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Panda Activescan, Smitrem, Processor Issue

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#1 RangerRick


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Posted 25 February 2007 - 12:34 PM

Hello, I was wanting to know if I should be alarmed that Panda ActiveScan found "Processor" which they list as a hacking tool. I did have the smit virus (some time ago) and used a tool to remove it that the bleepingcomputers group told me about. I am not sure if this "Processor" is left from the removal tool or the virus itself. What was found is "RecoveryBin\Volume-99130aa1-...\Documents and settings\Owner\My Documents\SmitRem\Processor(01C7415E2263331D).exe" and "RecoveryBin\Volume-99130aa1-...\Documents and settings\Owner\My Documents\SmitRem(01C7415E82743370).exe[SmitRem/Processor.exe]" None of my other spyware/virus programs see any issues. Any idea if I have a problem or not? Thanks
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#2 sjpritch25


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Posted 25 February 2007 - 08:48 PM

Welcome to BC :thumbsup:

No its related to smitrem!!! Safe... When did you run smitrem????
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