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Velja

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  1. True. They are not reported now. I did do an update of mbam, then ran "mbam.exe /developer" and they were detected and after a few minutes I reported that here on the forum. I guess that an update during the rest of the day fixed it anyway. Thanks.
  2. Hello, these 2 files and some reg. entries related to them are reported as Trojan.Agent. adatadrv.sys is, I guess, from some AutoData program for cars (installed by another user and it might be a crack for AutoData's USB dongle protection, so this report actually doesn't matter too much). mstss.exe is probably a file that has to do something with XP TerminalServices (not sure though), but it is not made by Microsoft and it strangely is signed with a digital signature from someone called Kresimir Petric (kreso@weonlydo.com). I don't remember installing anything from his site. But jotti's and v
  3. Hi, since this is my first post on this forum, just wanted to say that mbam is AWESOME and that it helped in MANY attempts to disinfect computers. Thank you! Now to the point. I have a program called "mp3 split" installed in Windows XP. It is a GNU GPL opensource fast MP3 splitting/editing program; source code (of course), compiled Linux (rpm, deb, ...) and Windows (exe) versions are available. Homepage is here: http://mp3splt.sourceforge.net/ The version I have installed is 0.5.9 with GUI for Windows, which is here (although 0.6 is the latest since like 2 weeks ago): http://sourceforge.net/p
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