Virus or new Webroot's anti-p2p policy?
Hi everybody, and sorry for my poor English.
Few days ago, I noticed all emule-related *.exe files had disappeared from my internal HDD. I tried to copy them from a USB HDD, copy happened but two seconds later, the file disappeared again. This problem stopped when I deactivated Webroot Spy Sweeper's shield. After installing the Mule without Spy Sweeper, the install was completed successfully, but at the first boot after after having re-installed Spy Sweeper, I had a light blue screen annoucing "emule.exe deleted, eMule0.47a-Installer.exe deleted, shareazaa.exe not found, limewire.exe not found, kazaa.exe not found", etc. :confused:
Would it be possible that Spy Sweeper has been infected by some virus, or would it be an anti-p2p policy applied by Webroot?
My security tools are NAV 2006, NPF 2006, Ad-Aware, Ewido, Arovax, and formerly (of course) Spy Sweeper.