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tc-spy, f-secure and renos.gen

Unread postby xanor » August 17th, 2010, 8:40 am

Hello, i have f-secure internet security 2010 installed on my computer and today i tried an antispyware program called tc-spy hxxp://download.cnet.com/TC-Spy/3000-8022_4-10722944.htm and while i was scanning my computer with this tc-spy program f-secure showed an alert saying a gen.variant.renos.22 could not be removed but was blocked. Was this caused by some conflict between these two programs or what could have caused this? Before installing the tc-spy i scanned it for viruses and nothing was found... tc-spy found five infections from my registry but i did not remove them because i think they are false positives. :bom:
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Re: tc-spy, f-secure and renos.gen

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