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LethaLady

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I have use this service twice now the ppl are great. Now I have found something that may save the members and techs hours of scanning to fix a current issue.


My last topic was about what Norton identified an Hackroot toolkit in windows/sustem32/SVKPsys

My tech and I spent days running tools to get rid of it to no avail

I went to Renguard.com and they have a thread about this problem

It seems that Norton updates 2 weeks ago identified SVKP as a virus and quarintines it when found because hackers sometimes use it

BUT renguard also uses it so as soon as that update was downloaded we could no longer run games that use renguard because norton quarintines it

Removed, We don't want to send folks into editing the registry, one wrong move there and the computer could end up with bigger problems

this works great! if possible get the word out to the techs. Thanks for the great support!

Edited by don77, 01 November 2005 - 06:39 AM.

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Armodeluxe

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The simplest solution to that is just to configure your antivirus to ignore it..

Please don't send pm's to other users advising them to mess with their registries..
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