INNO - {app} is OK

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  1. FanJ

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    For some time I'm seeing in my in-depth scan logs:

    C:\Documents and Settings\...\CryptoSuite\cryptosuite_setup.exe » INNO » {app}\Cryptosuite.exe - is OK
    C:\Documents and Settings\...\CryptoSuite\cryptosuite_setup.exe » INNO » {app}\cryptosuite_benchmark.exe - is OK

    (I've left out the full path in the copy of those scanlog lines).
    The file cryptosuite_setup.exe is the install file for CryptoSuite (version 1.100). Older members here may remember CryptoSuite from Jason/GhostSecurity; we had a forum for it here, now in this archived forum.

    I know there's nothing to worry about those scanlog items but I thought it better to let Eset know. I can submit it if Eset want me to do so.

    MD5 checksum (as calculated by CryptoSuite):
    The file C:\Documents and Settings\...\CryptoSuite\cryptosuite_setup.exe has the following Checksum(s)
    MD5 - AC806F0D4831B41E5A6C3A39B3D00F6B

    NOD32 4.2.71.2 on XP-home SP3; pre-release updates not enabled.
    Virus signature database: 7994 (20130211)
    Update module: 1041 (20120430)
    Antivirus and antispyware scanner module: 1381 (20130207)
    Advanced heuristics module: 1138 (20121210)
    Archive support module: 1160 (20130206)
    Cleaner module: 1059 (20121212)
    Anti-Stealth support module: 1038 (20130110)
    ESET SysInspector module: 1231 (20130121)
    Self-defense support module: 1018 (20100812)
    Real-time file system protection module: 1006 (20110921)
     
  2. Marcos

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    What's the problem?
     
  3. FanJ

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    Hi Marcos,

    Not very much of a problem. Two reasons for posting it:

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    Making Eset aware of it in case needed.

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    Maybe more this reason:
    I am curious why it suddenly showed up in my in-depth scan (I always use that, and frequently) logs.
    The first time was at 26 Jan 2013 (with virus signature database: 7934).

    So, I guess the question is: why did it suddenly showed up?
     
  4. Marcos

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    Perhaps it's because the Archive module has been updated and added support for additional packers.
     
  5. FanJ

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    Yes, I know very well that it could be related to an updated Archive module ;).
    If my memory serves me well: when such things happened in the past, it was "fixed" after awhile by Eset. That was the other reason why I posted it. Search the Eset forum for INNO in the thread title; yes, I know that that were other kind of "warnings".
    BTW, this is a very old file. It was first seen at VT almost 5 years ago.

    ;)
     
  6. Marcos

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    Well, it turned out this is not something new and the Inno installer was scanned this way with archive module 1147 (released in June 2012) and newer.
     
  7. FanJ

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    OK, thanks Marcos. Why I started to see those particular lines in my scan-logs at about 26 Jan 2013, I don't know. So be it.

    Anyways, it isn't of course that important and I have let you guys know now about it (if needed at all).
    Time to move on ;)
     
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