BUG : inetc.dll from NSIS wrongly marked as TrojWare

inetc.dll which is part of an NSIS plugin used to download files during the installation process is wrongly flagged as :
TrojWare.Win32.TrojanDownloader.Bits.~A@5819292

nsis : http://nsis.sourceforge.net/Main_Page
inetc plugin : Inetc plug-in - NSIS

Comodo Internet Security 3.8.65951.477
Virus DB Version : 1157

please update to 3.9.509 and signature DB 1248. you FP is not valid until that is done, sorry

languy99 is correct. Please Update.

I moved this topic here to a more appropriate spot, Please Upgrade.

Bad

PS - did I mention to Please Upgrade, your definitions are stale and you need the newer CIS to get updates in the New format. :wink:

PPS - Get it here in case you ask. http://personalfirewall.comodo.com/

PPPS - A fresh clean install, after removing the older version and a reboot, would be preferred

I can easily update, although, as the update is not automatic (nor is the recommended uninstall / re-install …), this is not going to fix the problem for other users using this version.
The first time I encountered the problem, my installer (built with nsis and the inetc plugin), would just fail, without Comodo prompting me to authorize or not the file. After playing with the Comodo settings, I got it to prompt me, but I’m guessing that I won’t be the only one out there to experience the problem, and most people won’t be able to track it down to Comodo (it took me a while to figure it out, and I had to play with file monitor, not everyone will do that).

Updated to 3.9.95478.509
Virus DB Version : 1249

And I still have the problem, I’ll reboot and see if the problem is still there.

Hi,gudy
We are going to have a look at it and will get back to you after investigation.
Regards
Shaogang.He

Hi,gudy
Detection for submitted samples have been added. Please check in virus signature database 1253
Regards
Shaogang.He

Resolved, thanks.