IMON Compatability Setup

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by leehigdon3, Oct 31, 2004.

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  1. leehigdon3

    leehigdon3 Registered Member

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    Is there an easy way of deleting programs that are no longer on your system from the User Agent listing. Other than hacking the registry key UserAgent in HKLM/Software/ESET/IMON/Settings.
     
  2. rumpstah

    rumpstah Registered Member

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    Not at this time, but it has been requested as one of the Future Changes to NOD32 - #9 under Technical here

     
  3. NAMOR

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    I hope they do it soon... This is my only gripe with NOD32. :D
     
  4. windstrings

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    goodluck hacking it..... I had to reinstall after trying to get some of those out....
     
  5. windstrings

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    I even still have a "scagent.exe" in my compatibility settings... which I believe is a trogan that was removed.... it would be nice to get rid of it in the nod http compatibility settings!
     
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    I found this in my IMON Http scan also. I did a Google search and this is indeed a trojan. However, I ran a full scan with Nod32 using the setting Blackspear recommended and it found nothing. I ran ewido and it found nothing. I also ran AdAware and Spybot and they found nothing. I downloaded an evaluation copy of Trojan Hunter and ran a full scan with it. It found nothing. I did an online scan with Trend Micro and also with CA EZ Trust AV, and they found nothing. So I guess I am not infected. Strange isn't it? :p
    {Edit} Funny thing happened though. Trojan Hunder thought that Leak Test.exe which I downloaded from http://www.grc.com/ was a trojan and renamed it for me. At the same time AMON popped up and told me that I had a newly created virus (WKP.exe) in My Documents folder. This must have been created either by Trojan Hunter or by Hijack This which I had just run. Anyway, I deleted it also.
     
  7. leehigdon3

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    Oh, well then I'm not going to bother. I'll just wait for a fix. What I'm wondering though is, how do new programs get picked up by UserAgent?
     
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    leehigdon3

    Looking at my log, it appears that executable programs that connect to the internet are added.
     
  9. windstrings

    windstrings Registered Member

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    The more I play with software.. the more entries I find..... even though I have since uninstalled and even regcleaned my registry with powerful cleaners?

    I guess they don't hurt... but I would like to know the place to remove them..... the one time I tried.. I wiped it all out and had to reinstall.
     
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