Why ESET reported this one as virus?

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  1. QQ2595

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    Possible false positive.May you submit it to ESET lab?Go to TOOLS and then SUBMIT FILE FOR ANALYSIS.
     
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    I just contacted with the team of 360Amigo. they said they have sent the sample to ESET lab for many days and there ware no any response.
     
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    In my opinion,most of the software's name started with "360" are not a reliable software.:rolleyes:
     
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    I really hope NOD32 never detect the "virus" through the file name.
    BTW, Norton 360, Xbox 360, Qihoo 360 all are very good products.
     
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    It's not a FP but a rogue tool that is now correctly classified as a potentially unwanted application (reports about 11,000 problems found on a fresh Windows XP).
     
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    No,I meant name that started with 360 for instance rogue av 360 antivirus.Besides, you can have Ccleaner or Auslogic Registry cleaner or any other reputable softwares to tune up your computer.:)
     
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    could you show what are the 11,000 problems?
    only show some parts is ok.

    thanks.
     
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    Sorry, Ccleaner or Auslogic Registry cleaner did very bad job in my chinese system.
     
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    Probably download Chinese version of Ccleaner and Auslogic Registry cleaner would do a good job for youo_O?
     
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    They could use sign language...:D

    The user understand English...anyway. ;)

    By the way, was that meant...the pc in the english system are different in a chinese system? Many uses CCleaner and AusLogic without problem. :doubt:
     
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    Could you tell me what is the most popular app in china? top 3 plz.
     
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    Since the original query has been replied and the thread has gone off-topic then, we'll draw it to a close.
     
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