Archive for March, 2010
Happened with ESET’s NOD32 once when everything was being flagged as Kryptik.JX trojan but this time its BitDefender, they pushed an update file that rendered Windows 64-bit systems useless since many were falsely flagged as Trojan.FakeAlert.5 and moved to quarantine. This might have left many users with a useless non-bootable Windows or other problems. Here is the solution to fix the false alarm by BitDefender which detects important files as Trojan.FakeAlert.5.
The BitDefender products effected were: Home user, BitDefender Business Client and BitDefender Security for File Servers.
- All BitDefender 2008, 2009 & 2010 Users With 64-Bit Systems
Download BitDefender Rescue CD that will fix the problem
- BitDefender Business Client: False positive Trojan.Fakealert.5 on Windows x64 systems
- False positive Trojan.Fakealert.5 on Windows x64 systems – How to fix your BitDefender for File Servers product
BitDefender has a dedicated page for the said problem which can be accessed HERE