Dr.Web showing HA.EXE on IE files.

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by swisscoms, Sep 18, 2003.

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  1. swisscoms

    swisscoms Registered Member

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    I have Dr.Web 4.30a installed and it shows a false positve of HA.EXE (Haher) on my IE files as well as Windows Service Pack i386 wextract. I have tried other free scans to check this, but no other AV can duplicate. Thoughts anyone please? o_O
     
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    Thank you LowWatermark, that is a very interesting link to read. I did email Dr.Web in Russia as well, and received the following reply:

    "Boris B. Zhmurov" <bb@dials.ru>


    It was a false alarm. It was fixed yesterday in new drwtoday.vdb. Just
    update your Dr.Web.


    --
    Boris B. Zhmurov
    DialogueScience, Inc. Technical department.
    40 Vavilova St., Moscow, 119991, Russia
    Tel.: (+7-095) 137-0150, 135-6253
    Fax : (+7-095) 938-2970, 938-2855
    HTTP://www.Dials.ru FTP://ftp.Dials.ru
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    All is well now. ;)
     
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