September 19, 2013, 02:05:43 pm
This must be a real worry for you if you seemed to be clear previously but now might have an infection.
I have tested the DLL file that was reported by AVAST with Windows Defender and Norton Internet Security, neither report any problem.
The issue is whether AVAST is reporting a False Positive, that is AVAST reporting is wrong FOR the DLL file identified here so far and continues to do so on your system. Or, your system is infected with the virus you are getting messages about from some other source.
AVAST no longer can detect Win32 evo-gen, and apparently, the virus is not exist as avast scan result show zero infected files,
So you created the exclusion in AVAST for the DLL file and now there are no reports, so that should mean there are no other infections IF your complete system was scanned, and that includes scanning after a re-boot.
.. and the provision is when i copied a file from my PC (the PC that has lumion and avast after configuration) to my laptop with updated avast with no configuration, it instantly detect that virus appeared when installing Lumion in my PC, accordingly and the conclusion is, the virus got removed from AVAST virus definition in my PC and spreading freely.
So when you copied a file to the laptop the AVAST on the laptop reported that file as infected or it reported the installation on your PC during another Lumion install to be infected? Was AVAST on your laptop scanning the PC also?
Research online and at the AVAST forums does not indicate any problems, only how to report false positives for the Evo win32 malware.
Have a read of this topic on Evo
, there's some steps to getting rid of included. There's no reason yet to consider the Lumion install is the problem, especially as installing was not the factors that started the Avast reports here.
I'll try and do a check on the Free version.