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    Lightbulb SubSeven 2.2

    I downloaded version 2.2 to figure out why
    i keep getting attacked playing monopoly.
    (See previous post for that story).
    Anyway im wondering why norton 2002
    allways protects me from that,but it did'nt
    prevent the download or afterwards when
    i right clicked the file and scanned it,still
    no norton warning?
    should'nt it have detected the exe. susbseven
    2.2 even before its opened?
    Did'nt post in "security leaks in norton"
    because maybe its a "dud" trojan?

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    Is v2.2 too new?
    And have you done all your recent updates for the anti-virus programme?
    Try, Fail but Do iT at last!
    ASA The ZeroTimeR
    The Turkish IT Documentation Project

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    Yes im up to date on the definitions.
    But maybe its because its a remote
    access trojan(rat) it doesnt recognize it?
    I spent allot of bucks on that norton
    package too...Shuks

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    Have you download it from sub7 home page ( http://www.sub7files.org ) or another website?

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    Another site

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    I would assume that the trojan is not exposed until 'unzipped'(opened and installed), but I couldn't say for sure...
    If such is the case, you'll never know until it's too late...

    Ouroboros
    "entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem"

    "entities should not be multiplied beyond necessity."

    -Occam's Razor


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    The kids downloaded a game once and it
    detected a file within the files as soon as the
    download started?
    Sorry to bug evreyone on easter weekend but
    symantec are slow responders

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    Ok, I recommend you to delete downloaded sub7, and download it from it's own site which I mentioned above.
    The sub 7 which you have downloaded might be edited to prevent antivirus detection and it might not be the original sub7 ! so be carefull, they also could infected the client part of the sub7 which you have downloaded with another trojan! just delete it and download it from it's own website.

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    Cool thanks for the url i was the first visitor
    Mine is an .exe this one states its a zip
    this thing better detect it this time.

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    Download link aint working.
    Or norton is :-)

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