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    Thank you again. Nissi1
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    Thank you for your reply. There was additional information I attempted to add when I edited the post which included 2 other drivers: SASKITUL and SASDISFV. Further reading indicated a publisher did not sign the file with a certificate from a trusted window source. Again is this something to be concerned about? Thank you. May God continue to richly bless you and your love ones, Nissi1
  3. Good afternoon, On the 17th of this month I uninstalled SAS in order to reinstall the updated version. To my surprise, during the installation I received an alert from Windows Defender with the following information: Description: ...potential unwanted behavior Advice: ...permit if you trust program/softwear publisher Resources: driver: SASENUM file: c:\program... Also another entry showing regkey and runkey. I find this unusual since I have only had one alert from Windows Defender in the past 12 months and this alert did not appear when I initially installed SAS. Although I installed SAS, I am now wondering if this is something to be concern about. Thank you, Nissi1
  4. Hello Pandato, I maintain an icon for SAS on my desktop and I always update before a scan. I did not think it was necessary to uninstall and reinstall the entire application on a regular basis to keep it up to date. I checked further and noticed Vundo-threat/F was among the updates yesterday. Someone who posted in Bleeping Computer may have had the same experience as I, also yesterday. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic141167.html I will definitely do as you suggested since I like and depend on SAS as a backup to my resident security center. Thank you again and may you continue to be richly blessed, Nissi1
  5. Good morning, Regarding the false positive scan, below is a copy of the results taken from the SAS log. Thank you. SUPERAntiSpyware Scan Log https://www.superantispyware.com Generated 04/10/2008 at 03:11 AM Application Version : 3.9.1008 Core Rules Database Version : 3435 Trace Rules Database Version: 1427 Scan type : Complete Scan Total Scan Time : 00:52:51 Memory items scanned : 550 Memory threats detected : 0 Registry items scanned : 7433 Registry threats detected : 0 File items scanned : 74990 File threats detected : 12 Adware.Tracking Cookie C:\Users\ZANDRA JONES\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies\zandra_jones@tribalfusion[1].txt C:\Users\ZANDRA JONES\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies\zandra_jones@mediaplex[1].txt C:\Users\ZANDRA JONES\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies\Low\zandra_jones@ad.yieldmanager[2].txt C:\Users\ZANDRA JONES\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies\Low\zandra_jones@adrevolver[2].txt C:\Users\ZANDRA JONES\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies\Low\zandra_jones@advertising[1].txt C:\Users\ZANDRA JONES\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies\Low\zandra_jones@casalemedia[2].txt C:\Users\ZANDRA JONES\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies\Low\zandra_jones@doubleclick[1].txt C:\Users\ZANDRA JONES\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies\Low\zandra_jones@media.adrevolver[1].txt Trojan.Vundo-Variant/F C:\PROGRAM FILES\AOL INSTALL\AOL90\COMPS\TPSPD\DACLDLL.DLL C:\PROGRAM FILES\MICROSOFT WORKS\HSAPI.DLL C:\PROGRAMDATA\AOL DOWNLOADS\WAOL\0.4334.30.2\COMPS\TPSPD\DACLDLL.DLL C:\USERS\ALL USERS\AOL DOWNLOADS\WAOL\0.4334.30.2\COMPS\TPSPD\DACLDLL.DLL
  6. Good morning Pandato, As I wrote, it was not I that thought it was a FP, it was the subsequent scans that indicated they were false positives. What I posted in this forum was copied onto a notepad directly from SAS's log. Thank you for your reply and have a Blessed Day, Nissi1
  7. Good morning, I have McAfee Security Center but I also use SuperAntiSpyware (SAS) at least once a month as a backup. This morning I scanned my computer with SAS and to my surprise/horror besides the usual tracking cookies there were as 4 Vondo trojans. C:\PROGRAMFILES\AOL INSTALL\AOL90\COMPS\TPSPD\DACLDLL.DLL C:\Program Files/MicrosoftWorks\HASPI.DLL C:\PROGRAMDATA\AOLDOWNLOADS\WAOL\0.4334.30.2\COMPS\TPSPD\DACLDLL.DLL C:\USERS\ALLUSERS\AOLDOWNLOADS\WAOL\0.4334.30.2\COMPS\TPSPD\DACLDLL.DLL This also surprised me because I had uninstalled AOL 9.0 and installed 9.1 months ago. Also, I had not used Works since 9/2007. Since I am a member of the Dell Community Forum, I posted my findings immediately. My first reply ndicated it may be a false positive and suggested a site, Jotti virusscan or Virustotal.com, to scan each line. They were all clean. Another reply suggested another site, Malewarebytes, to perform a quick scan. It was this scan results that showed a Rogue, Adware Alert in the registry. After the removal of Adware Alert, I ran SAS again. This time the result was the always existant tracking cookies. It was suggested I inform this forum of my experience; someone may have the same experience. Thank you, Nissi1 [/i]
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