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(Solved) - Wi-fi password

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  • Started 1 year ago by LarrySr
  • Latest reply from whs
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vistamike
vistamike
Posts: 10945

Larry please post an image, I have no problem with it at all, my av found nothing

Posted 1 year ago
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Lighthouse
Lighthouse
Posts: 13598

My MSE picked it up on the unextract, but it looks to be a false positive.

Posted 1 year ago
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LarrySr
LarrySr
Posts: 270

I get the message from Norton on the attempt to unextract. I tried to capture an image of the message using snagit but it would not let me do that.

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ispalten
ispalten
Posts: 6259

Larry, you can get ALL the info in the LOG Norton keeps, Advanced Tab, History under Computer protection.

Irv S.

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whs
whs
Posts: 17584

A Linksys router you should be able to access if you open a browser and type 192.168.1.1 - then hit Enter. The username is ADMIN and the password is PASSWORD. There you should see your own password under 'Wireless Settings'

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LarrySr
LarrySr
Posts: 270

ispalten; here is what I got from Norton log. Full Path: c:\quarten\wirelesskeyview\wirelesskeyview.exe
Threat: Trojan.ADH.2
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On computers as of 
2/25/2013 at 12:42:00 PM

Last Used 
2/25/2013 at 12:42:00 PM

Startup Item 
No

Launched 
No

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Unknown
Number of users in the Norton Community that have used this file: Unknown
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Unknown
This file release is currently not known.
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High
This file risk is high.
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Threat Details
Threat type: Virus. Programs that infect other programs, files, or areas of a computer by inserting themselves or attaching themselves to that medium.
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file origin tree

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File Actions
wirelesskeyview.exe
Blocked

Avg. Resource Usage:
Unknown

Avg. CPU Usage:
Unknown

Avg. Memory Usage:
Unknown

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File Thumbprint - SHA:
4f64507c2ed87360726771372e5fa9044faa5347ffcf00de80a7f2a69d2738c2
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File Thumbprint - MD5:
a4f73599a9b507269922f570cfda367c
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ispalten
ispalten
Posts: 6259

Larry, I get a LOT like that, especially for some Beta testing I do. Reason is basically these lines :

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Unknown
Number of users in the Norton Community that have used this file: Unknown
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Unknown
This file release is currently not known.
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High
This file risk is high.
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Norton 'throws' this out on basically new or less frequently used files. I think I might have 'shut' that report off? Not sure how? I think by now allowing Sonar to look at my D/L folder? I figure when I go to execute the file it would catch something, but I'm not sure.

To me, the above reasons are FALSE POSTITIVES.

Irv S.

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whs
whs
Posts: 17584

This is a sidetracking conversation. If he goes into the router, he can find the password easily.

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