[RC5] AVG detects dnet.exe as a trojan and deletes it

Joris W. bumperklever101 at hotmail.com
Mon Sep 17 14:52:06 EDT 2007


Sophos also treats this program as Malware. I had a dnetc client installed om my
PC at work (not as a service) but after a Sophos update last week the client was
detected as Malware.
 
Jay
 



> Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2007 14:41:59 -0400> From: dsushon.list at gmail.com> To: rc5 at lists.distributed.net> Subject: Re: [RC5] AVG detects dnet.exe as a trojan and deletes it> > McAfee's current anti-virus lists dnetc as a "potentially unwanted> program" rather than a virus & from the distribution i've installed,> the option to scan for & automatically deny execution to "potentially> unwanted programs" is enabled by default...> > D> > On 9/17/07, Gregory Sigman <sigman at ohio.edu> wrote:> > >No other major Anti-virus program I know of treats this program as a> > >Trojan, including Norton Antivirus, and CA eTrust.> >> > McAfee does or at least did at one time; I couldn't say if they still> > do as I haven't actually run dnetc on a Windows box in a number of> > years.> >> > Greg Sigman> > _______________________________________________> > rc5 mailing list> > rc5 at lists.distributed.net> > http://lists.distributed.net/mailman/listinfo/rc5> >> _______________________________________________> rc5 mailing list> rc5 at lists.distributed.net> http://lists.distributed.net/mailman/listinfo/rc5
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