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  1. Did a scan this morning and 2 more Adware Flash tracking cookies were reported. IA.MEDIA-IMDB.COM and BROADCAST.PIXMEDIA.FR I take it it's safe to remove them, of course my system re-booted when I attempted to close SAS.
  2. Good question, I hope this gets answered.
  3. Can they be safely removed? I am still left with 58 folders that contain various web addresses .com and wonder if it's safe to remove them too.
  4. I got this too just now after doing a custom scan. I have left these flash tracking cookies in the quarantine and will deal with them once we hear from you as to what to do next. SUPERAntiSpyware Scan Log Generated 05/27/2010 at 09:16 PM Application Version : 4.24.1004 Core Rules Database Version : 4998 Trace Rules Database Version: 2810 Scan type : Custom Scan Total Scan Time : 00:21:27 Memory items scanned : 183 Memory threats detected : 0 Registry items scanned : 3140 Registry threats detected : 0 File items scanned : 3903 File threats detected : 249 Adware.Flash Tracking Cookie C:\WINDOWS\Application Data\MACROMEDIA\FLASH PLAYER\#SHAREDOBJECTS\NA2MGLU2\IA.MEDIA-IMDB.COM C:\WINDOWS\Application Data\MACROMEDIA\FLASH PLAYER\#SHAREDOBJECTS\NA2MGLU2\S0.2MDN.NET C:\WINDOWS\Application Data\MACROMEDIA\FLASH PLAYER\#SHAREDOBJECTS\NA2MGLU2\SECURE-US.IMRWORLDWIDE.COM
  5. Have you tried restoring the file and see if you still have these problems? You can always quarantine it again if need be.
  6. Yeah, thanks for that. Mines is a UMAX #0160 Scanner, purchased around 2000. I was asked on here to remove the file to quarantine to see if there is a reaction, and if there was then I would just restore it back, but as we probably know anyway that it is a false positive then SAS should really be taking steps to remove it from being detected. I wonder how long it will take for SAS to update the defs? It doesn't matter what program version is used as the program in general uses the same update files, perhaps someone from SAS will confirm this?
  7. I thought it was, many thanks. Can I ask when a file is restored due to it being a false positive, once that file has been restored, will it have a new creation date?
  8. I restored the file anyway, when I look in properties now the creation date is now the date I restored it, is that normal? the last modified date is still the date it was originally.
  9. Someone has suggested that it could be related to the drivers for the Umax scanner, and as I do have this scanner then that just may be the answer.
  10. Mines didn't make the move over at all, had to create a new account, nice forum though.
  11. Can someone please tell me what happened to the old forum as I tried to log into this new one with my old details and it wouldn't let me, so I had to register all over again from scratch.
  12. Is there any user of Win98 that can confirm a particular version of SAS that works faster now for windows 98? as the version I have at present takes ages to load which is version 4.24.1004, but this was the version that worked best with 98.
  13. Adware.Vundo/Variant-X32[Header] and it was residing in C:\WINDOWS\U2X00_32.DLL Should it be restored?
  14. I received the following Adware.Vundo/Variant-X32[Header] and it was residing in C:\WINDOWS\U2X00_32.DLL I actually told SAS to remove it, and SAS asked for a re-boot, during the re-boot I noticed that windows said that it was updating it's files. I have a feeling that this too is a false positive as the date on it's properties was 1999. However perhaps I am receiving this on my SAS due to the fact I am using windows 98 and SAS program version 4.24.1004. I have restored it back to the C:windows folder, I decided to re-boot due to it wanting to re-boot when SAS listed it as being Adware, but during the second re-boot I didn't notice another windows message to say that windows was updating it's files again, should I have not seen this when I restored it back?
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