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Re: Norton AntiVirus 2005 treats Radmin as a Virus ??!
From: "Sowhat ." <smaillist () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2004 22:08:35 +0800

no , no one install Radmin on my computer, it's a new clean box.the
radmin.exe is the client of the Radmin.

in my memory , Norton AntiVirus 2004 has mark the Radmin as potential malware
and in 2005, it was marked as Hacktool

i have googled for it ,Trend Micro also marks it a hacktool,HKTL_RADMIN.A

"This hacking tool is actually a commercial software used for network

It can control the client system and desktop. It can also monitor all
events of the target machine.

This software contains the following features: 

Control over multiple users 
File transfer 
User log on and log off 
Multilanguage support 
NT security 
It runs on Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, and XP.

On Tue, 12 Oct 2004 15:54:31 +0200, Mordread Wallas
<mordread.wallas () gmail com> wrote:
On Tue, 12 Oct 2004 20:51:18 +0800, Sowhat . <smaillist () gmail com> wrote:
Is RemoteAdministrator a commercial remote control software or a Hacktool ?


Imagine that someone has installed Remote Administrator (or,
PCAnyWhere, VNC, DMWare, etc...) on your computer, without your
permission (it can be do now with some GDI+ faked jpeg for example).
What should your antivirus software do?

For many years, antivirus softwares had never alert users about such
tools, so I think it's a good news!

See you,
Mordread Wallas

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