mizzourob, on 01 April 2011 - 05:00 PM, said:
Bump... W3bbo any updates or an ETA on Sevenize?
I'm feeling very disappointed in myself for a: not keeping you guys informed, and b: not devoting enough time to the project.
Here's my current situation. It's just words and promises, but I hope you can trust and believe in me that you will see something eventually:
* From now until next week I have to devote my life to writing my undergraduate project dissertation.
* Immediately after that I need to study and revise for my final undergraduate examinations, the actual exams run from mid-May to mid-June.
* After late-June I will be a free man. Beautiful sweet freedom I haven't felt since I finished High School. I have a great many proejcts to work on
1Al, on 02 April 2011 - 12:56 PM, said:
I replaced some dll with Vize 2 and run a scan with Malwarebytes, it found Write.exe in C/Windows/System32 as trojan.fakems, is it a virus or a false positive?
If you google "trojan.fakems" you'll see that Malwarebytes frequently incorrectly identifies files as that malware.
There isn't much documentation about "trojan.fakems", so my guess is that Malwarebytes flags any system file that purports to be from Microsoft but doesn't match a "known" file, in this case xpize'd Windows files are no-longer identical to the files they should be.
On the other hand, this is the first time I've heard of this problem. It's quite possible you really are infected with malware. I personally recommend Microsoft Security Essentials over all other forms of AV (especially Norton), give it a try and see if it reports anything. It also might be worth uploading the file to various free online file scanner services (Kaspersky has one).
This post has been edited by W3bbo: 29 April 2011 - 05:41 AM