.25.21
Copyright (c) Bullseye Testing Technology
BullseyeCoverage 8.20.0
COVFILE

//

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DeeMentedBeauty
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So you received the same error? That is truly odd. Seems like someone did something incorrectly with coding, and now there a flaw. For one person to have this happen definitely odd, for more than one person, somebody is doing something purposely.
Tisha
Beginner
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It seems that Intel is breached.

The names used in the directory are used by extremist "harharmahadev"  to spread hatred and riots.


Company uses appropriate naming convention for their final product. It seems that the sponsored hacker is either trying to use the zero day in the driver or they have breached Intel and modified the driver.

We are all using intel, it has never happened that the developer reach our personal devices to execute something from temp. location.

1d10t
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Har Har Mahadev
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https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Har_Har_Mahadev
Har Har Mahadev is a 2022 Indian Marathi-language epic historical action drama film written and directed by Abhijeet Deshpande and produced by Zee Studios ...
Language: Marathi
Production companies: Zee Studios; Shree Ga...‎
Music by: Hitesh Modak
Written by: Abhijeet Deshpande

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1d10t
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"We are all using intel, it has never happened that the developer reach our personal devices to execute something from temp. location."

Everyone using this site is probably using Intel Chip Sets, there are other Chip manufacturers.

From a "Command Prompt" Window run these commands and arguments.

dir /q /r /a /s %windir%\Temp
dir /q /r /a /s %HOMEPATH%\AppData\Local\Temp
dir /q /r /a /s %HOMEPATH%\AppData\LocalLow\Temp

Inspect the output, then tell me that Developers don't execute programs from all over your System.

I did a search of my System's %HOMEDRIVE% (C:) for "*Temp" and have 120 Temp Directories.

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Steven_Intel
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Hello DeeMentedBeauty,


Thank you for posting on the Intel® communities.


In order to be able to assist you, could you please confirm where exactly did you get this message? As well, what were you trying to do when you got it?


Best regards,


Steven G.

Intel Customer Support Technician.


DeeMentedBeauty
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I found a note card (text document) on my desktop when I logged in. I knew I didn't make the note card. I have no idea what was going on prior, as I had just turned the computer on. I'm curious who this user is and why I have this error on my computer, and what exactly is going on.

DeeMentedBeauty
New Contributor I
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Are you able to look into this with my previous reply? Curious as to why the other person with the same issue had his question deleted/ removed. Help, please?
Steven_Intel
Moderator
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Many thanks for your response.


Based on the information provided, it is complicated to determine where is that note coming from, specially since you were not doing anything when that happened.


Are you having any Bluetooth or Wi-Fi issues? This could help us determine if there is something happening with your wireless adapter.


Best regards,


Steven G.

Intel Customer Support Technician.


DeeMentedBeauty
New Contributor I
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Hello,
I'm not aware of any issues with the computer that I know of. I can try to link my earbuds to it and see what happens.
I just find it is that there isn't any user with that name on my computer, yet it says it's HIS error. Can you please explain that?
Steven_Intel
Moderator
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Many thanks for your reply.


Where exactly did you get the message "2023-03-05 01:07:15 BullseyeCoverage 8.25.21 error 15: Cannot find C:\WINDOWS\Temp\195f7c8a58c1a8d206e0fefc25839c7eb540bd/test.cov, errno=2 "The system cannot find the file specified. ". COVFILE is not set. Program=c:/Users/gjayap/HaraHaraMahDev/ibt_core-win-hsw/ibt_win_src/06-host_sw/win/bin/setupres/Release/Win32/setupenu.dll"?


This is important to know as it can help us determine where it is coming from and whether it is related to an Intel product or not.


Best regards,


Steven G.

Intel Customer Support Technician.


DeeMentedBeauty
New Contributor I
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Steven,
When I turned my computer on, it was on my desktop in a note from notepad. I didn't have any other notes on my desktop, nor did I create this one, so I opened it as I was curious what it was, and that is what it read.
I have no idea who that user is, not why it was on my desktop. There's obviously something going on, because I've researched the community and I'm the third person that has reported this user with that error.
AlHill
Super User
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@DeeMentedBeauty Do you use Instagram?  There is an Instagram user known as GJAYAP.

Might be worth checking.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Maybe Windows 12 will be better]

DeeMentedBeauty
New Contributor I
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@DeeMentedBeauty Do you use Instagram? There is an Instagram user known as GJAYAP

^^What would that mean though? Why would my computer have that name? I don't want to insinuate that you you are saying I might have an infection, or a virus, or whatever they are now, but is that what you're saying? Can you elaborate on that please? Thank you very much for your reply
AlHill
Super User
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It has been two weeks since Intel has been involved in this and you are no further along now than you were then.

It seems to me that it would be easy for Intel to do a search on that name in their archives and come up with an answer.

However, the name is unusual, and there is an instagram user with that name.

You may very well have a virus, or something installed by instagram.   If Intel cannot figure it out, then you are on your own to do some investigation.   I would run malwarebytes to see if it finds anything.  And, again, are you an instagram user?

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Maybe Windows 12 will be better]

DeeMentedBeauty
New Contributor I
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Agreed, it wouldn't take much for them to search the username. They could also search the file that says it can't find, the haraharadev thing.
No I do not use Instagram on my computer.
AlHill
Super User
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Have you run a virus scan with Malwarebytes?

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Maybe Windows 12 will be better]

DeeMentedBeauty
New Contributor I
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yes I did- it did not find anything at all. 

1d10t
New Contributor I
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Intel file BT-22.200.0-32-64UWD-Win10-Win11.exe contains the information.

Intel developers need to inspect the Source Code and Libraries use to compile the executable file.

Download the strings64.exe from Microsoft and use it to inspect the Intel file BT-22.200.0-32-64UWD-Win10-Win11.exe.

Maybe a Malicious State Actor has breached Intel's Source Code and added undocumented features to it.

This is an Intel issue, and not an issue with users or their Computers.

Intel Wireless Bluetooth driver v 22.200.0.2
BT-22.200.0-32-64UWD-Win10-Win11.exe 02/27/2023 10:25 (50,424 KB)

Their executable file contains the following strings:

C:\Users\gjayap\HaraHaraMahDev\ibt_core-win-hsw\ibt_win_src\06-host_sw\win\bin\setupres\Release\Win32\setupENU.pdb
c:/Users/gjayap/HaraHaraMahDev/ibt_core-win-hsw/ibt_win_src/06-host_sw/win/bin/setupres/Release/Win32/setupenu.dll
C:\Users\gjayap\Siva_06102020\ibt_core-win-hsw\ibt_win_src\06-host_sw\win\bin\setupres\Release\Win32\setupENU.pdb
BullseyeCoverage 8.25.21
Copyright (c) Bullseye Testing Technology
BullseyeCoverage 8.20.0
COVFILE

 

Review the Source Code.

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DeeMentedBeauty
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I am sorry, but I have no clue what that means. I don't want to mess my computer up if it is not something I even did (which I know I did not) with going into parts of my comp that I truly have no business in.

Can you explain what you mean on the above? Like, why am I doing that? Will it resolve whatever was caused? 

 

Thank you!

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