Hey all, I was attempting to download the Adobe Flash Player from (or the macromedia player, I think it’s the same) and CAVS alerted me of a virus via the on access scanner. The file name is nsprocess.dll, and the virus name associated with it, according to CAVS, “not-a-virus:Risk Tool.Win32.PsKill.Q”. After looking this particular file up and reading about it, it seems many Anti virus suites, including F-Secure seem to have seen this as a virus when in reality it isn’t. Having been inactive on the forum for sometime I forgot the email address to send the file to, but I have submitted it through the anti virus quarantine section itself. Now lets see how quick it gets changed…
GREAT JOB COMODO!!! ;D I don’t so much mind false positives, at least I know Comodo is working and doing it’s job spectacularly. No sooner had the file begun to install than it was stopped in its tracks. I had to stop using Comodo a few weeks back because my system was not doing so well with it, after downloading it today and running it for a few hours I have no problems at all. My system runs just as fast as it did with AVG before and I feel I’m getting somewhat better protection!!
Thanks very much to all you developers and people who spent time beta testing this product.
Edit: This is one website that tries to explain it I think
Also, my apologies if this isn’t a false positive in which case the comodo team did one hell of a job!