QUOTE (c4evap @ Oct 3 2011, 11:41 AM)
Same links. BTW, be careful...I downloaded the software and my Eset antivirus deleted it immediately. I then used Oracle VM VirtualBox (free - open source) to build my disc so I wouldn't infect my computer. Worked out nicely.
Or simply the ESET gave you a false positive.
This you need to make sure about.
I mean IF
Eset is right
, the built CD may
contain a virus and infect a computer which is booted from it
What you did, in other words, makes very little sense, the file is either affected by Virus (it is NOT AFAIK
) and then you should NOT use it OR it is "clean" (and Eset is just a little bit overcautious) in which case you can use it allright.
The file has already been analyzed n
times on Virus Total:http://www.virustotal.com/file-scan/report...5248-1275918854
Verify the MD5 of the file you got.
This is a fresh re-scanhttp://www.virustotal.com/file-scan/report...5248-1317639656
In it NOD32 (Eset) does NOT mark the file as "dangerous", so what you report is particularly "strange".