adding wqbvqwc.exe

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by ForzaItalia, Jul 15, 2008.

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  1. ForzaItalia

    ForzaItalia Registered Member

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    The above file was deleted by NOD32, confusing it with a trojan. However, it is a file I need to play a certain game. Is there anyway to add this file to NOD32, to prevent this?

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    FI
     
  2. duca bianco

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    Watch here;)

     
  3. ForzaItalia

    ForzaItalia Registered Member

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    Thank you and sorry for my ignorance. I will certainly follow that procedure.

    Thanks again,

    ForzaItalia
     
  4. mongatu

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    Yes, just add the path to the file you want NOD32 to ignore to the "exclusions" list in the advanced setup tree.
     
  5. ForzaItalia

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    Actually mongatu, I had already done that and it seemed to be fine for several weeks. All of a sudden they were detected/deleted.

    duca bianco, reading through that link, it want me to zip up the files. But how do I get files NOD32 deleted?


    Thank you both

    FI
     
  6. Marcos

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    This reminds me someone who needed to use a keygen in order to continue installation of a game. The only problem was that it was also a downloader that downloaded other malicious stuff to the computer. Please compress the file wit WinRAR/ZIP, protect the archive with the password !infected! and submit it to samplesúatäeset.com with "False positive ?" in the subject.
     
  7. ForzaItalia

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    I did as what was suggested, zipped the virus' with password and sent with subject False Positive on 7/16/08. Then again sent the same email, including the information needed on 7/21/08. It is now 7/24/08 and I have heard nothing, even made sure it wasn't thought to be junkmail. Is this an even necessary process? Or can I just tell NOD32 know which directories to exclude? Please help me get this resolved.

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    ForzaItalia
     
  8. Marcos

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    The false positive on the following files was fixed on July 16th in update 3274:

    Scanning Log
    NOD32 version 3274 (20080716) NT
    Time of completion: 21:06:36 Total scanning time: 0 sec (00:00:00)
    Date: 24.7.2008 Time: 21:06:46

    Scanned disks, folders and files: test\
    test\cgbzqqt.exe_OK - is OK
    test\hgxvrfw.exe_OK - is OK
    test\kjqklwh.exe_OK - is OK
    test\wqbvqwc.exe_OK - is OK
    Number of scanned files: 4
    Number of threats found: 0
    Time of completion: 21:06:49 Total scanning time: 3 sec (00:00:03)
     
  9. ForzaItalia

    ForzaItalia Registered Member

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    Thank you for that information. How do i know when if if this issue was resolved that way?

    Thanks,
    FI
     
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