Yeah, that was interesting. I was just going to do a quick online scan of the System 32 folder with **bleep**, and it flagged dbxDgrevCheck.dll as a "virus", Adware.Agent.RB. (I don't think **bleep** does spyware per se.) I checked the file's properties. 240 kb, created December 15/06, no signature indicating who created it or where it came from. I couldn't find anything good about it on a google search, no info other than people mentioning it in Hijack This discussions. I let **bleep** have another go at it and had the file deleted. Restarted computer, file is no longer there and no problems with computer. MSRD020.dll was not picked up by **bleep** as infected. ZASS's antispyware scanner now is flagging it, though, with the lastest sigs.
Is there an online malware scanner that one can use to get a second opinion which gives you the option to choose which folders it's going to scan and what it does with what it finds? Besides Kapersky, I mean. ;-)
Windows XP MCE
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Message Edited by amethyst on 08-20-2007 11:45 PM
Message Edited by amethyst on 08-20-2007 11:48 PM
Message Edited by fax on 08-21-2007 01:25 AM