I have 4 machines:
Computer 1 has WinXP and Suse10 installed (same drv)
Computer 2 XP only
Computer 3 98SE only
Computer 4 Fedora4 only
I wanted to find a better A/V than what I was using for my XP machines (AVG 7 Free version)...so on Computer1 I uninstalled AVG and chose Bit Defender 9 Standard version (trial for 30 days)...upon installing BD9 I did a complete scan of Computer1 and it reported back with 4 virus' found.
The files were found on Disc3 of Fedora's ISO images (in My Doctuments folder) I used to burn a CD in order to install that distro on Computer4.
Bit Defender reported the following:
Trojan.Exploit.HTML.Iframe.Filedownload.AW (3 occurances on iso disc3)
Exploit.HTML.IFrame.FileDownload.E ( 1 occurance on iso disc3)
I Googled those messages and I'm not sure what I was reading, it appeared that it might not be a virus but a hole in the code used for Fedora4 that appears on my disc#3...but again I'm not sure. So I'm wondering if those were really virus' or that BD9 was just reporting a possible weakness in the code...follow? Any thoughts/links would be appreciated and thanks in advance