delme.bat – the suspicious piece that malicious programs can use
delme.bat is a file containing a set of system commands that can launch certain parasite components, modify system settings, or manage files. It is similar to an executable file but doesn't run any processes by itself it only triggers them to use the machine's resources or mask malicious activities. A batch file is an automatic script that simultaneously performs lots of malicious actions. When the file is related to the operating system, not malware. However, there is a possibility that this particular BAT file is containing codes designed to damage the machine.
|Issues||The file can be masking malicious code that actively runs on resources or leads to serious cyber infection|
|Distribution||Files like this, when related to OS comes during the installation. If malicious – can be spread around via emails and malware sites|
|Termination||You should run an anti-malware tool to determine the purpose of this file and then decide if you want to delete it fully or not|
|Repair||Make sure to recover the system after virus elimination, so run ReimageIntego for that|
Sometimes a presence of delme.bat does not indicate that your computer is infected. It can be an essential system file or a file installed by harmless legitimate software and may not threaten your privacy and the system. Although such cases are quite rare, you should thoroughly examine the system and the file before completely deleting or leaving it in the system.
You can do that by running an anti-malware tool that is trustworthy. We can offer SpyHunter 5Combo Cleaner or Malwarebytes for the purpose of checking the machine for any cyber infections If you found any with the full system scan – remove them as the application suggests. This is how you can recover the system.
Data containing the .bat appendix is a batch file that contains a set of system commands, which a particular parasite can use to manipulate files, corrupt installed software, alter system configuration, or launch other pest components. delme.bat is actually a specific text file that acts in a similar way to a regular executable.
However, it contains no malicious code, but only commands and therefore cannot run its own processes. Unfortunately, it is known that the delme.bat file is installed and used by FireFly. Sometimes a presence of it does not indicate that your computer is infected.
Adding anything suspicious on the machine can lead to infections
You can catch the infection by installing such files unknowingly. There are various sites where malware is distributed, or you can get the pirated software from an alleged good source and trigger an infection that is unwanted. You must choose reliable sources and always go for official sites to avoid such instances.
Also, malicious files can be included in email notifications as file attachments. If you get the email from an unknown source -pay attention to details like the sender, a company it is allegedly associated with, and been the grammar mistakes or typos. Such things should indicate any questionable emails. Avoid opening them and especially file attachments.
Clear any infections with proper tools
It can be an essential system file or a file installed by harmless legitimate software and may not threaten your privacy and the system. Although such cases are quite rare, you should thoroughly examine the piece before completely deleting or leaving it in the system. Do that with tools like SpyHunter 5Combo Cleaner or Malwarebytes.
The delme.bat file is possibly installed and used by keylogger Spytech SpyAgent. So your device can get damaged further. You should remove the infection properly and then make sure to repair any damage with a tool that recovers system files and processes – ReimageIntego.