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Vince : PSET.ZIP

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See the attached image please...
 

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I'm not terribly surprised. It does poke it's nose into other processes by injecting data and code and then creating a remote thread. I suppose those techniques are often used by person's with bad intent.
 
I have allowed this threat, which sounds a little like one of yours. It could be (don't remember) it came from that file.

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Since I am using Windows 7 - i am still using just Microsoft Security Essentials.... (MSE).
 
Since I am using Windows 7 - i am still using just Microsoft Security Essentials.... (MSE).
Does that mean you can't allow the PSET programs? It should have some protection against false positives.
 
Somehow the versions of PSET64.dll I have differ from the pones in the ZIP file, and MSE just flagged the ones in the ZIP. nothing wrong there
 
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