Clarify virus or not thanks

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  1. kamy

    kamy Registered Member

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    Hi wilders

    BEFORE I START THIS TOPIC I WANT TO MAKE IT CLEAR I AM NOT SAYING SANDBOXIE IS MALWARE BUT MAYBE SOME HOW MALWARE GOT DOWNLOAD OF THE COPY I DOWNLOADED

    Hi i downloaded sandboxie and run install a few alerts from defense + please see jpeg url

    http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=110g2zk&s=5

    http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=jiyfj4&s=5

    http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=2v0o049&s=5

    http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=fms4fa&s=5

    http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=5z1dw6&s=5


    Also HDRegRem.exe starts every 30 mins do i block this file also

    i got this alert please suggest malware virus? please

    thanks
     
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  2. Cudni

    Cudni Global Moderator

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    assuming you downloaded sandboxie from original site, it looks like a conflict between the 2 software
     
  3. Keyboard_Commando

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    You don't say which Operating System you're using ... would be helpful.

    You need to put Comodo into learning mode for a day or so and it should auto enable your most used (safe) components. So you have reduce warnings and basic hassle.

    Taskeng.exe is part of Windows and nothing at all to do with Sandboxie, for instance. You must have Paranoia setting, not being funny, enabled. Lower to Learning Mode, in program control.

    HDRegRem.exe, don't know what that is.
     
  4. kamy

    kamy Registered Member

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    thanks keyboard commando thanks for the reply guys sorry the operating system is vista i have the firewall on proactive mode i was unawre you had to use it in training mode best for a day or so i wish that had told me that it was advised to have it in proactive mode dont know why they said that
    Also will puting in training mode not let malware threw more?

    cudni can you please tell me which 2 softwares are conflicting thanks Also im sure it was the right sandboxie i did post the image of the progrme detail and certificert im assuming if it has the publisher name it would be fine

    this is the thing i dont know why this HDRegRem keeps popping up and what that u80rograme was but if its blocked then its safe right??

    i have scaned with superanti a square malware bytes and avira and hijack this spyware blaster and threatfire all clear ps guy i have got the above malware programes are they overkill plus windows defender on plus avira guard on plus defense plus on

    So it is fine for sandboxie to connect to dllhost i assume i should allow also can i have a link to the sandboxie site i want to make sure im getting the right software lol

    guys one last point of advise how do i learn what these firewwall alerts mean how did you guys learn how do i learn what the other settings do please advise thanks

    also have you guys heard of rapport and tested it and is it even worth me adding it ti my collection of secruity software i dont want any conflicts please advise thanks
     
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  5. Keyboard_Commando

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    Yeah proactive mode is advised once you have everything settled in and working fine. Sticking learning mode on for a day or two and then revert to higher security level is best.

    If you have scanned your computer ... I think Comodo does a program scan at install, and it found nothing wrong, no malware. Then it is safe to run in learning mode. This should put an end to the conflicts you're having with those you've posted pics of.
     
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