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#1 buttoni

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Posted 24 August 2005 - 09:36 AM

The Panda ActiveScan online keeps rendering this file dllupdate.exe as "suspicious". All it tells me is that it in this location, which is my SBC DSL 2wire Home Portal SW directory:

c:\ProgramFiles\2wire\sy_apps\dllupdate.exe

Jotti scan shows all 14 scanners: FOUND NOTHING, but Status shows: Sandbox emulation took a long time and/or runtime packers were found, which is sucpicious. Normally programs aren't packed.

VirusTotal scan shows all 23 scaners: FOUND NOTHING. Don't some of those vendors products scan "packed" files?

Do you think this file is OK or not?

These are my system specs and software (all scans show no infections)

System Info:

Dell Dimension 4700 Desktop Intel Pentium 4 2.80 GHz
Windows XP Home SP2 Ver 5.1.2600 uptodated w/all patches
Internet Explorer 6.0.2900
512MB DDR2 SDRAM
160GB Serial ATI Hard Drive using NTFS File System
17" Flat Panel E173FP Monitor
Radeon X300 Video Card
128 MB PCI Express x 16
48x SONY CRXX216E CD-RW drive
Dell Photo AIO Printer/Copier/Scanner
SBC DSL 2 Wire Home Portal External Modem
Dell Quiet-Key Keyboard

Other Software:

Spybot S&D 1.4 Teatimer Off
AČ 1.6
MSAS 1.0.615
Ewido SecuritySuite 3.5
Ad-Aware SE 1.06r1
SpywareBlaster 3.4
SpywareGuard 2.2.0
IE-Spyad-latest
MVPS +Spybot S&D Hosts Files-latest
McAfee Personal Firewall 6.1.6144
McAfee Sec.Ctr is default Sec.Ctr
Yahoo OnLine Protection (CA EZ Antivirus)

Edited by buttoni, 24 August 2005 - 09:37 AM.

HP Pavilion desktop p6270z; 8 GB ram; Win7 Home Premium x64 bit; FX 4.0; DSL 2Wire modem/router; MVPS Hosts; Comodo FW 5.3(D+ & Sandbox enabled); MSSE; MBAM on demand.

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Posted 24 August 2005 - 10:49 AM

This seems to be a legit .exe. I have SBC DSL and the programme is located at the same path on my hard drive.
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Posted 24 August 2005 - 05:24 PM

Thanks John,

Will put my worries to bed then. Will just ignore Panda telling me this every time I do a scan.
HP Pavilion desktop p6270z; 8 GB ram; Win7 Home Premium x64 bit; FX 4.0; DSL 2Wire modem/router; MVPS Hosts; Comodo FW 5.3(D+ & Sandbox enabled); MSSE; MBAM on demand.




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