what is LANZARL2007?

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  1. legendary

    legendary Registered Member

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    Today i wake up and check my msconfig and LANZARL2007 is on it?
    Is this Malware or a Virus?
    Any advice would help i have Panda 2007 antivirus on the PC.
     
  2. farmerlee

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  3. legendary

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    Wow i am confused,this still doesnt really say what the heck it is?
     
  4. dawgg

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    Find the directory of it, zip it up in a password protected archive with password "infected" and e-mail it to Panda's VirusLab: labs@pandasoftware.com
    Also include the password in the e-mail.

    I'm not sure how quick Panda's viruslabs are with replying, you can allways also e-mail it to newvirus@kaspersky.com... they reply within few hours usually if you want a quick answer.

    Can also upload the *.exe to www.virustotal.com to see what other AVs detect it as malicious
     
  5. kjempen

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    This thread may be a bit old, but I also recently noticed this on my machine.

    Autorun Entry: LanzarL2007
    Description: Setup.exe
    Publisher: Macrovision Corporation
    Image Path: c:\documents and settings\***\local settings\temp\{1f508395-3e16-4094-b58e-f190bbad4752}\{d1da2ba7-2592-4036-9bb2-dccabde8dc1a}\..\..\l2007tmp\setup.exe

    MD5 value of the file "setup.exe": bef1e6a9b97045ec3f2b9cf34acb6810 , which seems to be clean according to the scanners at Virus.Org, jotti's Online malware scan and VirusTotal.

    At the Macrovision web site, I found that they offer downloads of InstallShield (among other things), and that they deal with "Content Protection, Software Licensing and Digital Rights Management". Looking in the same folder as where I found the "setup.exe", I notice files related to Panda Software. But I don't have it installed? I did mean to trial it but it wouldn't install because of my AVG Anti-Spyware program (said it was incompatible). I'm going to guess the LanzarL2007 thing is related to the Panda installer? But why is it still there if my Panda installation failed (I cancelled it)?
     
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