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Weird trojan warning (scite)?

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I installed autoit a few days ago along with scite. Knowing that at times autoit scripts will be recognized as a virus etc so thats fine. However today, kaspersky warned me of this threat: Trojan.Win32.Agent.bpv in the file \AutoIt3\SciTE\Defs\UpdateDefs.exe. Instantly i checked the directory, because last i recall that file was actually made in autoit. I looked through the code and couldnt see anything bad, however the size of this file was 200kb. I deleted the file and let autoit compile a new .exe, the new size ended up at 230kb. Im sure this is nothing but id like to know if anyone else had this problem?


Took a look on another install of scite and sent the file to jottie for a scan:

A-Squared Found nothing

AntiVir Found nothingArcaVir Found nothing

Avast Found nothing

AVG Antivirus Found nothing

BitDefender Found nothing

ClamAV Found nothing

CPsecure Found nothing

Dr.Web Found nothing

F-Prot Antivirus

Found nothing

F-Secure Anti-Virus Found Trojan.Win32.Agent.bpv

Fortinet Found W32/Agent.BPV!tr

Kaspersky Anti-Virus Found Trojan.Win32.Agent.bpv

NOD32 Found nothing

Norman Virus Control Found nothing

Panda Antivirus Found nothing

Rising Antivirus Found nothing

Sophos Antivirus Found nothing

VirusBuster Found nothing

VBA32 Found nothing

Edited by huldu

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Yes, UpdateDefs is an AutoIt3 script and size difference has to do with the version its compiled with.

As the the Virus warning ...have you read the sticky at the top of this forum ?

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