Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by sg09, Apr 13, 2012.
Makes sense. AVG itself queries the cloud to verify FPs; if this functionality is not present in TrustPort, you can expect a lot of FPs.
Reported them 3 days back. Got a manual response that they will check those soon. But nothing happened.
FP detections increase... Scanned my whole computers today. 85 False Positives.
At present switched off AVG engine for on-access scan.
I think AVG engine has a tendency to report packers, password protected files and corrupted files as well. AVG itself lists these as warnings rather than detections and thus ignores such detections for the real-time scan.
Are you getting similar detections from TrustPort?
No I am getting Win32_Validace malware detections.
All those files seem to be NSIS packed and "Validace" could simply be a packer detection that is meant to be verified over the cloud. Contact TrustPort about this and send them the files (I know you contacted them already but make a stronger request this time).
I sent them 9-10 files. but 85 files. It's a pain to collect those all. Ok.. I may consider doing that...