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  • Hi Shonix,

    Please have a look at THAT post.

    Cheers.
    enoskype

    - Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder and belongs to the man who can appreciate it. -

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    • Originally posted by itobe View Post
      hi samtso,

      we saw the info you offered and the FPs will be resolved next db version 1212. thanks for your quick response.

      best regards.
      Hi itobe,

      I just do another scan with the latest update, but still found this:

      IObit Security 360

      OS:Windows XP
      Version:1.0.1.30
      Define Version:1213
      Time Elapsed:00:12:09
      Objects Scanned:2308
      Threats Found:1

      |Name|Type|Description|ID|
      Adware.ADON, File, F:\Programs\Multimedia\Exact Audio Copy\eac-0.99pb4.exe, 10-9585

      Any suggestion for me?

      Thanks and regards,
      Sam
      samtso

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      • Just in time, I have made another scan with Iobit360 today, and even if I do no have deleted the keys, the new scan do not show the problem again. Who have fixed the problem? Iobit, Comodo or Windows Defender? I do not know.

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        • Hi,
          Just downloaded Iobit 360 and did a scan, here's the report.

          IObit Security 360

          OS:Windows 7
          Version:1.0.1.30
          Define Version:1213
          Time Elapsed:00:09:58
          Objects Scanned:71548
          Threats Found:1

          |Name|Type|Description|ID|
          Trojan.Cript.XPACK, File, D:\games\Blood Bowl\Data\Sound\Plugins\codec_asf.dll, 11-272

          Im sure this is a false positive or cyanide started releasing games containing malmare :razz: dont think so.

          Anyways do regular scans with SAS, malwarebytes and spyware terminator all report no problems.

          Cheers

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          • Originally posted by cstortion View Post
            I have previously reported this to you as feedback but received nothing helpful in response. The following is the last scan report from IObit 360:

            IObit Security 360

            OS:Windows XP
            Version:0.1.1.8
            Time:6/26/2009 12:35:49 PM

            |Name|Type|Description|
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\26-6-2009 (12-13-56).txt
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\26-6-2009 (12-16-17).txt
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\26-6-2009 (9-58-55).txt
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\6,26,2009_10,9,11.cab

            I have contacted the folks at Registry Fix and they have said that they have attempted to contact you about this issue. They have assured me that their program contains no malware. I have tested for it with other prominent detection tools and yours is the only one that shows Registry Fix 7.1 to be rouge-ware. Please consider removing Registry Fix 7.1 from your list of malware. Otherwise, explain your rationale and justify why you categorized it as such. Thanks.

            CAS
            I have the same problem man!!!

            Also I called the maintenance people from registry fix, and they said the same. Here is my log

            IObit Security 360

            OS:Windows Vista
            Version:1.0.0.60
            Definir Version:1205
            Tiempo Transcurrido:00:10:19
            Objetos Analizados:59999
            Amenazas Encontradas:65

            |Nombre|Tipo|Descripción|ID|
            Rogue.RegistryFix, Folder, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, Folder, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix.exe, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, Folder, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, Folder, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\UninstlDll.dll, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\1-12-2008 (3-14-6).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\1-12-2008 (3-24-42).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\1-5-2009 (0-57-43).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\10-5-2009 (1-54-29).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\11-3-2009 (19-8-51).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\11-4-2009 (19-59-39).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\11-4-2009 (23-51-26).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\14-11-2008 (14-52-56).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\14-7-2009 (11-5-33).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\17-8-2009 (9-43-0).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\19-11-2008 (11-50-54).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\2-11-2008 (3-32-13).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\2-12-2008 (4-41-58).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\23-5-2009 (8-33-3).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\23-6-2009 (15-37-28).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\23-9-2009 (0-19-18).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\24-3-2009 (19-26-26).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\24-9-2009 (1-50-9).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\29-7-2009 (9-53-26).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\30-10-2008 (11-22-1).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\30-10-2008 (2-26-50).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\30-10-2008 (7-6-44).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\31-10-2008 (17-21-31).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\4-11-2008 (20-36-39).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\5-12-2008 (2-4-36).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\6-11-2008 (1-37-14).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\6-11-2008 (19-59-25).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\6-6-2009 (16-40-35).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\logs\8-2-2009 (15-2-50).txt, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\10,30,2008_11,27,50.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\10,30,2008_2,38,1.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\10,30,2008_7,18,28.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\10,31,2008_17,35,2.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\11,14,2008_15,0,55.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\11,19,2008_12,38,8.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\11,2,2008_3,48,55.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\11,4,2008_21,2,35.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\11,6,2008_1,48,25.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\11,6,2008_20,7,21.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\12,1,2008_3,24,37.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\12,1,2008_3,38,4.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\12,2,2008_7,3,59.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\12,5,2008_2,31,31.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\3,11,2009_19,18,25.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\3,24,2009_19,57,37.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\4,11,2009_20,15,27.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\4,12,2009_7,45,21.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\5,1,2009_9,9,50.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\5,10,2009_6,54,46.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\5,23,2009_8,55,11.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\6,23,2009_15,57,12.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\6,6,2009_17,11,3.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\7,14,2009_11,34,24.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\7,29,2009_10,5,35.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\8,17,2009_9,57,48.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\9,23,2009_0,46,18.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\Program Files\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7Backup\9,24,2009_6,37,35.cab, 3-2957
            Rogue.RegistryFix, Folder, C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\RegistryFix7, 3-2958
            Rogue.RegistryFix, File, C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\RegistryFix7\RegistryFix7.lnk, 3-2958

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            • 333halfevil has given the reply!!!

              Originally posted by 333halfevil View Post
              This is a correct detection and is a rogue program. Remove immediately :neutral:
              I would listen to 333halfevil!!!

              Cheers.
              enoskype

              - Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder and belongs to the man who can appreciate it. -

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              • I Keep getting this adware coming up i bit tells me it has deleted it but has not

                IObit Security 360

                OS:Windows XP
                Version:1.0.1.30
                Define Version:1215
                Time Elapsed:00:01:35
                Objects Scanned:44986
                Threats Found:1

                |Name|Type|Description|ID|
                Tracking Cookies - Removed, Cookies, Cookie:user@zedo.com/, 7-1537

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                • BtwNamespaceExt ? FP???

                  Runing IOBit-S360 today it found this guy. Comodo do not acuse nothing.

                  IObit Security 360

                  OS:Windows Vista
                  Version:1.0.1.30
                  Define Version:1217
                  Time Elapsed:00:03:05
                  Objects Scanned:60518
                  Threats Found:1

                  |Name|Type|Description|ID|
                  Win32.Agent, File, C:\Windows\system32\BtwNamespaceExt.dll, 11-18054




                  Had submited to VirusTotal and get nothing. Part only of the report is below because it exceds the limit. The print report in PDF too is to great 144KB and could not be sent here

                  My question is: It is a virus or not?

                  Arquivo 21473D8200248935E07D0968AF2BE5001E11D2C8.dll recebido em 2009.07.13 18:49:30 (UTC)
                  Andamento: terminado
                  Resultado: 0/41 (0.00%)
                  Modo compacto
                  Imprimir resultados
                  Antivírus Versão Última Atualização Resultado
                  a-squared 4.5.0.22 2009.07.13 -
                  AhnLab-V3 5.0.0.2 2009.07.13 -
                  AntiVir 7.9.0.204 2009.07.13 -
                  Antiy-AVL 2.0.3.1 2009.07.10 -
                  Authentium 5.1.2.4 2009.07.13 -
                  Avast 4.8.1335.0 2009.07.13 -
                  AVG 8.5.0.387 2009.07.13 -
                  BitDefender 7.2 2009.07.13 -
                  CAT-QuickHeal 10.00 2009.07.10 -
                  ClamAV 0.94.1 2009.07.13 -
                  Comodo 1602 2009.07.13 -
                  DrWeb 5.0.0.12182 2009.07.13 -
                  eSafe 7.0.17.0 2009.07.13 -
                  eTrust-Vet 31.6.6610 2009.07.13 -
                  F-Prot 4.4.4.56 2009.07.13 -
                  F-Secure 8.0.14470.0 2009.07.13 -
                  Fortinet 3.120.0.0 2009.07.13 -
                  GData 19 2009.07.13 -
                  Ikarus T3.1.1.64.0 2009.07.13 -
                  Jiangmin 11.0.706 2009.07.13 -
                  K7AntiVirus 7.10.791 2009.07.13 -
                  Kaspersky 7.0.0.125 2009.07.13 -
                  McAfee 5675 2009.07.13 -
                  McAfee+Artemis 5675 2009.07.13 -
                  McAfee-GW-Edition 6.8.5 2009.07.13 -
                  Microsoft 1.4803 2009.07.13 -
                  NOD32 4240 2009.07.13 -
                  Norman 2009.07.13 -
                  nProtect 2009.1.8.0 2009.07.13 -
                  Panda 10.0.0.14 2009.07.12 -
                  PCTools 4.4.2.0 2009.07.13 -
                  Prevx 3.0 2009.07.13 -
                  Rising 21.38.04.00 2009.07.13 -
                  Sophos 4.43.0 2009.07.13 -
                  Sunbelt 3.2.1858.2 2009.07.13 -
                  Symantec 1.4.4.12 2009.07.13 -
                  TheHacker 6.3.4.3.366 2009.07.12 -
                  TrendMicro 8.950.0.1094 2009.07.13 -
                  VBA32 3.12.10.8 2009.07.12 -
                  ViRobot 2009.7.13.1833 2009.07.13 -
                  VirusBuster 4.6.5.0 2009.07.13 -
                  Informações adicionais
                  File size: 647168 bytes
                  MD5 : 6b388b4e6cb0a1e4b665416f68aba86e
                  SHA1 : ee15ea1530715458c30bda65a1e1f83f3e620f82
                  SHA256: 6edd555729614ee3295093dd21030fbf2c927a8bcbda2faf7807bddee5dfc09d
                  PEInfo: PE Structure information

                  ( base data )
                  entrypointaddress.: 0x4B40D
                  timedatestamp.....: 0x4550EC8B (Tue Nov 7 21:28:59 2006)
                  machinetype.......: 0x14C (Intel I386)

                  ( 5 sections )
                  name viradd virsiz rawdsiz ntrpy md5
                  .text 0x1000 0x510F6 0x52000 6.47 32d578a6dd871d512a1308cc68a35636
                  .rdata 0x53000 0x1C91C 0x1D000 5.24 ab5cf0104a1f27045c497ec7885f4345
                  .data 0x70000 0x303FC 0x3000 3.99 48ec660fea8a9112bb8c7148c4fe2992
                  .rsrc 0xA1000 0x1D338 0x1E000 4.28 88ca0b57060143589ef536ace7e30d20
                  .reloc 0xBF000 0xC060 0xD000 5.14 20e51bb1b36d7a0ec5a2a2912e9409d7

                  ================ etc etc etc

                  > DllCanUnloadNow, DllGetClassObject, DllRegisterServer, DllUnregisterServer
                  TrID : File type identification
                  DirectShow filter (52.6%)
                  Windows OCX File (32.2%)
                  Win32 Executable MS Visual C++ (generic) (9.8%)
                  Win32 Executable Generic (2.2%)
                  Win32 Dynamic Link Library (generic) (1.9%)
                  ssdeep: 12288:Xkni0JMox5FDO7lMLg7+mUpUA/J+YpYkUjQhu3oegI3U:X0VMUF5Q6pjB7YdjQhu3BgI3
                  PEiD : -
                  RDS : NSRL Reference Data Set
                  -
                  ATENÇÃO: VirusTotal é um serviço gratuito oferecido por Hispasec Sistemas. Não há garantias quanto à disponibilidade e continuidade desse serviço. Apesar da taxa de detecção proporcionada pelo uso de múltiplos mecanismos de antivírus ser muito superior àquela oferecida por um único produto, os resultados NÃO garantem a possibilidade de um arquivo ser inofensivo. Atualmente, não há qualquer solução que ofereça 100% de eficiência na detecção de vírus e arquivos maliciosos..

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                  • IOBit Security 360 V1.01 (Free) reports WINDOWS SYSTEM FILE as a THREAT!!!

                    THIS IS WHAT THE SCAN REPORT FILE STATES:

                    IObit Security 360

                    OS:Windows Vista
                    Version:1.0.1.30
                    Define Version:1230
                    Time Elapsed:00:03:50
                    Objects Scanned:61246
                    Threats Found:1

                    |Name|Type|Description|ID|
                    Rogueware.Dropped.Malware, File, C:\Windows\system32\MSVolume.dll, 4-13085

                    As you can see in this scan report that IOBit Security 360 V1.01 (Free) has reported a WINDOWS SYSTEM FILE as a THREAT!!!. This is the FIRST TIME I actually installed and ran a scan using this software so I have NO PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE about it. All I know that WINDOWS SYSTEM FILES are EXTREMELY IMPORTANT!!! for the proper functioning of the computer and should not be tampered with. I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT TO DO, CAN SOMEBODY PLEASE HELP!!!!!!

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                    • Hi Anonymous
                      Please submit it to VirusTotal
                      I do not have that file on my XP system
                      I am fairly sure it is malware.
                      At least place it in quarantine until you/VirusTotal determine that it is in fact malware.
                      Just becaused it is placed in Window System32 files does not mean that it is an original Windows file, the producers of malware often tries to place their malware files where they can do the most damage.
                      Cheers
                      solbjerg

                      Originally posted by Anonymous 1 View Post
                      THIS IS WHAT THE SCAN REPORT FILE STATES:

                      IObit Security 360

                      OS:Windows Vista
                      Version:1.0.1.30
                      Define Version:1230
                      Time Elapsed:00:03:50
                      Objects Scanned:61246
                      Threats Found:1

                      |Name|Type|Description|ID|
                      Rogueware.Dropped.Malware, File, C:\Windows\system32\MSVolume.dll, 4-13085

                      As you can see in this scan report that IOBit Security 360 V1.01 (Free) has reported a WINDOWS SYSTEM FILE as a THREAT!!!. This is the FIRST TIME I actually installed and ran a scan using this software so I have NO PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE about it. All I know that WINDOWS SYSTEM FILES are EXTREMELY IMPORTANT!!! for the proper functioning of the computer and should not be tampered with. I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT TO DO, CAN SOMEBODY PLEASE HELP!!!!!!
                      太阳山 (solbjerg)
                      Ceterum censeo Usage of IObit Products esse legendum
                      (Furthermore I think that Usage of IObit Products must be read)
                      Itemized subjects Table of content
                      In relation to defragmentation Think about defragmentation
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                      • File Size Is 0 Bytes!!! Virus Total Doesn"t Scan My File

                        Hi Solbjerg,
                        This is Anonymous 1.

                        As you said, I tried to upload file to Virus Total but it says that FILE SIZE IS 0 BYTES. And it displays this weird message in a different language. I will place the file in Quarantine until you respond. I really don't know what I should do with this file, should I completely remove even from Quarantine or just leave it there.

                        PLEASE HELP!!!

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                        • Originally posted by Anonymous 1 View Post
                          Hi Solbjerg,
                          This is Anonymous 1.

                          As you said, I tried to upload file to Virus Total but it says that FILE SIZE IS 0 BYTES. And it displays this weird message in a different language. I will place the file in Quarantine until you respond. I really don't know what I should do with this file, should I completely remove even from Quarantine or just leave it there.

                          PLEASE HELP!!!
                          hi Anonymous 1,

                          MSVolume.dll is NOT an essential WINDOWS SYSTEM FILE.

                          It is a malware that spreads by infecting Windows executable files via Windows security loopholes. When inside, MSVolume will drop corrupt msvolume.dll files into Windows registry and inundate the desktop with unsolicited pop ups. Typically MSVolume.dll is spread via unwanted spam emails, news groups, schat rooms and infected file sharing downloads. The MSVolume.dll malware is a high risk security infection!

                          Either "completely remove even from Quarantine or just leave it there" is all right. :grin:

                          Cheers.
                          IObit Support Team--Any ideas or suggestions? Please kindly share with us...Thanx

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                          • Hello, 2 FP for me:

                            IObit Security 360

                            OS:Windows 7
                            Version:1.0.2.2
                            Define Version:1239
                            Time Elapsed:00:56:15
                            Objects Scanned:231488
                            Threats Found:2

                            |Name|Type|Description|ID|
                            Adware.Winpup, File, C:\Users\B-boy\AppData\Roaming\Skype\b-boy_style\etilqs_DD5DhM8iCafJgP3VTsid, 9-93385
                            Win32.Dialer.NCG, File, D:\GAMES\TOTAL ANNIHILATION\tawirepx.dll, 11-3133

                            tawirepx.dll - VirusTotal

                            http://www.virustotal.com/analisis/e...2bc-1255910295

                            Regards,
                            Georgi

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                            • Originally posted by Georgi View Post
                              Hello, 2 FP for me:

                              IObit Security 360

                              OS:Windows 7
                              Version:1.0.2.2
                              Define Version:1239
                              Time Elapsed:00:56:15
                              Objects Scanned:231488
                              Threats Found:2

                              |Name|Type|Description|ID|
                              Adware.Winpup, File, C:\Users\B-boy\AppData\Roaming\Skype\b-boy_style\etilqs_DD5DhM8iCafJgP3VTsid, 9-93385
                              Win32.Dialer.NCG, File, D:\GAMES\TOTAL ANNIHILATION\tawirepx.dll, 11-3133

                              tawirepx.dll - VirusTotal

                              http://www.virustotal.com/analisis/e...2bc-1255910295

                              Regards,
                              Georgi
                              hi Georgi,

                              thanks for your warmhearted feedback.

                              the tawirepx.dll is proved as a FP, it will be solved soon.

                              urmmm, how about the other one?

                              thanks in advanced and expect your reply soon.
                              IObit Support Team--Any ideas or suggestions? Please kindly share with us...Thanx

                              Comment


                              • Hello itobe,

                                Thanks for your fast reply.
                                The second file is virus free too.
                                Skype and Mozilla Firefox creates those temp files as well. :)

                                http://www.virustotal.com/analisis/c...6f6-1255918467



                                Regards,
                                Georgi

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