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    Question "bapi.js" files are automatically downloaded

    Two times during the last 24 hours a file named bapi.js has been automatically downloaded to my pc. As far as I understand it has only been downloaded and stayed in my download folder, but I always get a creepy feeling when I don't know what is happening and why. Could anyone please tell me what this is, and what to do about it?

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    It has CRUD methods. Couldn't agree more!

    cheers, Paul

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    Sorry guys, I still don't get it! Is it connected to any program that I have installed (consciously) or is it part of Win 10 of what??? And can I/should I remove it somehow?

    Jan Erik

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    It is an expected download when you visit certain sites. It seems OK to leave it alone, unless your AV is complaining about it - is it?

    cheers, Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul T View Post
    It is an expected download when you visit certain sites. It seems OK to leave it alone, unless your AV is complaining about it - is it?

    cheers, Paul
    Just a warning: "The downloaded file is unsafe" or something like it.
    Regards
    Jan Erik

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    If it's related to the link in #2, it's trying to load from something like a real estate website, it's part of a site layout that makes it easy to manage a site for house selling, etc. Once you find the site responsible, try loading it in a different browser.

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    Can you post the exact message and what is reporting it.

    cheers, Paul

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    I'll have to take a couple of days away from this notebook, so I'll log in again as soon as I'm back home. Thank you for your help so far, all of you!!
    Br Jan Erik

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