Xabot (Ungultiger Datentyp fur)

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  1. Frangord1

    Frangord1 Registered Member

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    According to Spybot S&D (1.3), this is a DSO exploit. I have Spybot remove it, and it comes back. Obviously, it's a German thing (I am unable to put the umlauts in the above). I don't know what it is or what I should do about it.
     
  2. LowWaterMark

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    Can you explain a little more about just what Spybot is showing you in its scan results? If it is just that "DSO Exploit" itself is present and Spybot's attempts to fix it look successful, but the next scan you run shows it there again, then that is a known bug in Spybot 1.3 that hasn't been fixed yet. Look at this thread on that:

    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?p=177899
     
  3. Bubba

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    Hey FranGord,

    Your dealing with 2 issues. The Xabot\Ungultiger Datentyp fur issue and the DSO Exploit issue. LowWaterMark supplied a link to an explanation to the false positive issue concerning the DSO exploit and the below link concerns a false positive as far as the Xabot\Ungultiger Datentyp fur issue.

    These below links
    Scan failing on Xabot
    Error: Xabot

    BTW....have you downloaded and applied the 23 June 2004 update that may have fixed these false positives ?
     
  4. Frangord1

    Frangord1 Registered Member

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    Thanks, Bubba and Watermark. I am still getting the above when I run SpyBot S&D, have S&D remove it, then get it back again. Bubba, I tried SpyBot for an update, but was told there is none. Do I just wait until there is one?
     
  5. LowWaterMark

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    Unfortunately, yes. The false positives are known and fixes are coded but not yet released. In the meantime just ignore them.
     
  6. Frangord1

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    Thank you kindly. I shall ignore it -- until I hear something about an update.
    Fran
     
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