What is package@jetpack.xpi?

package@jetpack.xpi is usually located in the 'c:\users\%USERNAME%\appdata\roaming\mozilla\firefox\profiles\0s3fu6iq.default-1445449640992\extensions\' folder.

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None of the 54 anti-virus programs detected the package@jetpack.xpi file.

Hashes [?]

PropertyValue
MD529aee69560b1c64822873434d137a88b
SHA2568187dace1dc8ded7f1f65b4b1868fa7dd259b7850c68e17b4079ab3a56a40ce8

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Please share with the other users what you think about this file. What does this file do? Is it legitimate or something that your computer is better without? Do you know how it was installed on your system? Did you install it yourself or did it come bundled with some other software? Is it running smoothly or do you get some error message? Any information that will help to document this file is welcome. Thank you for your contributions.

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G-Kun writes

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Colleagues:
On Jan 30, 2019 Malware Killer detected "woop-noopscoopsnsxq@jetpack.xpi" and performed a REPAIR on it. Here is the information provided by IOLO's Malware Killer 2.74.210.520:

woop-NoopscooPsnSXQ@jetpack
Status : Scanned
Object : %appdata%\mozilla\firefox\profiles\65692p6m.default\extensions\woop-noopscoopsnsxq@jetpack.xpi
MD5 : 2A90842785182B84E1ED4B3F15B4A1B3
Publisher : -
Size : 270381
Version : -
Detection : PUA.FirefoxExt!Gr
Cleaning Action : Repair
Related Objects :
Browser Extension - woop-NoopscooPsnSXQ@jetpack
File - %appdata%\mozilla\firefox\profiles\65692p6m.default\extensions\woop-noopscoopsnsxq@jetpack.xpi

MY NOTES:
1. There was no signature associated with this;
2. There was no Certificate; and
3. I do not know what purpose this object serves.

I hope this information is of value.
Thank you for this website & info Mr, Karlson.

# 9 Feb 2019, 0:56

Roger Karlsson writes

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@G-Kun: Thank you for sharing!

# 14 Feb 2019, 7:56

rout-out-the-parasites writes

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woop-NoopscooPsnSXQ@jetpack
Status : Scanned
Object : %appdata%\mozilla\firefox\profiles\fgzqi2me.default\extensions\woop-noopscoopsnsxq@jetpack.xpi
MD5 : 2A90842785182B84E1ED4B3F15B4A1B3
Publisher : -
Size : 270381
Version : -
Zemana antimalware; after a removal & reinstall and re-scan, no warnings!

Detection : PUA.FirefoxExt!Gr
Cleaning Action : Repair
Related Objects :
Browser Extension - woop-NoopscooPsnSXQ@jetpack
File - %appdata%\mozilla\firefox\profiles\fgzqi2me.default\extensions\woop-noopscoopsnsxq@jetpack.xpi

# 20 Feb 2019, 3:27

rout-out-the-parasites writes

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As par the previous comment, a Zemana anti-malware scan detected this and 'repaired' it, aka removed the extension; upon reinstalling the extension and re-scanning, there were no more warnings.

# 20 Feb 2019, 3:29

rout-out-the-parasites writes

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This is Privacy Possum extension for firefox

# 20 Feb 2019, 3:30

Roger Karlsson writes

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@rout-out-the-parasites: Thank you!

# 20 Feb 2019, 11:44

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