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Trojan Horse Proxy.acna With Gta Vice City

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#1 Adam Dunbar

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Posted 29 June 2008 - 08:45 AM

Had a warning message yesterday when clicking icon on Start menu for GTA Vice City, which said I have a Trojan Horse Proxy.ACNA

Treid many times since but cannot play the game because it won't let me past the security alert, although when done full scan there is no infection found.

Have contacted AVG and they say it may be a false alert and to send them the report which I am currently doing (although has taken over 1 hour and still hasn't started the process !)

Hopefully this will be resolved soon by AVG but was wondering if anyone has had similar problem and found a solution.

Noticed on the "Security" - "Hijack logs" forum on this website that someone had same problem, but I couldn't post on his topic.

Any help would be appreciated

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Posted 29 June 2008 - 02:43 PM

Be patient and wait on the tests results from AVG. If this is a confirmed false positive they will probably correct the detection.
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Posted 29 June 2008 - 09:14 PM


I have the same issue, however AVG found issues with sintfnt.dll for some reason. This file doesn't seem to exist in my computer and I believe this to be caused by the game trying to initiate itself. I have submitted the issue with AVG and hope to receive a response in the next 48 hours or so.

I am guessing that it will just turn out to be a false positive as stated above...but you never know now do you? :thumbsup:

Later and best of luck to us...


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