F-Secure cannot fix Gen:Variant.Symmi.17140

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F-Secure cannot fix Gen:Variant.Symmi.17140

Hi,

 

  Scanning Report 08 April 2013 16:02:29 - 17:07:02

Computer name:
Scanning type: Full scan
Target: C:\ D:\ + system + rootkits


Result: 1 malware found

Gen:Variant.Symmi.17140(virus)

  • C:\Program Files\Windows Mail\WindowsMailGadget.exe Action: FAILED

 

 

Could anyone propose what can be with this malware (or should it be actually treated as malware)?

 

I am Win7 user and F-Secure is

F-Secure Client Security 9.32 build 112
F-Secure Anti-Virus 9.30 build 17464
F-Secure Automatic Update Agent 8.26 build 6200
F-Secure User Interface 9.30 build 10522
F-Secure Management Agent 8.21 build 128
F-Secure ORSP Client 1.0.24 build 1035
F-Secure Network connections 6.29121
F-Secure Email Scanner 6.00 build 515
F-Secure DeepGuard 3.00 build 203
F-Secure Online Help 1.98 build 1030
F-Secure Customization CS/1.30.01
F-Secure Browsing Protection/SW 1.10 build 5811
F-Secure Browsing Protection/ES 1.10 build 1039
F-Secure Internet Shield 6.29
F-Secure Device Control 1.00

Many thanks.

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F-Secure Product Expert

Re: F-Secure cannot fix Gen:Variant.Symmi.17140

Hello Katzid,

 

If you click on the detection name of the malware found you should  be directed to the following page.

http://www.f-secure.com/v-descs/other_w32_generic.shtml

 

On this page you have links to further disinfection instructions and information on the malware found. If in doubt on what is the file I would advise you to submit it to our lab to confirm its exact nature.

 

https://analysis.f-secure.com/portal/login.html

 

Thank you

 

 



Best Regards

-Ben

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Re: F-Secure cannot fix Gen:Variant.Symmi.17140

Hello Katzid,

 

If you click on the detection name of the malware found you should  be directed to the following page.

http://www.f-secure.com/v-descs/other_w32_generic.shtml

 

On this page you have links to further disinfection instructions and information on the malware found. If in doubt on what is the file I would advise you to submit it to our lab to confirm its exact nature.

 

https://analysis.f-secure.com/portal/login.html

 

Thank you

 

 



Best Regards

-Ben

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