NP's for me nothing has been detected .
D_Day_Dawson I have another one that they can't find, that changes my homepage to search.cc or something...
I found this on their contact page, you might want to try the Cleaner.exe they have supplied there. :)
I run NOD32 which supposedly is better than norton & mcafee and it had no trouble. Could be some virus writing to your files post download/messing with your viral scanner. There are some viruses that specificly target certain scanners so it could always be one of those.
JohnnyRD_D_D. I found this on their contact page, you might want to try the Cleaner.exe they have supplied there. :) http://your-search.cc/contactus.html
Mmmm - I'm a bit sceptical at the moment - my daughter clicked in a spam email to get removed from their list... you can't imagine how much spam I get now on her email account..! I'll investigate that link though - thanks. @Bammeu - yeah hijacked! I'm close to reinstalling windows 2k... I'll maybe spend some more time looking into it - off to the US for 2 weeks soon so it'll have to wait. Good news is if I go to the US, FH devs have a knack of releasing stuff when I'm away from home! So hope you're all enjoying 0.62 when I get back :)
DDD go to http://forums.techguy.org/ register post in Windows NT/2k/XP and tell them about it they will help you they know alot about this stufff :)
Take a look at the clickteam homepage http://www.clickteam.com/English/index.php
McAfee is reporting a false alarm. there is no virus.
Wow, I'm glad th here that! I think thats the same issue DC had? It was the installer.
huskerpatTake a look at the clickteam homepage http://www.clickteam.com/English/index.php McAfee is reporting a false alarm. there is no virus.
Thanks for the info huskerpat, maybe the call and email I made to the tech support yesterday got them started on this. The company I work for resells McAfee and this was reprted to them with our Grant Number, strange how I still don't have an official response from them...
Below is the official response.from McAfee.
Hi Brenden, I have received confirmation from AVERT, this is a false detection. Attached is an updated detection driver which can be applied and will prevent the false alarm from occurring. You will need to copy the Extra.dat to the Engine folder or where the Scan.dat is (e.g. C:\Program Files\Common Files\Network Associates\Engine). The daily DAT has fixed the problem as well. http://vil.nai.com/vil/virus-4d.asp regards, Joseph
I just had the same thing happen, except I have no virus protection. So I started getting crashes and DCOM problems, went to trend micro and it's a virus called BKDR_SANDBOX.A Pretty bullshit that fileplanet is hosting a virus, probably some punk trying to steal cd keys or something.