Donna

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  1. I reported to them already Tony. Many thanks again Tony!
  2. Very correct Tony. One of those keys that is known bad but not bad for this instance For now, I ignore the false positive on RadarSync key and PowerStrip. BTW, here's a screenshot that HJT shows it is really for RadarSync and I don't know whether RadarSync will do anything to this or LS will adjust the detection:
  3. Thanks Janie! Thanks to you to Albin for checking this report of mine. I just realized that the 7FaSSt family is in the detection for long time {blushed} Thanks for the link Albin. However, I'm quite familiar that the said applications are safe and 1 of them is new in the scene (RadarSync) and that the said registry keys are added by the applications I mentioned which I know clean.. I'll pass for now and leave it as ignore by Ad-aware SE PowerStrip isn't new in the scene though Again, thank you guys
  4. Ad-aware SE with latest definitions file has false positives and flagged as data miners and rated as critical: 7FaSSt PowerStrip Name:7FaSSt Category:Data Miner Object Type:Regkey Size:11 Bytes Location:interface\{38493f7f-2922-4c6c-9a9a-8da2c940d0ee}\ Last Activity:12-11-2006 Relevance:Low TAC index:7 Comment: Description:Installed by ActiveX. Installs a user ID. Tracks browser use. Records the names of folders, images and other objects on the system. Name:7FaSSt Category:Data Miner Object Type:Regkey Size:0 Bytes Location:typelib\{3277cd27-4001-4ef8-9d96-c6ca745ac2f9}\ Last Activity:12-11-2006 Relevance:Low TAC index:7 Comment: Description:Installed by ActiveX. Installs a user ID. Tracks browser use. Records the names of folders, images and other objects on the system. Name:7FaSSt Category:Data Miner Object Type:RegValue Size:10 Bytes Location:software\microsoft\internet explorer\toolbar "{669695BC-A811-4A9D-8CDF-BA8C795F261C}" Last Activity:12-11-2006 Relevance:Low TAC index:7 Comment:"{669695BC-A811-4A9D-8CDF-BA8C795F261C}" Description:Installed by ActiveX. Installs a user ID. Tracks browser use. Records the names of folders, images and other objects on the system. The above 3 items were added by RadarSync toolbar and application that I am using to check for updates Name:PowerStrip Category:Data Miner Object Type:Regkey Size:10 Bytes Location:clsid\{669695bc-a811-4a9d-8cdf-ba8c795f261c}\ Last Activity:12-11-2006 Relevance:Low TAC index:6 Comment: Description:Incomplete uninstaller. Auto updates. Browser Hijacker. That was added by PowerStrip application which is an overclocking utility. All are safe apps so I thought to report to you that I believe those are false positives. Thanks!