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My AVG Anti-spyware detected CCleaner version 1.39.502 have dropper.pakes! Man! Y u doing this! Before this i have total respect for this soft. but now... i don't know what that trojan/malware do in good or harmful way for any of us, but for me you betray us! FYI, i download this copy from filehippo.com. Pls reply. Cao

Report_Scan_20070424_000058.txt

Report_Scan_20070424_003747.txt

dropperpakes.doc

Report_Scan_20070424_000058.txt

Report_Scan_20070424_003747.txt

dropperpakes.doc

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I don't know why people have a $hit fit when things like this happen. When ever any of my malware programs detect something, especially in a program that is reputable like CCleaner, I go to the forum of that malware program and see what others are reporting. If it's a false positive it will be reported very quickly. Why go to the forum of the program that is detected as malware and freak out and accuse them of betrayal?

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My AVG Anti-spyware detected CCleaner version 1.39.502 have dropper.pakes!

 

 

False positive

Synonyms: False alarm

 

A false positive is another way of saying ?mistake?. As applied to the field of anti-virus programs, a false positive occurs when the program mistakenly flags an innocent file as being infected. This may seem harmless enough, but false positives can be a real nuisance.

 

Viruslist.com

 

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Alright thn. Thanks to everyone for replied. Sorry for my word for being too harsh but everyone hv right to complain, isn't it? Thanks again. :rolleyes::P

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Hey dudes chill.it maybe a accidental infection also.currently its a false claim. you know HP site was accidently ifected by virus once and their Drivers were infected with Virus. so chill . anything can happen because of someone elses fault.

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MY suggestion is visit AVG website, and find out the virus info and tell the details and see Nortons website, Mcafee website and verify if all websites share same info. and see the definition of dropper.* .

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Quick heal shows Mirc.exe as tools.Win32 and deletes it. AVG has gone bonkers. Quick heal earlier was supposed to be office based AV. Like that maybe AVG considers it as threat but software may be safe.

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