When I do a "deep-inspection" spyware scan with ZAX (298) I get three hits recommending that files be "Quarantined."
I'm pretty sure these are false positives based on
other reports (on both ZA and other security forums) talking about these same or similar
alerts being false-positives.
It also appears that if I let ZA Quarantine these files, it will break the functioning of some legitimate programs.
Here is some of the info from the scan:
Win32.Trojan.RbotFile: C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\NVIDIA PhysX\Demos\Fluids\glut32.dll
RegistryKey: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Curr entVersion\MCD
Win32.Trojan.Clicker.Small.isFile: D:\...\2k9win32\awkeygen.exe
Power SpyFile: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Orban\AAC-aacPlus Plugin\Uninstall AAC-aacPlus Plugin.lnk
File: C:\Program Files\Orban\AAC-aacPlus Plugin\unins000.exe
File: C:\System Volume Information\_restore{2D742486...}\...\A0052675.exe
As I said, I 'think' these are false positives, but how
can I confirm
this?
I've read about people sending in files to have false positives confirmed -- does ZA have such a service?
I did send in
the normal ZA
tech support form, but I don't know if there is a better way to get help with this.
It might also be important to note that for verification, I scanned the same files with SuperAntiSpyware (with latest updates) and received no alerts.
Thanks,
Larry

Operating System:Windows XP Pro
Software Version:8.0
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Extreme Security