Look what I found

lojo

Banned User - repetitive violations of <a href="ht
Joined
Jan 18, 2007
Location
USA
I do use AVG Free, do you think its a fluke?


I dunno, I use AVG free and play at clubworld, and it doesn't occur. I'll search for the file on my machine. I didn't find it by googling the file name, only thing that came up was that link.
 

lojo

Banned User - repetitive violations of <a href="ht
Joined
Jan 18, 2007
Location
USA
Here's something
Link Removed ( Old/Invalid)


And here's the link to the Link Removed ( Old/Invalid) (must register to use) where this could be answered, sorry I'm so busy this afternoon or I'd look into it.:mad:
 
Last edited:

missmayda

Dormant account
Joined
Jun 20, 2007
Location
There
I got the same when googling...oh well... I deleted it. I will monitor see if it keeps coming up.
 

bb28

Meister Member
Joined
Nov 18, 2006
Location
US
I use AVG free version also. I like it, but it does tend to give quite a few false alerts. A few months ago it was falsely reporting that the install file from RTG casino's were a trojan. I don't recall the exact name. I think I even had someone look at it from here if I recall correctly.

Just to be clear I'm not saying that your alert is a false alarm but I wouldn't jump ship yet.
 

lojo

Banned User - repetitive violations of <a href="ht
Joined
Jan 18, 2007
Location
USA
Strange, eh? I've got AVG Free version 7.5.516, update the database once per day, and never had it give me a false alarm.

kerrrrrrazy man.
 

vinylweatherman

You type well loads
Joined
Oct 14, 2004
Location
United Kingdom
Such false alarms are common. Often, the "fancy" casino installers used by some brands behave in a similar fashion to trojans, and a alert can be triggered by the pattern of behaviours in the "exe" file. These installers tend to be the very small ones, that when run, connect to the internet and download the "real" casino installer. Since they are so small, they have very little extra code in them that makes it possible to properly check them for legitimacy, so they are matched with the most similar malware signiature on the database.
Many applications also regard ANY casino installer as "malware", even when it shows as a legitimate installer for that brand of software, and the industry only have themselves to blame for this, as this is the result of all the malware tricks used in the past to cajole customers to try out the casinos.
 

winbig

Keep winning this amount.
Joined
Mar 10, 2005
Location
Pennsylvania
Top