When you remove the folders and reboot, before login try accessing tty2 (or tty3, etc) and list one of the foldwers to check if the :sFKT3 folder is there. (that way you can check if the command to create comes from a systemd service or not).
I did it and yes the file is there but only in my home directory.
I will check with the programs/scripts running at the startup.
Yes I install few packages from AUR repositiores like pycharm, docker, few controlers, etc, if you need the hole list I can paste it.
For the desktop I’m using gnome and about the script, nothing that I run manually, will trace everything that run at the start and will give more insight about that.
I also found that but don’t know if that makes sense, as far as I understand, I checked and didn’t found anything related to that company.
thought that maybe some of my components was realted but is Thinkpad and in the specs they didn’t say a thing about it.
After the update of two or 3 weeks ago (don’t know when it started, sorry), a file called :sFKT3 is starting to pop up in several folders (root, Documents, home, almost everywhere), the file is always blank and if I delete it after the reboot of the PC is there again.
Couldn’t find any info about it anywhere, so if any of you know more and how to stop it.
File permission: user:users (the user is mine)
Normally I delete it with the command line:
sudo find . -name :sFKT3 | sudo xargs rm
sudobecause sometimes is in root folders)
PS: didn’t knew where to post it so hope I’m not wrong