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    Hi there, this might not be serious, but today on log in I noticed where I put my pin/password there a log in for universal does any one no what that for as I have never seen it before thanks
     
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    Can you show a picture or screenshot?
     
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    Here you are
     

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    That's another user account by the looks of things.

    If you check your settings> users> is this one listed?
     
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    It was in there I have deleted it what ever it was thanks
     
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    Exactly, that's another user and if you don't recognize it you should delete it immediately.
     
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    As a precaution you should do a scan with Malwarebytes also. Remove it afterwards although it generally doesn't hurt to leave it its just another process using up battery.
     
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    It gone but there only me use it so maybe a Trojan scanning it now
     
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    Clarification, I meant remove Malwarebytes after running the scan.
     
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    Just virus scan it clean, not checked for malware as I dont have one on here
     
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    Did you install an application recently that creates a Service Account? Open up your users Control Panel or Computer Management and look in the Users and Groups section.
     
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    not as far I no but will look
     

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