When I do an actual "On-Demand" scan of my system, it picks up "not-a-virus:AdWare.Win32.Comet.be" in the file "eMusicDownloadManagerBundle.exe," which is a file you get from eMusic.com for downloading their mp3's.
However, this file can actually be executed without ZASS complaining even though the "On-Access" scan is enabled.
I'm not sure what to make of this.
ZASS sees this adware during a manual scan, shouldn't it ALSO see it when actually RUNNING the file?
If I turn off the "Extended database" option, the file is not seen as a problem by either type of ZASS scan.
Does the "Extended database" only work on
Regardless of whether or not this is actually adware (which seems somewhat doubtful), shouldn't ZASS still detect it when the exe is run?