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Out of curiously I recently downloaded and executed what was purported to be a firefox plugin. I have since come to regret it. The thing is, there doesn't seem to be an option for uninstalling it and a quick search of my windows partition shows that it installed files everywhere. I want to make sure every trace of this program is gone.
I still have the executable. Is there any way of figuring out where it puts files?
I tried using this command to generate a log:
MSIEXEC.exe /I <path of the setup file> /L*v <path of the install log file>
However, it only seems to work on msi files and I'm using it on an exe file. I also tried extracting the file using universal extractor, but it only yielded a bunch of files without extensions.