FudgePickle

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  1. I can certainly respect that. For me, if it's not malware, then it's fine by me. In fact, WebCopier 2.1a DOES have spyware, but it can be removed. I haven't found a program that copies websites as well, so I keep using it. Well, dang! It works great on my Windows 2000, SP4 system. Do I gotta stop using it? Still showing as medium risk. I'll keep updating and scanning. OK. I'll pray that they lower it to "low-risk".
  2. Hi FudgePickle, and welcome to the forum I edited your post: 1) Please follow Forum Posting Rules Do you mean this link? http://support.emsisoft.com/forum-9/announcement-3-forum-posting-rules/ and - provide information about your system Windows 2000; Service Pack 4; platform=x86 other security Software especially those with real-time Guards and other background processes running=none; Firewall=Zone Alarm - do not inline post reports, please attach them; Sorry. In addition your report was incomplete How so? 2) In order to investigate the matter in the first place submit entries from the detection list to EMSI developers for analysis Right clicked and submitted as false alerts. Please ask if you have questions about the procedure When will these be reviewed? It’s actually not necessary for the EMSI Lab to “personalize” submissions. The goal is to analyze and provide a fix with the update if that was FP. That will affect others with the similar detection(s). In average it may take ~2-3 days. You can rescan manually by Custom Scan. How will I know that they have been reviewed? 3) Here are few links to read in order to be more familiar with investigating the matter: a ) [sticky: 82-using-security-software-to-scan-data ] Read. b ) In the reply from Thursday, 25 December under “submitting and or auto-rescanning” there are helpful references about different ways to do that. Do you mean this link? http://forum.emsisoft.com/Default.aspx?g=posts&t=4220 I hope you will learn how to investigate, submit detected items, setting Re-Scan option, etc., e.g.: Rescan is set to silent. How should I treat the malware I found? Read. 4) Traces are not necessarily dangerous. Read about Traces here[/b] It's just necessary to find out what is the FreeRIP Software that was flagged since there is Trace.Directory detection - if that is removed - the whole package will be quarantined or deleted Well, when I do a Google search, it comes up #1: http://www.google.com/search?q=convert+cd+to+mp3+free I doubt that it is a malware program if it has such a high Google ranking: http://www.google.com/search?q=freerip.com&btnG=Search+Directory&hl=en&cat=gwd%2FTop Why doesn't A-Squared recognize this?
  3. Got the following entries from the report. Why are they considered "Medium Risk"? a-squared Free - Version 4.5 Last update: 12/1/2009 12:59:11 c:\documents and settings\all users\start menu\programs\freerip3 detected: Trace.Directory.FreeRIP v3.0!A2 Value: HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-21-26502413-1610628737-1200237635-500\Software\MGShareware\FreeRIP3 --> AllowMultipleInstances detected: Trace.Registry.FreeRIP v3.0!A2 Value: HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-21-26502413-1610628737-1200237635-500\Software\MGShareware\FreeRIP3 --> AutoCheckNewVersion detected: Trace.Registry.FreeRIP v3.0!A2 ~ INLINE LOGS REMOVED {Lynx}
  4. Why would SBCMAUT.EXE be classified as a trojan? <http://www.virustotal.com/analisis/d44f888c615e46502fcb3b3fdc2e1d8c115c28a334e55f37b3269225705d2a0e-1257023286> It's from Microsoft Office Small Business Tools, Small Business Customer Manager Automation. I doubt that this file is created by anyone other than Microsoft. Is it a Microsoft trojan?