Optimum insptbar.dll flagged as Dogpile

Discussion in 'ewido anti-spyware forum' started by Bubba, Dec 23, 2005.

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  1. Bubba

    Bubba Updates Team

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    As part of my installations for testing cleaners I have various toolbars installed and one of those is the Optimum Toolbar. This particular toolbars insptbar.dll file has a clsid of 720B3C59-7EDE-44d1-AD9C-71106A7550AF which as you can see via the report ewido did not flag....only the insptbar.dll file.

    Is this a case of ewido flagging a insptbar.dll file that normally has a clsid of 5E92F538-B50B-46C5-9C5F-C6EECED3F6C6 or 2ab7292b-8f1b-4dc5-a584-280928b28fc9 which are associated with Dogpile :doubt:
     
  2. peter.ewido

    peter.ewido former ewido team

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    I've tried to get my hands on this file and as far as I can tell this insptbar.dll has indeed a clsid of 720B3C59-7EDE-44d1-AD9C-71106A7550A... The file we have in our database has 57A157FE-F766-46F1-8EB5-4A48BE2F5DAF and is a dogpile toolbar. The reason why both toolbars get detected is that these files are very similar and our engine can detect such slightly modified files... :)
     
  3. Bubba

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    Thanks for the clarification Peter ;)
     
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