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Files Infected:

C:\Users\mikey\Downloads\Blocklist_Manager_Install_2.7.7.exe (HackTool.PortScan) -> No action taken.

This is neither a hack tool nor a port scanner...tho I have many onboard that are not targeted and rightly so. This tool comes from; http://blocklistpro.com/biss/downloads.html or http://www.bluetack.co.uk/forums/index.php?act=idx

I do hope you will use a checksum in the future.


EDIT: Ref; http://www.bluetack.co.uk/forums/index.php?showtopic=20527

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I can get this fixed in the next update but it might not help much.

This has moved from 15/40 to 22/41 on VT since March. It would appears that you have your work cut out for you Mike.

File Blocklist_Manager_Install_2.7.7.e received on 2010.06.23 23:04:38 (UTC)

Result: 22/41 (53.66%)

Antiy-AVL 2010.06.23 NetTool/Win32.Portscan.gen

Authentium 2010.06.23 W32/HackToolX.PK

Avast5 5.0.332.0 2010.06.23 Win32:PUP-gen

BitDefender 7.2 2010.06.24 Application.HackTool.AngryIpScanner.A

Comodo 5198 2010.06.23 Application.Win32.BLM.~A

DrWeb 2010.06.24 Tool.AngryIpscan.7

eSafe 2010.06.23 Win32.NetTool.Portsc

F-Prot 2010.06.23 W32/HackToolX.PK

F-Secure 9.0.15370.0 2010.06.23 Application.HackTool.AngryIpScanner

Fortinet 2010.06.23 HackerTool/Portscan

GData 21 2010.06.24 Application.HackTool.AngryIpScanner.A

Kaspersky 2010.06.24 not-a-virus:NetTool.Win32.Portscan.c

Microsoft 1.5902 2010.06.23 Tool:Win32/Angryscan.A

NOD32 5223 2010.06.23 Win32/NetTool.Portscan.C

Norman 6.05.10 2010.06.23 Angryscan.A

Rising 2010.06.23 Trojan.Win32.Generic.5206446C

Sophos 4.54.0 2010.06.24 Angry IP scanner

Sunbelt 6497 2010.06.24 NetTool.Win32.Portscan.c

Symantec 20101.1.0.89 2010.06.23 WS.Reputation.1

TrendMicro 2010.06.23 HKTL_WFPDISABLB

TrendMicro-HouseCall 2010.06.24 TROJ_Gen.CX0858

ViRobot 2010.6.21.3896 2010.06.23 Not_a_virus:NetTool.Portscan.2150549

VirusBuster 2010.06.23 -

File size: 2150549 bytes

MD5...: eb26ebec97155a1892c2c228efdcdbc0

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Well that figures. :P

False positives are the main reason I don't any longer support the antiquated technology of reactive signiture scanners. It's much easier to control processes than it is to troubleshoot problems caused by folks ripping the guts out of their sys usually with multiple scanners and without a clue to what items they are removing.

Anyway, thx for taking care of it. BTW Nice to see ya again. I don't think I've run into you since the end of Paul's place.



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Nice to see you as well.

While on some level I do understand what you are getting at the bigger problem is that the majority of users want to turn on their computer and use it. System control in general is indeed awesome but it is also far outside of what the majority wants or would use.

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