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Hi Guys. I have had my Switchblade working pretty well so far on my unprotected machine. Beofre i went on to tidying it up though i ran it on a secured machine.

It turns out that Norton detected PWDump and later on Spyware doctor picked up on some mailpass retrieval tools even after the switchblade was long gone.

Now AVkiller was on the stick but didnt seem to affect it.

Before i go off and start trying to find a way round this, has anyone found a fairly safe system which cleans up after itself and is resilient to Norton.

If not, hopefully ill be able to post up some solutions.

Thanks guys

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Thanks for your replys guys. I have been working on this for the past week now. No joy. Now i know you can encrypt the files to get them past Norton. Just having difficulty finding out how. Same with writing a script to disable norton. Hard enough to shut down normally. Lol.

Working on a script at the moment to pop up a window to say whether the user logged on has admin rights and if not, to give them.

Any help on the Norton issue would be greatly appreciated though guys. Thanks

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Thanks for your replys guys. I have been working on this for the past week now. No joy. Now i know you can encrypt the files to get them past Norton. Just having difficulty finding out how. Same with writing a script to disable norton. Hard enough to shut down normally. Lol.

Working on a script at the moment to pop up a window to say whether the user logged on has admin rights and if not, to give them.

Any help on the Norton issue would be greatly appreciated though guys. Thanks

If you want to, check out some trojan/RAT sites, they probably have some packers/crypters/scramblers etc. to encrypt files and hide them from anti-virus programs.
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