is "dreammail" software infected ?

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  1. greendesert

    greendesert Registered Member

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  2. tesk

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    No, both of those detections are generic and therefore it is very likely to be false positives, when it is only 2 vendors who detect it.
     
  3. greendesert

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    That is what I figured out but am so paranoid about security these days ......
    Hope somebody could ditto this.
     
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    Paranoid? Yeah, Windows'll do that. What made you wanna check - it call home to Beijing or something?
     
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    so you know its chinese software :)
    I do that with all softwares other than big guys like MS, Adobe etc
     
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    Well sure. As long as there aren't any funky outbounds - what's to worry?
     
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