I have been using “Simple Money Keeper”, a money manager/checkbook register, for about 2 years. Today, after the latest signature update, BoClean tells me it is a Trojan. Why?..In the meantime I have placed the program in “program excluder” but am interested in finding out why this suddenly happened. Any help with this would be much appreciated!
…and make yourself a Great Day! Cheers, Lyle
And use Virus Totals online scanner to check the file.
Good News a response from Kevin [ at ] Comodo already…appears to be a false positive which they are going to address in the next update!
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The message they sent you was:
Quote from: acooldozen on Today at 06:46:33 PM
06/15/2007 15:35:56: SPY-AGENT.R MALWARE STOPPED by BOCLEAN!
Trojan horse was found in memory.
C:PROGRAM FILESSIMPLE MONEY KEEPERSIMPLEMN.EXE contained the trojan.
Active trojan horse WAS shut down. System now safe.
Logged in user: Compaq_Administrator
BOClean deleted the Executable of my simple money keeper and I re downloaded/reinstalled… and I get the same notice from BoClean re the Trojan harbored in the executable.
Thanks! THAT helps! Have already contacted the lab folks, it’ll be fixed in the next update. THANK YOU once again for the clue!
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