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    Default GNS3 projects = false positives?

    I did a rootkits deep scan on the free Spybot Search & Destroy.
    It found most of the files of all my GNS3 projects. (a number of 30)
    GNS is a free simulator packet for Cisco projects

    Are this false positives?

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    Default GNS 3 project

    Sorry it are 300 (not 30) files detected: all GNS 3 files.
    (there are also other rootkit files)
    How can I log my rootkits search results in a file?
    I see "to clip board" but I can't select all the items.

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    Hello louis1444,

    Quote Originally Posted by louis1444 View Post
    I did a rootkits deep scan on the free Spybot Search & Destroy.
    In general all items found by the RootAlyzer are not necessarily malicious but shows items it believes to be out of the ordinary and may give a hint for an infection.

    Sometimes even legitimate software uses rootkit technologies.

    If you know the files are legitimate there isn't a concern, if not start a topic in the RootAlyzer forum after taking a look at other members threads in there so you will see how flagged items are posted.
    http://forums.spybot.info/forumdispl...?46-RootAlyzer

    If the log is too long please zip and attach it.

    Best regards.
    Last edited by tashi; 2015-01-19 at 16:33. Reason: Clarify
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