DrWeb vs SpywareBlaster

Discussion in 'SpywareBlaster & Other Forum' started by Archy, Jun 21, 2008.

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  1. Archy

    Archy Registered Member

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    It seems (or atleast thats for what i'm hoping) DrWeb's developers added SpywareBlaster 4.1 setup executable to viral signatures?
    Atm file spywareblastersetup41.exe detecting as "Trojan.Fakealert.896" by DrWeb.
    Here link to proof - ~Removed per Policy. - Ron~
    Another malware online scanner (http://virusscan.jotti.org/) returned similar results - only DrWeb detected this as trojan/virus.
    Scanner results ~Results removed. See above. - Ron~

    So question to developers - wtf guys, would be pretty nice to see explanation(s), and if thats false positivity from DrWeb's developers, inform them asap aswell so they must fix this crap..

    p.s. Sry for bad english
     
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    *Update*
    Executable file "spywareblaster.exe" in directory where Spywareblaster is installed - detected by lastest DrWeb as "Trojan.Fakealert.896" too.
    Proof link - ~VirusTotal scan removed per policy. - Ron~
    This time "Webwasher-Gateway 6.6.2" detected "Virus.Win32.FileInfector.gen!94" in this file aswell. Any comments?..
     
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  3. PiCo

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    I use the Doctor, I think it came up this morning so I sent them the file with a "False Alarm" subject.

    Waiting for the fix, so it shouldn't take long.
     
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