Surveillance Alert-All Seeing Eye

Discussion in 'other security issues & news' started by GARGPR, Sep 13, 2005.

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  1. GARGPR

    GARGPR Registered Member

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    Hello:

    Lately my computer has been getting surveillance alerts from All Seeing Eye as follows:

    An Unauthorized driver with the following details was loaded:

    Base name: mc220.tmp
    Registered Path: /??/C:/DOCUME~1/Robert/Locals~1/Temp/mc220.tmp
    Resolved Path:

    These surveillance alerts occur often. I choose the option: Temporarily ignore during this session only, won't be authenticated.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
     
  2. the Tester

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  3. Arup

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    I really like this program but the high CPU usage truly deters me from using it.
     
  4. controler

    controler Guest

    Hello Arup

    mc220.tmp does not have the correct file extention to be a driver

    mc220.drv would be the correct extention for it to be seen by windows as a driver.

    Unless the extention is something like mc220.tmp.drv

    Alot of programs detect dual extentions now. Do you have windows set to show file extentions?

    When you manualy look at the file showing file extentions, does it show more then one extention?

    controler
     
  5. AManetti

    AManetti Registered Member

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    Just a guess: Do you have Webroot Spysweeper running? I had a couple of reports from Norton Antivirus on files with names of the form mcNNN.tmp, which are apparently generated by Webroot.

    (According to Norton support, these reports were false alarms triggered by a glitch in the virus detection software. Doing a liveupdate seemed to correct the problem.)


     
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