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post #21 of 32
this is hilarious lol
    
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this is hilarious lol
0nly because it hasn't happened to you. I don't even have ms_av what ever its called.
It didn't show up or act like a virus. It just stop working, all my bookmarks and all still there.
Even after re dl it still refused to work.It would install just not work. Even if i manually typed an IP address, dead. IE8 was working just fine.
M$ is lying there is more to this than meets the eye. I'm not a lawyer but IMHO there were "trust laws" broken here.

I wonder how many affected had un-installed ie9, me the day after it came out? That means m$ is keeping records (and tabs) on every computer out there, laugh now, lol.
Edited by DrFPS - 10/4/11 at 7:34am
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post #23 of 32
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why is everybody so sure it *falsely* labeled it that?
Because only 3000 people were affected? Millions of people use Windows. If they were not falsely labeling it then more than 3000 people would have been affected...
    
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0nly because it hasn't happened to you. I don't even have ms_av what ever its called.
It didn't show up or act like a virus. It just stop working, all my bookmarks and all still there.
Even after re dl it still refused to work.It would install just not work. Even if i manually typed an IP address, dead. IE8 was working just fine.
M$ is lying there is more to this than meets the eye. I'm not a lawyer but IMHO there were "trust laws" broken here.

I wonder how many affected had un-installed ie9, me the day after it came out? That means m$ is keeping records (and tabs) on every computer out there, laugh now, lol.
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Please, this train of though is stupid beyond imagination. Microsoft does track installed files if you install MSE, as part of collecting information to improve the product. Other AV's also do this, and all you have to do is click 'I do not want to join Spynet' in settings if you don't want to be 'tracked'.
The 'personal infomation' that sometimes get sent, generally means your username in a folder location. Unless you have a folder path like
C:\\Mystreetadress\\Myname\\Mycreditcardnumber\\my birthdate\\herpderp.txt
Your safe from being identified.
Also, they only send logs, never any files without your explicit concent.

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why is everybody so sure it *falsely* labeled it that?
Because as scary big corporations like MS are, they aren't stupid, and wouldn't remove a competing well known app through a definition update. AV's from multiple brands have dun goofd with definition updates, sometimes completely destroying the os, so that it needs to be reinstalled. But as soon as a microsoft av makes the mistake, its a conspiracy...
Edited by .:hybrid:. - 10/4/11 at 8:42am
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post #25 of 32
Funny and not harmful, but I can imagine how embarrassing it must be for Microsoft.
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I can see how this happened. Sure chrome is a browser, but it also does some of the stuff that malware does, like collect information and monitor your browsing. Totally plausible that it just got flagged as malicious because it meets some of the criteria.
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post #27 of 32
It was intentional. They marked the chrome process.
Whats the process called? Oh yeah chrome.... So unless there is a virus that launches processes as chrome this was intentional.
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It was intentional. They marked the chrome process.
Whats the process called? Oh yeah chrome.... So unless there is a virus that launches processes as chrome this was intentional.
...
AV's don't just have a list of processes they scan for and block, they use signature/heuristic detection to dynamically scan programs for harmful code. Hence false positives, since no dynamic system can always be right. In this case Chrome shared the same characteristics as a password stealer.
Edited by .:hybrid:. - 10/4/11 at 8:25am
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Back when I used Norton, I used to get false positives all the time. This is very common.
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AV's don't just have a list of processes they scan for and block, they use signature/heuristic detection to dynamically scan programs for harmful code. Hence false positives, since no dynamic system can always be right. In this case Chrome shared the same characteristics as a password stealer.
LOL! I dunno, if this is like Android, then maybe they are sending stored PW back to Google DB? I always think that's what the Android Google Backup/Sync does, lol. At least it's optional.
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