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I am running a late 2010 MacBook Air running OSX Mountain Lion with latest update.

Looking around in my system folders I found a file called Logger.bundle and it's in my /System/Library/SystemConfiguration directory. The file logger.bundle was apparently created Monday, June 25th 2012 (so very recently). If I "view package contents" inside the /Contents/MacOS directory is an executable called Logger.

Is this Logger.bundle some sort of trojan or something like that, or is it a normal part of the file system?

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It's a normal part of OS X.

The name isn't very searchable, but you could copy the bundle identifier from the Info.plist. logger.c was the first result for

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