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Hi all,

Not sure if this is the right way to report this but I was a bit shocked today to go to roadkil.net website (the creator of the excellent Unstoppable Copier program) and was stopped in my tracks due to "Trojan"

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#1  this is really worrying if it really is a trojan infected site and/or unstoppable copier contains a trojan - this piece of software is very widely used by technicians (like myself) to recover data for customers

#2  The chap behind this website does a really good job of providing "donation ware" and its a shame for him.

 

Can anyone offer any insight?

 

Thanks

Paul

 

 

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1 minute ago, smipx013 said:

Can anyone offer any insight?

You posted in the wrong section. I will ask for your post to be moved to the correct section.

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1 minute ago, smipx013 said:

Hi all,

Not sure if this is the right way to report this but I was a bit shocked today to go to roadkil.net website (the creator of the excellent Unstoppable Copier program) and was stopped in my tracks due to "Trojan"

image.png.4a470f06c2ddda4ea2bafb317e3cb803.png

 

#1  this is really worrying if it really is a trojan infected site and/or unstoppable copier contains a trojan - this piece of software is very widely used by technicians (like myself) to recover data for customers

#2  The chap behind this website does a really good job of providing "donation ware" and its a shame for him.

 

Can anyone offer any insight?

 

Thanks

Paul

 

 

ps.  I know I can add it as an exclusion but I just wanted to know if it really is dodgy or not.  I use this program almost daily too so its an extra big worry for me.  If the site / program is a problem then I will start the hunt for a good alternative.

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Just now, smipx013 said:

If the site / program is a problem then I will start the hunt for a good alternative.

It is most likely a FP.

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The details in MBAM are a little light on detail so its difficult for me to make a good conclusion.  In Virustotal it was clean according to their Malwarebytes scan and clean for all other scans apart from CRDF which marked it as Malicious.

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38 minutes ago, smipx013 said:

Hi all,

Not sure if this is the right way to report this but I was a bit shocked today to go to roadkil.net website (the creator of the excellent Unstoppable Copier program) and was stopped in my tracks due to "Trojan"

image.png.4a470f06c2ddda4ea2bafb317e3cb803.png

 

#1  this is really worrying if it really is a trojan infected site and/or unstoppable copier contains a trojan - this piece of software is very widely used by technicians (like myself) to recover data for customers

#2  The chap behind this website does a really good job of providing "donation ware" and its a shame for him.

 

Can anyone offer any insight?

 

Thanks

Paul

 

 


Hello, thanks for bringing this to our attention. We've reviewed the site again and have determined it no longer warrants being blocked so we've removed it from our database.

Removal should be reflected in the next database update going out in a few hours or so.

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