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A Trojan.Agent Mystery

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  • Started 3 years ago by gregoryshock125
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ronniesonora
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It could be a false positive!

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GuiltySpark
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Hi Greg,

Can you update your definitions and see if those files are still detected, and if so can you use the built in False Positive reporter.

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gregoryshock125
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I always update the definitions before doing a system scan. I keep a backup of everything I think I need to keep. I ran superantispyware over one of back up external hard drives. It also reported those files to be bad. Then I decided to try and update the definitions again. This time the report is clear.

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