Dr Web / MS Malicious Software Rmvl Tool Nov 14 2006

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by CtlAltDelete, Nov 14, 2006.

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  1. CtlAltDelete

    CtlAltDelete Registered Member

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  2. SSK

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    Yep, I noticed... :blink:
     
  3. sukarof

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    Drweb´s spiderml.exe trojan according to Microsoft?!

    Hi

    I did a scan with microsoft malicious software removal tool that came with latest updates.
    It claims that spiderml.exe is a trojan. (Spiderml.exe is a part of Drweb antivirus)

    I did a scan at jottis and got this worrying message:

    None of the AV´s at jottis did however find anything.

    From microsoft:

     

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  4. sukarof

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    Thanks Bubba for moving my post here :oops:

    And thanks CtrlAltDelete for the info. Seems I dont have to worry. I usually don't run the MS malicious removal tool. Now I know why I shouldn't :D

    *edit*
    Of course it was a false positive. Drweb was very quick to reply :thumb:
    Just a blooper from MS :)
     
    Last edited: Nov 15, 2006
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