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  1. [quote name='MikeLiu' post='127049' date='May 26 2011, 03:30 AM']Hi Göran Thank you. I just received an email from Elizabeth. ps. I was going to PM you. But I don't know how to do it. This is the first time I use forum. Do I need to go here to ask for help or go to Contact Support? Regards Mike[/quote] Then Elizabeth will help you out with this. If you have a valid license you log in to the Support Center and use Contact Support to reach us Regards Göran
  2. [quote name='MikeLiu' post='127010' date='May 25 2011, 09:05 AM']Hi, I cannot receive any help recently. My license expires on 2013-3-3. I asked many questions from Contact Support but didn't get any reply. I am wondering if there is something wrong. Maybe get infected when submitting questions. Could somebody help me? I am sure I had logged in when I submit a question. I don't know if I should ask here through forum or by Contact Support. Thanks. Mike[/quote] Hi Mike PM me and provide me with your e-mail address and order number and we will help you out Regards Göran - LS Support
  3. Hi Neil I'm sorry to hear about your negative experience with Ad-Aware. Please PM me your e-mail address and we will sort out the refund Regards Göran
  4. [quote name='sprstock' post='118542' date='Apr 2 2010, 10:20 PM']A program I have been using for years has twice in the past three weeks been found and removed by AdAware as a trojan. Prior to 3-11-2010 AdAware had no problem with it. To date neither Spybot Search and Destroy nor Malwarebyte's Anti-Malware has no problem with it. In web searches I can find no reference to this program being considered or suspected of being a trojan. I also use this program at the office and none of our security programs have found any fault with the program. With this in mind I am questioning AdAware's recent findings. The program name is Alarm. It is a basic desktop timer/alarm clock that has a popup notification and audio alarm at a time selected by the user. It has an easy to use interface that takes seconds to use, unlike the timer in Outlook. I am attaching the most recent scan log as well as the program file Alarm.zip. I will discontinue using this program if it is truly infected, but at this point I am doubtful for the reasons listed above. Thanks. SM[/quote] Thank you for reporting this. Malware Labs will look into it as soon as possible Göran - Lavasoft Support
  5. [quote name='navegante' post='118541' date='Apr 2 2010, 09:51 PM']Several days ago my free version of AdAware started marking CDLogic_ret.exe in the folder C:\hp\recovery\wizard\fscommand as Win32.TrojanSpy.Agent. According to some posts on an HP forum other malware detectors recently started reacting to this file and others in the same folder. HP is sure it is a false positive. I've upload the AdAware log and a zipped version of CDLogic_ret.exe. Sadly i don't have any compression utility other than the built-in Windows function, so i cannot put a password on it. I also use Avast, Malwarebytes, Superantispyware, and Spybot Search & Destroy. They all come up negative on this file.[/quote] Thank you for reporting this. Malware Labs will look into it as soon as possible Göran - Lavasoft Support
  6. Thank you for reporting this, Malware Labs will look into it as soon as possible Regards Göran - LS Support
  7. [quote name='Cubit54' post='115255' date='Jan 12 2010, 10:49 PM']Adaware 8.1 claims to have found a trojan called "win32.trojandropper.delf" in "super.exe" from eightrightsoft and deleted it. Can you confirm that Super, a multi video converter is a trojan or has it been confused with "fran-super.exe" please? Log file is attached. Super (currently build 37) can be found here: [url="http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html"]http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html[/url] The quarantined file is attached in a zip file. Thanks in advance, Cubit54[/quote] Hi Thanks for reporting this issue! Malware Labs will investigate this further. Göran Lavasoft Support
  8. This could also be caused by remains of previous installations not being properly removed from your computer. So if the malware analysis comes out clean then I suggest you download and install Revo Uninstaller and then use it in 'Advanced Mode' to uninstall all versions of Ad-Aware from your computer and then reboot and reinstall Ad-Aware AE and update. Revo Download link
  9. If you update using the Administrator account it will be updated for all accounts. I suggest you uninstall Ad-Aware AE from the Control Panel and make sure no traces of old installations are left on your computer then reboot and reinstall Ad-Aware AE using your Admin account. Any difference or are you experiencing the same issue? Kind regards, Göran - Lavasoft Support
  10. Are you using Ad-Aware AE version 8.0.5? What update method are you using(Start menu or Webupdate within the software)? When updating as a non-administrator you need to use the Webupdate feature within Ad-Aware to update since the Start menu update will only work for administrators Kind regards, Göran - Lavasoft Support
  11. Hi If you have lost you Support Center login information please click the link below to receive a password reminder and then contact us through the support center and we will help you out Password reset link Kind regards, Göran - Lavasoft Support