ClayMontgomery

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  1. Hi Cecilia, I can't just ignore this because I need to distribute my app. It must be clean and not be flagged as infected. It's not my code I am concerned with, but Microsoft Visual Studio links in many libraries and the C++ runtime binaries, which could perhaps be infected or trigger false positives. Either way, I must fix it and I would appreciate any help. The 2010 version of MSVC is obviously old, but that should not be an issue, is it? Maybe the MSVC executable is infected, but shouldn't Adaware clean that? Thanks, Clay
  2. Hello, I am compiling a program named "Lightwing" using Microsoft Visual Studio Express 2010. Adaware claims it contains a trojan virus and deletes it even though I just compiled it. Each time I recompile lw.exe the virus is reported again. I have attached my freshly compiled lw.exe and the Adaware report log lists this: <InfectedObject ObjectType="File" ObjectPath="\\?\C:\lightwing\source\build\WindowsVC2010\Release\lw.exe" ParentContainers="" InnerObject="" ObjectStatus="Deleted" ThreatType="Virus" ThreatName="Gen:Variant.Trojan.Crypt.64" /> Please advise if this is a false positive and how should I fix it. Thanks, Clay lw.exe