possible virus

  • Wyatt Hendricks

    Wyatt Hendricks - 2008-05-20

    While downloading WebHuddle_v0_4_9rc19_server[1].exe my anti-virus (TrendMicro OfficeScan) detects the file as infected. Is anyone else having this problem?

    Virus/Malware: Possible_Virus
    Computer: AHSSUN1
    Domain: Avtechmed
    File: C:\Documents and Settings\**********\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\6DEVU9EN\WebHuddle_v0_4_9rc19_server[1].exe ($PLUGINSDIR\nsisdl.dll)
    Date/Time: 5/20/2008 14:41:56
    Result: Virus successfully detected, cannot perform the Clean action (Please see scan result of infected file: WebHuddle_v0_4_9rc19_server[1].exe)

    • John McCaughey

      John McCaughey - 2008-05-20

      Thanks for reporting this but looks like it is a false positive:

      'Based on web searches, it appears that both Symantec and
      McAfee have at one
      time or another also misidentified this file as a
      problem, but have since
      corrected their virus signature updates to correct this

      [this is from http://community.mcafee.com/showthread.php?t=135425 which I found by googling 'nsisdl virus']

      What version of TrendMicro OfficeScan are you using and what virus definition file?



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