Very quick response from DrWeb!!!

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by jlo, Jan 5, 2009.

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  1. tiagozt

    tiagozt Registered Member

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    I don't think that all other companies added the file without analysis... How do you explain 36 companies found a signature and Dr Web says it's clean?

    I got the malware in my pendrive when I used it in the university. When I opened it in my computer F-Secure detected the malware. It was on september. So I sent to Dr.Web, Trendmicro and Panda because the three didn't detect (and some other). Panda and Trendmicro added...
     
  2. C.S.J

    C.S.J Massive Poster

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    this forum is biased!
    maybe corrupt,

    but if they have analyzed it, and they tell you its not a virus... I dont see how you can complain ;)
     
  3. format_c

    format_c Registered Member

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    they may do what they want, that's their own business.
    we never added and won't add the garbage into the bases.
    another story - if you don't send the sample, you have answer "that was not a virus" because of duplicated requests.
     
  4. tiagozt

    tiagozt Registered Member

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    I needed to come here today to say that the file I sent to Dr.Web about 4 months ago (ticket #608495) and created a lot of discussion here was finally analyzed (or reanalyzed?) and they discovered (!) that it's infected and that it's not a false positive from other 36 companies.

    \o/ \o/ \o/ \o/ \o/ \o/

    I received an e-mail now:
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    It looks like a joke but it is not.

    I tested and now Dr.Web is really detecting the malware... what other companies are doing since October...

    Good job!
     
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  5. SergM

    SergM Registered Member

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    Yes, such excesses sometimes intervene.
    I can offer to all of wishings a good way of the decision of similar problems.
    At a forum DrWeb http://forum.drweb.com there is a topic about raw tickets. http://forum.drweb.com/index.php? showtopic=4084&st=740&start=740
    In this topic does not need knowledge of Russian. Simply write number of the raw ticket and, at necessity, a detail. This topic is traced by virus analysts of the company, and it is sufficient an effective. Try this way!
     
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