darksky 20:26 22 Dec 2008

Just Trying "SuperAntiSpyware"
Seems like a useful freebee but it has flagged something I don't understand.

Unclassified.Oreans32 (31 items)

A net search suggests Good and Bad I quote

"Unclassified.Oreans32 may be used for legitimate applications, but also for spyware"

so can anyone tell me whether to delete or not?
Help would be appreciated.

  skidzy 22:17 22 Dec 2008

You are quite correct,it can be legit but can be Malware in disguise.

Have you had any other problems ?

Download and update Mbam click here

Boot into safemode and run Mbam

If the findings are similar there is a chance its Malware.

Alternatively upload the suspect files to Jotti,and let there anti engines diagnose the possible threat click here

  darksky 19:42 23 Dec 2008

thanks skidzy, I what I realy need to know is if it is safe to delete these files, I have had no recent spyware problems

  skidzy 20:21 23 Dec 2008

Its impossible to say yes or no darksky,as you need to check the files out correctly.

Chances are,they are legit files and maybe needed.

If you go ahead and remove these files i would advise you to create a restore point first...just in case.

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