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    Default Trojan detected in DTL

    McAfee Virusscan Enterprise detects a false positive with dtlite.exe.

    I escalated the case to McAfee and awaiting answer soon (hopefully a new dat file).

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    Ugh... I've set like 5 different exceptions that should all encompass the .exe file, but it still deletes it every time.

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    I'm using kaspersky 9 and nothing found during installation DT Lite, so it's your antvirisu problem I think
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    Default Daemon Tools Lite 4.35 Win7 McAfee

    Hi, today I downloaded the latest version of daemon tools lite from this page. During the install McAfee Internet Security detected the daemon tools exe-file as "New Poly Win32"-virus and kept it under arrest, so that the installation failed.

    I sent the file to McAfee, so that they can fix the detection-file. Has anyone else got this problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gitslaughingman View Post
    Hi, today I downloaded the latest version of daemon tools lite from this page. During the install McAfee Internet Security detected the daemon tools exe-file as "New Poly Win32"-virus and kept it under arrest, so that the installation failed.

    I sent the file to McAfee, so that they can fix the detection-file. Has anyone else got this problem.
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    McAfee confirmed the false positive.
    DAT file version 5788 doesn't detect the threat anymore, all fine now...

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    If you rename the dtlite.exe to daemon.exe (to ensure compatibility with yasu), daemon.exe is still recognized as trojan.

    This is solved with DAT 5789.

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    Ausrufezeichen DTLITE 4.35 = VIRUS

    I've just downloaded the new version for Windows Seven and McAfee detects DTLite.exe as a virus (New Poly Win32)

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    @Arkha
    Which virus databases do you have installed?

    I scanned it with several AVs and McAfee didn't complain:
    Virustotal. MD5: 415cacb0ced393bd6949577397fab023 (Suspicious) - DNAScan Win32.NewPoly Packer.Win32.UnkPacker.a
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    dont think its a problem with his antivirus im running avg internet security suite and got same thing. reports it as New Poly virus or variant , its being picked up by the identity protection portion of the antivirus software

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