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  1. #11
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    Could I get a quick verification of this being a false positive too? It's kinda freaking me out...

    Here are my scan results:


    SpyAgent: [SBI $CB6A2BAE] Executable (File, nothing done)

    --- Spybot - Search & Destroy version: 1.5 (build: 20070830) ---

    2007-08-31 blindman.exe (
    2007-08-31 SDMain.exe (
    2007-08-31 SDUpdate.exe (
    2007-08-31 SDWinSec.exe (
    2007-08-31 SpybotSD.exe (
    2007-08-31 TeaTimer.exe (
    2007-09-28 unins000.exe (
    2007-08-31 Update.exe (
    2007-08-31 advcheck.dll (
    2007-04-02 aports.dll (
    2007-04-02 DelZip179.dll (
    2007-08-31 SDHelper.dll (
    2007-08-31 Tools.dll (
    2007-09-26 Includes\ (*)
    2007-07-25 Includes\ (*)
    2007-09-26 Includes\ (*)
    2007-08-29 Includes\ (*)
    2007-09-26 Includes\ (*)
    2007-07-25 Includes\ (*)
    2007-09-26 Includes\ (*)
    2004-11-29 Includes\ (*)
    2007-09-12 Includes\ (*)
    2007-09-26 Includes\ (*)
    2007-09-05 Includes\ (*)
    2007-09-26 Includes\ (*)
    2007-09-26 Includes\ (*)
    2007-05-30 Includes\ (*)
    2007-09-26 Includes\ (*)
    2007-09-12 Includes\ (*)
    2007-09-26 Includes\ (*)
    2007-08-21 Includes\Tracks.uti
    2007-09-12 Includes\ (*)
    2007-09-26 Includes\ (*)
    2008-12-24 Plugins\TCPIPAddress.dll

    When I look at the file properties I get this under the copyright:

    Copyright © MindVision Software 1995-2003

    And it seems to have been created on March 31, 2007... I have no idea how that would have gotten there or what that might have been associated with...

    Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated.

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    Yes it is a false positive.
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  3. #13
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    How do i access the log? I already performed the removal but I am extremely worried (paranoid?) because i do all my banking and stuff on my computer and when i look up the file properties it said it was there since 2003!!!!! Does it mean I have had my ID stolen all these years? Please help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bud001 View Post
    Does it mean I have had my ID stolen all these years? Please help?
    Buster confirmed that the particular detection reported here by members in this thread, was a false positive, therefore not an actual threat.
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    To make sure that the detection you receive was the same as the other detections that were reported here and have been verified as being false positives, look at the Fixes.yymmdd-hhmm.log file that was produced when you did a "Fix select problems" on the detection.

    By default there are two Checks.yymmdd-hhmm.log files produced during a scan. The second Checks.yymmdd-hhmm.log has the details of what the scan found. Also by default a Fixes.yymmdd-hhmm.log file is produced if you fix or attempt to fix something.

    There are two methods to view logs from previous scans or fixes:
    • Method 1:
      • Go into Spybot > Mode > Advanced mode > Tools > View Reports > View Previous reports. Look for the Checks.yymmdd-hhmm.log or Fixes.yymmdd-hhmm.log file from the previous scan or fix that you are interested in, double click on it (or highlight by clicking on it and then an Open on it).
    • Method 2
      • The Checks.yymmdd-hhmm.log and Fixes.yymmdd-hhmm.log files are stored in the following folders:
        • Windows 95 or 98:
          C:\Windows\Application Data\Spybot - Search & Destroy\Logs
        • Windows ME:
          C:\Windows\All Users\Application Data\Spybot - Search & Destroy\Logs
        • Windows NT, 2000 or XP:
          C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Spybot - Search & Destroy\Logs
        • Windows Vista:
          C:\ProgramData\Spybot - Search & Destroy\Logs
      • Using Windows Explorer, navigate to the correct Checks.yymmdd-hhmm.log or Fixes.yymmdd-hhmm.log file. Double click on it and it should open with Notepad.


    If your detection was the same as the others reported here, then consider restoring the detection the you fix by going into Spybot > Recovery and doing a "Recover selected items" on the object(s) that were removed during the "Fix select problems".

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  6. #16
    Junior Member Crystal Sky's Avatar
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    Default unvise32.exe

    I am running a scan on my desktop and Spybot is detecting C:\Windows\unvise32.exe under the title of:

    (SBI $4837D47B Executable).

    Is this still considered an FP?

    Thanks in advance.

    Edit to add: XP - Running the latest update of May 21, 2008; Version
    Also running a scan on my laptop (Vista) and it showing up there as well.
    Last edited by Crystal Sky; 2008-05-24 at 16:36. Reason: Adding Version and Updates

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