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GZKCY
post 9.11.2009 13:17
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6 Months ago kaspersky found als.pasdoc.a virus in my system. but kaspersky can only remove the acaddoc.lsp file created by virus while using autocad program. when scan and remove the found viruses and open autocad again it directly forms the lsp file again. is there a way to remove this virus completely from the system. i have attached the avz.log file.

if needed i can give the lsp file formed by virus.

thanks for help.
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dawgg
post 9.11.2009 14:06
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Please submit the file to Kaspersky's viruslab. Make the subject of the email "possible false-positive" and mention it only comes when you run autocad.

http://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?showtopic=13881

Post back what the lab replys.




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GZKCY
post 4.01.2010 06:03
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till november i still have not got any response from kaspersky lab. any one who knows how i can get rid of this thing can help me.
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post 4.01.2010 15:20
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Compress the file into a zip/rar archive and upload it to a file hosting website such as http://rapidshare.de/
Private message me the link to the detected file.
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post 26.01.2010 15:54
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Does this happen also with new autocad sessions or only when you open an old one?

Untick the box in AutoCAD's settings "load acad.lsp with every drawing". Does it help?
Screenshot here - http://docs.autodesk.com/ACD/2010/ENU/Auto...umber=d0e282661


Also, in your MyComputer scan settings, if its not selected, set it to scan "All files" rather than only "by format"

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post 30.01.2010 12:48
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QUOTE(dawgg @ 26.01.2010 15:54) *
Does this happen also with new autocad sessions or only when you open an old one?

Untick the box in AutoCAD's settings "load acad.lsp with every drawing". Does it help?
Screenshot here - http://docs.autodesk.com/ACD/2010/ENU/Auto...umber=d0e282661
Also, in your MyComputer scan settings, if its not selected, set it to scan "All files" rather than only "by format"


the settings are as what you told. but no effect. and the virus does not form if you make a new drawing from start. but after you save it and open it acaddoc.lsp file can be seen. thanks for your help.
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post 30.01.2010 15:46
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Did you run a scan which was set to scan "All files"? In the scan, untick "scan new and changed files only" and untick "iSwift" and "iChecker" in the "Additional" tab.

If that did not help, try contacting the autodesk forum if they have any solutions - http://discussion.autodesk.com/forums/

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