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  1. Unfortunate, but, expected. No worries, I am sure that in the next release they will fix this issue. Thanks for your time and effort.
  2. Sorry, no. I can not nor could I allow any identifying details about the file. This is not my choice.
  3. Nope, it is only set as archive. It shows other DLL files just not this one.
  4. On the PC in question, it is the Pro 30-Day Trial (see first post for version). Sorry, I would like to blame any miss information on rum. (in advance of receipt)
  5. May be related. http://www.lavasoftsupport.com/index.php?/topic/32504-cant-add-file-to-ignore-list/
  6. I use several security tools that many Av programs "freak" out on and call hack tools or Trojans. I can not add them to the ignore list because it does not list the DLL in question. When I use Explorer the file is in the proper location and is confirmed as being present and functional. In the add box "File Type" is set to all. The location is confirmed as being correct also if you try to enter the location manually it displays the "File not found" dialog box. I can not provide more info about the type of file sorry it is proprietary. Intel Dual core 2.6 Ghz 2GB RAM OS XP 64-bit Software Version: 10.1.211.3382
  7. New scan with Ad-Aware show no infections. Downloaded update for A-squared (USB) Found: Trace.Registry.Cain Trace: Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\software\cain\settings After reboot Ran HJT (exe @ USB) Found 2 entries O2 - BHO: VResLabWarningBHO Class - {B494E7BB-1E33-4922-A947-F74EFF4E714F} - C:\Program Files\VResLab\VResLabWarning.dll (file missing) O4 - HKCU\..\Run: [VResLab] "C:\Program Files\VResLab\VResLab.exe" Ran Ad-Aware Nothing found Ran A-squared only found the cain registy entry listed above.
  8. Okay sorry about the last post was extremely tired. What website say you will find =================== DLL files: fbjvt.dll AVLWarning.dll Registry files: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{A21C8D81-A9C7-46c6-A488-2A32FA0DAEB6} HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{C2A9759D-210A-0253-D944-8B76AC2B0D92} HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Interface\{967A494A-6AEC-4555-9CAF-FA6EB00ACF91} HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Interface\{9692BE2F-EB8F-49D9-A11C-C24C1EF734D5} HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\TypeLib\{A8954909-1F0F-41A5-A7FA-3B376D69E226} HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Licenses HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\VirusResponseLab2009 HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\AVLWarning.WarningBHO HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\AVLWarning.WarningBHO.1 HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\App Paths\VirusResponseLab2009 HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper Objects\{A21C8D81-A9C7-46c6-A488-2A32FA0DAEB6} HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\VirusResponseLab2009 HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “VirusResponseLab2009″ Files To Remove: c:\Program Files\VirusResponseLab2009 c:\Program Files\VirusResponseLab2009\VirusResponseLab2009.exe c:\Program Files\VirusResponseLab2009\AVLWarning.dll c:\Program Files\VirusResponseLab2009\uninst.exe C:\WINDOWS\system32\fbjvt.dll c:\Documents and Settings\Adminstrator\Desktop\VirusResponse Lab 2009.lnk c:\Documents and Settings\Adminstrator\Start Menu\VirusResponse Lab 2009.lnk c:\Documents and Settings\Adminstrator\Start Menu\Programs\VirusResponse Lab 2009 c:\Documents and Settings\Adminstrator\Start Menu\Programs\VirusResponse Lab 2009 2.1\VirusResponse Lab 2009.lnk What I Found ========= Original scan Oct, 27-29 Ad-Aware (free) Detection database was up to date. it found some of the problem and removed it. Sorry I was not logging info on this at that point so mostly from memory. Rebooted and still had the same problem with the scanner popping up and starting the BS scan. Ran anti virus (A-squared usb version) with up to date def. Scanner still present at startup. However A-squared did get some of the files. Oct, 31 - Nov, 1 2008 I found and removed the following files and folders that Ad-aware and A-squared did not. c:\Progra~1\VResLab c:\Progra~1\VResLab\VResLab.exe c:\Progra~1\VResLab\uninst.exe c:\Docume~1\Wesley~1.lyo\StartM~1\VirusR~1.lnk (After deleting VResLab.exe and uninst.exe the start up scaner BS no loger shows however I still have an anoying tray icon that tells me the BS but does nothing more than that. Unless I click the b*@#%^&d and then it tries to open IE to it's mommy site. Ya clicking it is a bad idea but i wanted to see if the program was gone or if I was missing enough for it to reinstall itself. I guess that Ad-Aware or A-squared got the DLLs but not the EXE Updated Ad-Aware (Detection database details number of families 5497 number of fingerprints 15779 number of reg entries 53741 total number of signatures 384372) Ad-Aware found these Reg entries and nothing else. BHO entries Root HKCR Path: interface\{f7do9218-46d7-4d3d-9b71-315204cd0836} Root HKCR Path: typelib\{e6364817-3933-440e-b4f6-a8584dd7b7eb} VRes Lab 2009 Root HKCR Path: clsid\{f5734812-e6a1-8833-eca9-949b5b8a88bf} After rebooting (and sleeping) I ran update on Ad-Aware deffs are still current. Ad-Aware found the following BHO entries Root HKCR Path: interface\{f7do9218-46d7-4d3d-9b71-315204cd0836} Root HKCR Path: typelib\{e6364817-3933-440e-b4f6-a8584dd7b7eb} Currently Nov, 1 7:47 PM Without reboot: Run rescan with Ad-Aware Run scan with updated A-squared Reboot Run Ad-Aware scan Run A-squared scan post back
  9. A few questions about VirusResponse 2009 aka AntiVirus 2009 (VResLab 2009) 1. Do the dll file appear in same place every time. (c:\windows\system32\fbjvt.dll) and (c:\program files\virusresponselab2009\AVLWarning.dll) 2. Does Ad-Aware (free) remove these dll files (because I can not find them) 3. Is there any known variant of this (not previous AntiVirusLab 2009 etc) I have found the exe (c:\program files\VResLab\VResLab.exe) with the lnk in c:\docume~1\admins~1\startm~1\"VirusResponse Lab 2009 2.1.lnk") which is contrary to everything I have read about the locations. Also I am, as stated before, unable to find the dll files. I have not looked at the registry as of yet. Could this be a variant. Thoughts ideas suggestions? EDIT: Oops the paths I posted above are incorrect I had to delete certain files that I found on my own that Ad-Aware did not find yesterday however a new update today so we will see if it gets the final problem solved will post back. Not looking for a quick fix manual removal is fun for me