I actually prefer avast for what little time im actually on winblows but yea, pc kaspersky is amazing. I threw together a virus when I was first learning to code just to try to get past it and nothing I came up with could.
I give up on that whole thing lol....
Sent from my Liberated D2G
If you can find the trojan file on your sd card, I would love to know. Not being skeptical, I just love gathering info. It seems like a rather inelegant malicious program as well, and so far as I know yes it was YOU who put it on your phone.
No trojan will just appear out of thin air. Some file, or app, or picture or whatever you downloaded was malicious. so please think back to the day this started happening, and the day before, and what you had done to the phone. It would help us all if we can help you solve the mystery.
Last edited by kptphalkon; 03-30-2011 at 12:06 AM.
Virus scanners work on general assumption,
If the program modifies volatile memory in a certain way that is typically used by malicious code, performs network functions like packet spoofing, anything a standard user program doesnt do, it will be flagged as a virus.
so, thats weird, i did a nandroid backup, wiped data and cache, tried doing a couple things that still seemed a little buggy, went to go restore to that nandroid backup, and nandroid says there is no backups to restore to...