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Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by Mikerus, Jan 19, 2010.

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  1. Mikerus

    Mikerus Registered Member

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    Hello, tell the laboratory adds the virus eset to base?

    Requests technical support in Russia to make an application for the addition of virus, they say that is not a virus!

    It may not be a virus, when all of this file to determine the anti-virus software?

    I have such a collection of viruses is that eset did not want to add, but this virus!

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  3. Marcos

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    The file in question is corrupt and does not run. The fact that a particular file is detected by > 30-40 AVs does not make it dangerous, just suspicious.
     
  4. Mikerus

    Mikerus Registered Member

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    If you claim that the file is not dangerous, because it does not run, why not other anti-virus companies it added?
    Yet they are not just added it .. means he is dangerous.
     
  5. Marcos

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    Av vendors do not execute every single file they add. I've seen tons of alleged malware executables that were apparently corrupt or didn't run on a real computer whatsoever. There's no reason to detect such junk. Some vendors indicate damaged files by adding cor/corrupt/dam/damaged to the signature name.
     
  6. flateric1975

    flateric1975 Registered Member

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    Am i slow

    But i dont understand this post??
     
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