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Posted: Dec 19th 2007 6:56PM (Unverified) said

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I think the reasom is that the user's computer affects trojan

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Posted: Dec 19th 2007 9:24PM (Unverified) said

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we hear ya at HiPiHi here, tests internally on various virus scans have reflected inconsistent results on the presence of this "trojan". dun seem to have any real threat but we are keeping an eye out for it.

if any of you folks out there have updates to this problem, give us a holler by replying here.

Posted: Dec 19th 2007 9:24PM (Unverified) said

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strange, my earlier comment seems to have disappeared..

I am from HiPiHi and our team has run a number of tests with different virus scanning softwares. It appears the trojan result from AVG is an anomaly. Nonetheless, the inconsistent trojan results is a cause for concern and we are looking into it.

if any readers here have follow on updates to this problem, give us a holler by replying here..

Posted: Dec 19th 2007 9:47PM (Unverified) said

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We're just in the process of unpacking the HiPiHi installer on a clean linux system, so we can run some virus/trojan scans across the files. Will post the results as they become available.
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Posted: Jan 1st 2008 9:43PM (Unverified) said

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I am from HiPiHi, Grisoft has confirmed that HiPiHi uninstall.exe file is virus-free and detection of this file was false alarm. They have released new virus base that solves this false alarm. Please update your AVG and scan your files again.

You can restore already removed files from your AVG Virus Vault this
way:
open this Vault (in AVG -> upper menu Program -> Launch Virus
Vault), right-click on the file and choose Restore File(s)

Cheers!

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