Zonealrm says ARESREGULAR190_INSTALLER.EXE is malicious but doesn't explain how.

Ares is a filesharing program and I don't think it should be labeled as malicious. I have multiple firesharing software such as Shareza, Limewire and Kazaa and I was never alerted this way before.

Take a look at the logs and you'll see that Zonelabs must be mistaken. How could so many users be using such a malicious program? I have yet to be convinced that it is as malicious as Zonelabs makes it out to be. Is this really a malicious program???

Here are some of the alerts that Zonealarm gives me:

http://osalerts.zonelabs.com/osanalyze.jsp?record=ZLN38933527446627-1025/6f956010afba3c4ec001c75&tab=overview

http://osalerts.zonelabs.com/osanalyze.jsp?record=ZLN38933527446627-1025/d4b473010afb92523600188a&tab=overview

http://osalerts.zonelabs.com/osanalyze.jsp?record=ZLN38933527446627-1025/6f956010afba3c4ec001c3c&tab=overview







Operating System:
Windows XP Pro
Product Name:
ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite
Software Version:
6.1


Message Edited by aweir on 05-04-200612:18 AM

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Message Edited by aweir on 05-04-200612:21 AM