Dr.Web sometimes really superb...though not big deal to yell...it helps

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by apm, Nov 19, 2006.

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  1. apm

    apm Registered Member

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    Just heard too many of IE hijack and myself got infected with these scums before, I can feel safe with drw.web (& kav too) cause they do detect them, though it's quarantine feature not well implemented. Kav does excellent too to my previous experience if it does not cause problem to my system. AV vendors should improve detect these kind of threads, they are those frequently hit ppl though not big risk.
    http://photos1.blogger.com/blogger/973/4106/1600/20m.com-02.0.jpghttp://photos1.blogger.com/blogger/973/4106/1600/jotti01.jpg
     
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    First off, next time use smaller images. Are you sure that what you found is malware. No other AV detects it, not even NOD32 or Kaspersky, which would lead me to believe it is a false positive. It could be genuine however, but it is not likely.
     
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    I should have cut the pictures properly. I just want to say for ordinary pc users, it's these kind of malwares we easily get when surf.

    FP? Come on, it's just like the kind of vitrumonde scum.
     
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    I can't understand your gibberish. What are you trying so desperately to say?
     
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