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[ATT] JumpStart users - Trojan detected in Js soft

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by Ibeefaaa, Jan 20, 2011.

  1. Ibeefaaa

    Ibeefaaa Regular Member

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    When I try to run my Js software I get a trojan alert from my Avira. It says that { A virus or unwanted program 'TR/Dldr.FakeTeam' was found in file 'C:\Documents and Settings\..........\stdrt.exe'.
    I looked up on Avira's website for the malware list and this trojan is on the list since 18th this month.

    Anyone knows something about this ?
     
  2. delnabo

    delnabo Regular Member

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    It's called "Peter's revenge trojan"!
     
  3. Adam Rock

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    pwned?
     
  4. houseaz

    houseaz Regular Member

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    Don't know what fucking software you are running but my jumpstart doesn't have that filename at all and I just ran it through Norton 360 B5 and MSE on a diff computer. I'd say you've got a bloody trojan from somewhere else. Fail.
     
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  5. mland

    mland Newbie

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    Just like housaz said above...I checked my files and I don't have that filename either.
     
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    Could be a false positive. But Peter wouldnt sell software that was virus ridden.

    Please think before you insinuate.
     
  7. jspete

    jspete Newbie

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    There is no trojan in JS2. Either false positive or you got something from somewhere else.

    Also I encourge JS2 people to email me & arrange to have their subscription swapped over to the online version sooner than later.
     
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    wcp31 Junior Member

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    I dont have your email address. I remember it was in the old forum. So could you PM your address so I can get details about how the online version will work for the old monthly subscribers.
     
  9. Tinglyfox

    Tinglyfox Newbie

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    That is something i am interested in as well, how the online version will work for the old monthly subscribers?

    Peter, please privatmail me and send me details!
    I can not answer your privatmail, this is only possible after 15 posts!
     
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    Will it work differently for those who have subscriptions?
     
  11. delnabo

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    What da ya mean by "I encourge JS2 people to email me & arrange to have their subscription swapped over to the online version sooner than later"?? Nobody understood what you meant.

    Is this something that is going to BENEFIT your subscribers or take away the few views they're getting at the moment? I'm sorry but you're starting to look like some crazy mafia guy.