I guess you didn't see my thread?
»Avast detecting trojan in WinPatrol
I submitted the detection to Virus Total and it shows Avast and GData (which uses Avast engine) as the only two AV detecting this "trojan".
If you Google you will find that Avast (and a few other AV) have detected this trojan falsely several times over the past few years and not just in WinPatrol. Since no one else is seeing it currently, I suspect that this is an old Avast FP that I am getting because GData, when it installs, has really OLD definitions and GDData begins IMMEDIATELY to update them without my doing anything. The detection in WinPatrol is made just as GData is updating its definitions...in fact GData is also updating the program itself yet its scanner is doing an idle scan when it probably should wait until its program is updated and its definitions are also updated. I now think it is detecting this off the definitions that come with the installation and those are old. It is
a false positive from Avast...just not a current one.
GData support is puzzled but I didn't tell them when I emailed support that GData apparently is so zealous that it is doing an idle scan before it finishes updating its definitions. I will tel them that now and ask why the definitions that come with the download are so very old.--
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