PC Security Test 2007 strange result

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  1. Philippe_FR22

    Philippe_FR22 Registered Member

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    Hello
    Here is my result : https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=203297

    I had 100% - 30% - 0%

    My config : a safe PC with Linksys WAG354G - Windows XP sp2 - NOD32 v3 with default configuration - ZAPro 7.0.462 well configured...

    How can we explain (independently of commercial advices for Virus Keeper 2007 from PC Security Test 2007) such a result ?

    Thx in advance for your your advices ?

    Regards
     
  2. nodyforever

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    Hi



    See: https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=193085



    BitDefender Found Application.VTesttool.A, Application.VTesttool.B, Application.VTesttool.C


    Dr.Web STPAGE.Trojan




    Possibly the program indicates the same% for all AV's .... even for them .... but I believe that the program may obtain information that the user uses.


    Or is it a false positive BD?





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  3. proactivelover

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    nothing to worry about your protection is good these are fake result
     
  4. LoneWolf

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    Not really a trustworthy site. :thumbd:

    mbam result.png

    Got that when I tried to download it. :thumbd:
    Maybe a FP from MBAM but no matter, closed Sandboxie and all gone. :D
     
  5. aigle

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    Don,t bother. It,s just a rubbish test.
     
  6. Dorn

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    its a hack-tool software, so bitdefender was right about this software.
    Do not use it , do not install it, and its not a FP.
     
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  8. LoneWolf

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    Just because it's available from download.com does not mean it's safe.

    This HERE is available from download.com and is targeted by Malwarebytes Rouge Remover and Spyware Warrior's web site.
    Just one example, there are others.

    SpywareWarrior


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  9. nodyforever

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    Hi


    SpywareWarrior - AntiVir ADSPY/Copper - Panda Antivirus Application/Copperhead


    SpywareWarrior not credible web site:
     

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  10. LoneWolf

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    Why o_O
     
  11. nodyforever

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    Hi

    According to the Site Advisor ....




    Cheers :cool:
     
  12. LoneWolf

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    Then you mean Copperhead web site not credible.
     
  13. nodyforever

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    Hi


    There may be something contradictory ... between programs and businesses .... you can not say whether it is or not ... but according to siteadvisor the site is not credible ... but I think we are not any side if we by that point.


    Both programs can be FP .... or they will be detected by some AV by obtaining sensitive information from the users?



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  14. ronjor

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    Let's confine the ESET support forum to questions concerning operational problems of ESET products and not the test results of various programs.
     
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