PathC:\Documents and Settings\Jay\My Documents\Beachhead 2002 Install\BeachHead2002-dm.exe
Days in Quarantine1
So, after many ZA scans in which several different not-a-virus files were detected and deleted only to reappear after a restart I became very frustrated. Has anyone had this problem??As you can see from the above I have one file in quarantine. I'm in desktop recovery mode now. I get a script error when I try to restore my active desktop. In the ZA virus quarantine section I clicked more info and a link popped up saying it (not-a-virus) was powered by Kaspersky, which didn't help. I did a google search on not-a-virus and found this, which I am pasting:
(Kaspersky Lab) is also known as: Spyware/Cydoor
(Panda) Detection addedMay 09 2005 13:38 GMTDescription addedMay 12 2005Behaviornot-a-virus:AdWare<a target="_blank">Technical details</a>
The program normally contains the following files:<pre>cd_clint.dll cd_load.exe cd_htm.dll cd_swf.dll iMesh.ex</pre>
The cd_clint.dll file provides the main functionality. The program is capable of working with P2P networks such as Kazaa and Imesh.
The program creates the following registry keys:<pre>[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Cydoor][HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Software\Cydoor][HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Software\Cydoor Services] [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\CydoorServices] [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Cydoor]</pre>
It works with the following Internet servers:<pre>www.cmsN.netwww.bnsN.netwww.rgsN.net</pre>
(In all of these names, N will be replaced by a value between 1 and 4)
The list of servers contacted may be added to as the program runs.
I clicked Start, then Search, and searched for and deleted the following files:
Next, I opened regedit and searched for all entries containing panda, not-a-virus, cydoor, and kaspersky. I deleted any entries that were found.
Hmmm, well I'll try another restart and see what happens.....
Operating System:Windows XP Home Edition
Product Name:ZoneAlarm (Free)