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Official Malware from the German Police

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Found this in another forum:

https://forum.perfect-privacy.com/showthread.php?p=18165

F-secure has announced it will treat the Trojan as malware.

Does SAS has a backdoor for federal interception software?

interesting,personally I feel no anti-virus or anti-malware should be able to block something like this, unless it is being used moliciously, if they police are really used a trojan to spy on your pc then most likely they have a good reason, and you deserve it. Though I understand why something like this would be blocked, malware creators and vendors may use something similar against a PC, so it's tough to say if SaS should block this kind of trojan, perhaps they could do as they usually do, and only block it if it is exhibiting malicious behaviour, though, or something, not sure how to put it, hopefully SaS can provide us some feedback on this topic soon!

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if they police are really used a trojan to spy on your pc then most likely they have a good reason

Good reason?

They used it against the law. They have no search warrant. They act like criminals.

It's credulous to believe that authorities are always the good guys.

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Good reason?

They used it against the law. They have no search warrant. They act like criminals.

It's credulous to believe that authorities are always the good guys.

well in that case, then all anti-malware/anti-spyware/anti-virus should block this as F-Secure has, not right to intrude on peoples privacy unless they have a very good reason to, and a warrant! damn german police :-/

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