HEY, ATTENTION!

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HEY, ATTENTION!

Postby ooohmg » 2012-02-15 2:35


So... there may be two trojans lurks on my computer. ASD didn't detect the threats, however, Iobit did.

So you failed the task again? Add this to your malware database. :mrgreen:


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Re: HEY, ATTENTION!

Postby Ivy » 2012-02-15 2:40

Hello ooohmg,
Thanks for your inforamtion.
Actually, the file iobit scanned is not trojan, it is definate a false positive.
Just ignore the iobit scan result.
Good luck.
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Re: HEY, ATTENTION!

Postby 1234avast » 2012-02-22 4:08

its not a trojan dude its a false positive and btw i play that game aka DotA :D dont get iobit man trust me

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Re: HEY, ATTENTION!

Postby aurora » 2012-02-22 8:16

yeah lets believe the iobit scan results :lol: :lol:
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Re: HEY, ATTENTION!

Postby malwarekiller » 2012-03-06 5:37

iobit is a thief they stealed malwarebytes database earleir....when mbam sued them they had to remove their database

I am no fan of Iobt but
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