SINS 2.1 and Kaspersky antivirus

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    SINS 2.1 and Kaspersky antivirus

    Post by vuduy on 2011-01-31, 9:32 am

    SINS 2.1 series use Detours library from Microsoft; and Kaspersky is the only antivirus company out there that black list this library (it might as well black list Microsoft Windows).

    To run SINS 2.1 properly without turning off the antivirus, you must add exception to files with name "PWE.dll".

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    Re: SINS 2.1 and Kaspersky antivirus

    Post by Ecko on 2011-02-03, 10:43 am

    Is it possible to report PWE.dll to kaspersky company and say its a clean file? So it wont detect as virus.

    I just think every antivirus with system intrusion also block PWE.dll, depending of their settings what they had. Because the dll file is being streaming and hooking it to current processes which mostly exploit of injection and tell its not safe.

    some user here dont even know where to find PWE.dll, that temp folder is hidden on Windows 7 unless they show all hidden folder to locate the dll itself.
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    Re: SINS 2.1 and Kaspersky antivirus

    Post by vuduy on 2011-02-03, 10:44 am

    It's not PWE.dll that it's black listed. Kaspersky black listed the Detours library from Microsoft.

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