RTG and 'Adware.casino'

DemonUK

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Jan 11, 2008
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Just performed a scan using Malwarebytes antimalware, and the majority of 154 infected files, flagged up as Adware.casino belonged to RTG casinos with Inetbet and intertops and High Noon to name but a few. These files inluded the casino.exe file.

What do people make of this and does this mean its time to drop RTG altogether, if these really are dodgy files then that is definitely below the belt from these casinos.

Serious advice required and if any reps from the RTG casinos accredited on here read this can we have a categorical denial that they are not infecting our PCs with adware. If however they are and they know about it, then I am giving them seven days to sort it or RTG is gone forever from my PC
 

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Mar 10, 2005
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Just performed a scan using Malwarebytes antimalware, and the majority of 154 infected files, flagged up as Adware.casino belonged to RTG casinos with Inetbet and intertops and High Noon to name but a few. These files inluded the casino.exe file.

What do people make of this and does this mean its time to drop RTG altogether, if these really are dodgy files then that is definitely below the belt from these casinos.

Serious advice required and if any reps from the RTG casinos accredited on here read this can we have a categorical denial that they are not infecting our PCs with adware. If however they are and they know about it, then I am giving them seven days to sort it or RTG is gone forever from my PC


This is just a result of over-zealous antivirus|adware|spyware scanners. iirc, it's a certain IE ActiveX control that they see as adware, and report it as such. Stuff like that is potentially "unwanted," as opposed to harmful, and won't damage your system.

edit: The "adware" that they are picking up are those marquee's or other methods they use to advertise bonuses and such within the lobby..
 
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