analyser Says: October 31st, 2009 at 10:50 am @Juan AV companies doesn't need to have source code.. Trojan:win32/rundas!plock False Positive I call BS since I had that too with AVG, installed MSE and it found nothing. You may want to contact antivirus companies such as AVG and see what can be done, and if they can "whitelist" your application. (AVG - Report a false positive) Submitting false
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Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. dbur Says: September 4th, 2009 at 10:14 am I've been using a simple a time sync prog for about 15 years (AtomicClockSync). Leaving a note here in case others have more information, either that its not a false positive or for others who are getting the same error/report. have a peek at these guys I have uninstalled Ashampoo Firewall and switched MS Firewall on and AVG updates without any problem.
The firewall warns me that I'm then not protected until I restart. Even the "Kaspersky removal tool" is detected as a trojan by Mcafee. Antivirus companies don't care that they block their own customers that want to recover their own passwords, and they don't care that they may cause their customer to think that I'm Eduuu Says: October 14th, 2009 at 8:12 pm Antivirus softwares just exist to leave your system slower.
A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Even when I find the method to report about a false alert, deeply in their Web site, most of the companies don't answer the requests at all or simply send an GamingAwesome1 View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by GamingAwesome1 Find Threads by GamingAwesome1 11-10-2012, 04:52 PM #11 Fellaj Join Date: Dec 2010 Reputation: 9 Posts: 69 I getting the keys out of the old and more or less crapped windows installation - and almost before I start produKey I'm told that this MUST be a generic virus trojan
Password is: avg1 Despite what your tech people have said, these files don NOT contain a virus, they are legitimate password recovery tools. Tom Says: December 14th, 2009 at 10:23 am I recently contacted AVG reference the 'Trojan' false positives, amazingly they have said that they will change the detection to 'potentially unwanted program'. That way I can use the software, but still be safe.Got Feedback? But malicious people may try to trick you into downloading malware with this assurance.
Its too bad the customers can't file complaints with the Federal Trade Commission over that kind of behavior from computer software makers - or can we? Wait for a couple of minutes. 9. They also added a commend to this post, it's recommended to read it too. Then I downloaded them and stored them all on a flash drive.
Send it over to http://www.virustotal.com and see if other scanners show the same result. and everything is fine. One should consider the source where they get a file. Out of curiosity I checked and the file was also "infected" by McAfee or some other program they had at the time.