SpyBot and New Nod32

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Palombaro, May 25, 2005.

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  1. Palombaro

    Palombaro Registered Member

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    A Threat is identified by Nod32 when scanning with Spybot. The threat is to the file MSRTRT.EXE by Win32/Tool.WinCap.Reboot application. This 'threat' only appeared very recently.
    False Positive?
     
  2. pykko

    pykko Registered Member

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    Well, This warning appears only when u scan your comp with SpyBoto_O
    Is this file inside your Program Files/Spy BOT folder o_O
     
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    No conflict here between the two apps
     
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    No problems here.
     
  6. Palombaro

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    Read the thread but not clear as to how to proceed. It seems that some applications use the file legitemately to complete an action on reboot> Am I right or have I misunderstood?
    Do I delete the file ? If so what are the consequences for software such as Spybot?
    Thanks
     
  7. Palombaro

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    Deleted it: no negative consequences.
     
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    I received the same threat warning from Nod,but it was during an uninstall of a Beta version of Outpost Firewall,in order to test another build.The Nod threat notice also stated that file in question was created during the running of UNWISE .EXE,ran manual NOD scan and Tauscan on file(UNWISE) and it was clean.Sent Bug report to Agnitum.As stated in one of the previous threads,not a Virus or Trojan.FP I guess.Regards.
     
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