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  1. I recently downloaded a PC game called Crazy Drake from eGames, but Ad-Aware came up with a Trojan (Trojan.Win32.Generic!BT to be exact) and some Conducent/Timesink Adware. Since it wasn't the official eGames website, I thought I might have gotten a purposely infected file. I then decided to buy the actual game new from eBay. When I installed it, Adaware STILL came up with the same stuff. This makes me believe that it could be something from the game that it thinks is malicious, but really isn't. Here is the website I got it from: http://egames2.blogspot.com/2011/09/crazy-drake.html Here's another link in case the first doesn't work: http://www.mediafire.com/?lmlxlhrwi6ndedr Thanks in advance!
  2. FYI, the aaw7boot.log file in a root directory can be created in a corporate environment that is using LANDesk software. LANDesk is using the Lavasoft engine for spyware protection. Thanks.