QUOTE (Kread-EX @ Dec 25 2010, 09:42 AM)
False positive. That's quite common: this happened to one of my files as well.
EDIT: False positive... sorry...
Not so... it was detected by sonar, not the virus scanner. The .exe was attempting to modify core files so it could create a security breach to sneak in spyware, as reported by Norton 360.
My best guess is that a hacker or bot got on to the hosting site and modified the .exe to do this stuff. Unlikely that Omegas7 did it...
It's highly unlikely that Sonar made a mistake... 5 times. The file is malicious, not a virus.
I will disable my sonar and try again, if the virus or intruder prevention systems then kick in, then the file is indeed a threat.
(*claims based on experience and knowledge bases, I'm no security expert*)
This post has been edited by Lord Trigon: Dec 26 2010, 05:02 PM