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    Default icslta.dll - pctools antivirus says is infected

    PC Tools anti-virus keeps claiming that Zone Alarm's icslta dll is infected. I uninstalled my previous version and installed ZoneAlarm version:8.0.298.000 but still get the same message. Is this a false positive by PC Tools or is there really a problem with the dll?

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    Default Re: icslta.dll - pctools antivirus says is infected

    Quote Originally Posted by alljumbledup View Post
    PC Tools anti-virus keeps claiming that Zone Alarm's icslta dll is infected. I uninstalled my previous version and installed ZoneAlarm version:8.0.298.000 but still get the same message. Is this a false positive by PC Tools or is there really a problem with the dll?

    What Version Of ZoneAlarm version:8.0.298.000 are you using?

    It is Sometimes very Difficult to Diagnose and fix a Computer from halfway across the Country, without All the Details,without the ability to sit in front of your Computer monitor and see what's going on..

    NOTICE: Please note that ZASS and ZAXS do not play nice with many overlapping security tools (even if disabled).

    To troubleshoot ZASS/ZAXS issues removethe other Security programs and re-install them once you see that ZA works as it should.

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    alljumbledup Guest

    Default Re: icslta.dll - pctools antivirus says is infected

    I am using the free version at the moment, the basic firewall.

    Zone Alarm is working just fine, but when I get an alert about an infected file I like to check out whether it really is.

    I have been running these tools in tandem for some months without any issues at all. My conscience was just about to make me buy the full versions when this happened.

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    Default Re: icslta.dll - pctools antivirus says is infected

    Hi!
    you need to report the false positive to PCTOOLS and not here. ZA cannot fix a PCTOOLS issue.

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