Any info on "Piegon AXLM"

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  1. sturgisrun

    sturgisrun Registered Member

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    I just got a notice from Yahoo Toolbar Anti-spyware (CA) that it had found
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    Piegon AXLM - Trojan
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    I did a search here on Wilders & got no finds.

    An internet search found a suggestion that it is a false positive related to Wireless internet drivers (in which case I do not want to delete or fix it).

    Anyone out there know anytihing about this item.

    Thank you for any help/advise you can give me.

    From the High Desert of New Mexico . . .

    Terry -> sturgisrun

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  2. sturgisrun

    sturgisrun Registered Member

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    I'm sorry make that -> Pigeon AXLM

    I should proof read better.

    Please see my preceeding post.

    Thanx=-

    Terry
     
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    Hi Terry,

    Yahoo pretty much confirm's the wireless. Your isp supply this ntl netguard that's been mentioned alongside it?


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  4. sturgisrun

    sturgisrun Registered Member

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    Hi Steve:

    Thank you for the reply!

    I hope you will pardon my ignorance-but- what does this mean ->"Your isp supply this ntl netguard that's been mentioned alongside it? " -> there is nothing mentioned along side it.

    Is this a false positive?? I have run Nod32, Ad-Aware & Webroot Spy Sweeper & none of them found anything.

    Thanx again . . .

    Terry
     
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    GlobalForce Regular Poster

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    Sure Terry. Netguard's a mixed review security package offered by some isp's, nowaday's under the name pc guard. My mention because it appear's to trigger the alert. If your box isn't acting funny and the toolbar's the only one reporting, I wouldn't pay it any further thought beyond an additional scan from say dr.web's curit or superantispyware, both free.

    Am I correct in thinking you no longer run that preinstalled, secure resolution's package?


    Steve
     
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