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    Default Persistent "Backdoor.Win32.IRCBot.pdr" Virus Alert on OpenDNS Updater's "Update.exe"

    For the past several days I've begun receiving persistent "Backdoor.Win32.IRCBot.pdr" virus alerts on file "Update.exe".

    It's a file which is placed and located in my TEMP dir upon each launch of it's source application: "OpenDNS Updater". It's purpose to maintain synchronization with my non-static IP for DNS lookup activity, etc.

    * I submitted this alert to ZoneAlarm via "More Info" located in my v8.0 ZoneAlarm Security Suite's "Log Viewer" with no results.
    * I've tried unsuccessfully submitting the file to Virus Total.
    * Also searched OpenDNS's forum regarding this matter with no results.

    1. Anyone else experiencing same?
    2. How do I submit to ZoneAlarm for analysis?

    Any/all replies with guidance/advice would be very much appreciated.
    Last edited by thegeekinator; June 15th, 2010 at 03:03 PM.

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