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This time, I clicked on the SONAR details, and to Norton's 360 credit I saw the option to ignore this so called "threat" and ignore it in future scans. true positives). What can you do ?Here's some examples: Add your comments to this article about False Positives problems you experience (As user or as software developer)

Send this post to your I'm also a little annoyed in knowing that even though it's constantly monitoring my pc, why do I get a bunch of malware when I do a full computer scan? his comment is here

Antivirus developers are unlikely to cooperate on global scale and dealing with them case by case is impossible. So I did, and I used the software to report the virus, and they just ignored me. Bunkerman Says: June 2nd, 2009 at 8:32 pm Avira Antivir 2009:'SPR/Tool.KeyView' [riskware]. Something is not right Unless you can roll back to where problem started, can and have analyzed incident you should not dump AV just yet. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/555739/combofix-log-seemed-pretty-big-posted/

Not everyone wearing a balaclava is necessarily a thief. Without me having to manually check, does anyone off hand the price of the 15 listed in the test? Please check drive and make sure that a disk is inserted and that the drive door is closed''. Again, while he did rate NOD32 as good, he made a point by saying that it was no better than all the other good ones.

The only 100% solution is to not connect to the internet and never use removable media (and even then it isn't 100% because as we all know there has been a Sigh... I did not clean it using my antispyware software yet, but I will if I suspect that no one here (with administrative priviledges) install it as a password recovery system. Oh My!

Password INVADER! Now to AV. i see nod32 shining high Reports: · Posted 8 years ago Top BobJam Posts: 1052 This post has been reported. http://waident.com/category/s12-blogs/page/2/ Still as user - if specific malicious code is similar in legitimate app and malware I'd prefer it detected rather than not detected.

No idea how long they will take to implement this though. ClamWin has cloud testing today! And then, the antivirus software detects the function in your software that reads passwords, and then it thinks it is some sort of evil password-stealer software, and then it classifies it Normal users will manage antivir progs.

Overall it is one of those issues that don't have clear and easy solution. http://blog.nirsoft.net/2009/05/17/antivirus-companies-cause-a-big-headache-to-small-developers/ I would also be remiss, if I didn't throw in the extra security built into HIPS, which is becoming prevalent and increasing necessitated in corporate environments e.g. Reports: · Posted 8 years ago Top 0zSpitt Posts: 1037 This post has been reported. What?

I have a background of years in computer programming, ranging from (my favorite) javascript all the way down to assembly code. this content Combofix log. mLocal Page = c:\windows\SysWOW64\blank.htm IE: E&xport to Microsoft Excel - c:\progra~2\MICROS~1\OFFICE11\EXCEL.EXE/3000 TCP: DhcpNameServer = 192.168.1.1 DPF: {682C59F5-478C-4421-9070-AD170D143B77} - hxxp://www.dell.com/support/troubleshooting/Content/Ode/pcd86.cab DPF: {7ECB1A47-6647-4B2C-A8DA-675569C9FF15} - hxxps://avm.assetval.com/AVM/WebResource.axd?d=9wFlEh0MzYZdqeUhpLCBThobD4PzIO6Qe2ACcIk_nse4EVnxeMMl_OYVdVX0-P2_m1ywltsNGArmb6ELc19zJwWUpzWCcAj6dhp3f5U6x8MuOWqK9UmQV4Q4kHfTjDqrrqRRaokJJCVyFMuz6-fqVhhsIGvfHyudiIOdS9hnpPuQOuAE3Nhe2VLjmAmhHz9z0&t=634484457620000000 DPF: {CD27EEF6-55B8-4F24-99C5-E1191D814445} - file:///C:/a%20la%20mode/WinTOTAL/Content/cabs/alaWeb5.CAB DPF: {F375116A-793C-11D2-BFE1-444553540001} - hxxp://www.realistclassic.com/mapviewer/mapviewer.cab There is practically none and you have not even tweaked settings.Last week I tried beta of MSE 2.0, feels way better than 1.0 - caching is magic, now also in MSE.

And less than 6 minutes you learn a few things you might not know already. My Ad Muncher even broke, which is VERY rare. Let browser itself be unless you want to get rid of ads. weblink So you can go all Microsoft if not in mood for Avast or other free offers with risk of ads, toolbars, changing policies.

Since they are all pretty comparable in protection capabilities (and some would argue that, but my own evaluations have led me to believe my statement is credible), it really comes down I already had a a good L type desk which I really liked and did not want to spend a ton of money to replace it. More setttings to fiddle with, can be tuned for speed.

This is great as a reminder, but oddly this warning is constant every time you power on your phone if you are in one mode, but not there if you are

But you can get close. Dave PeterPC Says: August 28th, 2009 at 5:04 am This is so annoying - I try to help out reinstalling some guy's PC.. Steps First you will want to create a rule by going to the "FILE" tab in Outlook (top left) and click on “Manage Rules and Alerts”. They are brilliant!

I run Norton AV 360. Multilayered security is the way to go. We have contacted McAfee and Norton - but no luck. check over here especially if you're a novice to these powerful tools.

The whole site was flagged by siteadvisor (a McAfee emanation) as a spyware provider... When scared you listen to security gossip which is not the same as useful consumer information.tranglos, last I tried Hitman Pro I could add "/quiet" to entry in task scheduler so Dave Says: May 21st, 2010 at 8:54 am While I was reporting the problem to Microsoft, I noticed this page on their web site, which I thought might be of interest It dosen't matter if you only visit trusted sites or not, advertisers have bluntly stated they are not responsible for their clients' content meaning visiting a trusted site can get you

It's blazing.I've always though of doing it, but I'm too scared. All of this for commercial reason... At http://www.av-comparatives.org/comparativesreviews/main-tests you can view the test as a PDF. Clarke Carol Haynes Waffles for England (patent pending) Global ModeratorJoined in 2005 Posts: 7,987 Re: ComboFix=GREAT rootkit cleaner. (Kaspersky failed me big time). « Reply #15 on: September 02, 2010, 07:36:30

Unfortunately, most Antivirus companies goes too far with their Virus/Trojan protection, and in many times they classify completely legit software as Virus/Trojan infection.One good example for that is my own password I don't know. If this was easy we would never have met. Your tools, sysinternals and a few dozen other are MUST HAVE TOOLS ! (they should be packaged with windows!, it's THAT essensial!) I did face the false alarms, I did face