Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by Di0g0, Aug 8, 2010.
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Threat: probably a variant of Win32/Agent Trojan
Your archive contains two PE files - one EXE and one DLL.
Norton/Symantec detect the DLL as known Adware program.
The EXE file is considered highly untrusted by Norton.
Additionally , on Virus total a few heuristic engines trigger an alert:
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Are you sure it is false positive? If 100% , submit it to ESET and beging to hope they fix it
I think its a false positive. I tested this file...
I'm trialing Vipre and it nails these files as soon as they are extracted. It detected by generic signature.
and? avast and other companys removed this from the database.
And? What? Just saying that Vipre currently detects this as malware. Just as Nod does.
Microsoft removed from the database!
The Microsoft Malware Protection Center (MMPC) has investigated the following file(s) which we received on ...
Submission ID ...
TeknoGods_Beta13.zip [Not Malware]
+---ConnectionOverrideHamachi.reg [Not Malware]
+---ConnectionOverrideTunngle.reg [Not Malware]
+---DLLLoad.exe [Not Malware]
+---readme.txt [Not Malware]
+---TeknoGods.dll [Not Malware]
LOl now Eset and Microsoft Removed this from the database, but malwarebytes added this to the database :O
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