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fSekrit / Re: Symantec False positive...
« on: August 01, 2012, 01:01 PM »
FYI I had the file in "my documents" in my admin profile on a network and the contents was in offline cache on most of the machines. AV lit up as a christmas tree after the virdef update in the middle of the night...

Thats behaviour that could be misinterpreted...

Maybe Symantec had some summer interns working on this ;-) neverthelss, they responded pretty fast and fixed the issue, thats what they are supposed to do. This time they came through.

cheers guys

fSekrit / Re: Symantec False positive...
« on: August 01, 2012, 12:52 PM »
reported this and got this today:

We are writing in relation to your submission through Symantec's on-line Security Risk / False Positive Dispute Submission form for your software being detected by Symantec Software. In light of further investigation and analysis Symantec is happy to remove this detection from within its products.

The updated detection will be distributed in the next set of virus definitions, available daily, or weekly via LiveUpdate, depending on Symantec product version

fSekrit / Symantec False positive...
« on: July 30, 2012, 07:57 AM »
Hello there.

After an virusdef update I'm getting reports from Symantec that fsekrit v 1.2 and related files are Backdoor.Graybird.

I saw in an earlier post that the paths reported on this matter was consistent with normal usage. These are clients on a windows domain and CSC is the offline files cache.

c:\documents and settings\elisabeth\lokala inställningar\temp\fsekrit-0f8e.exe
c:\documents and settings\elisabeth\lokala inställningar\temp\fsekrit-0f8e.exe
c:\documents and settings\elisabeth\lokala inställningar\temp\fsekrit-75fd.exe

fSekrit / Re: Search inside Fsekrit?
« on: September 07, 2006, 05:55 AM »
Ah, the initial window (not maximized) is small and centered as you prob intended. The maximzed window has the characteristics I described when reopened.

Seem I can't attach file to post, it shows a small Fsekrit 1.1 window in the middle of my screen

fSekrit / Re: Search inside Fsekrit?
« on: September 07, 2006, 05:25 AM »
k, IMO

Window in top right corner is less psychologically intuitive but in this case preferable since it wont block the findings when the text in the window scroll.

The window size issue is a problem since the lowest row of the window is behind my taskbar and this is where the search puts its results. I'd like the window to be full screen (issue removed for me) or the search findings to be not on bottom row but on the 5-10th row from below (not as nice but gets the prob out of the way). Actually both would be great, I always want to know what is just below something I just found through a search.

btw Im on 1024x768



fSekrit / Re: Search inside Fsekrit?
« on: September 07, 2006, 04:56 AM »
got the update, thx

I will probably be looking at the slickrun replacement someday when I have a lot of time

I hate to be like this :-) but the search window is quite commonly right on top of the text you just found and you dont know if it's the right spot or a preceding one with the same textstring since the window blocks the view. --> common annoyance

I guess putting the window in the lower right corner is tricky since the XY-coords starts from the upper left corner and you just dont know how big screensize your average user has.

If you have unlimited time I'd really like a firefox-type GUI on the search function, but thats of course generic enduser feedback rather than any type of request.

Oh another feedback thing, my Fsekrit doesn't realize that my WinXP taskbar is two rows tall, it always starts in fullscreen minus one row on top and one below. I guess this is a feature which is still static rather than dynamic.

nice app



fSekrit / Search inside Fsekrit?
« on: September 05, 2006, 04:17 PM »
Hi guys, great app.

I'm presently using Fsekrit to store all of my 50+ pw:s and Im using Slickrun to pull it up. This means it's ---- (Winkey+Q) ----- (pw enter) -------- (*type in Fsekrit pw* enter) -- and Im on my list of PWs.

Slickrun has at least one annyoing bug but works most of the time, Fsekrit has worked as expected since I started using it.

This setup lets me quickly pull up or update pws I use without having to think outside any box or even touch the mouse.

Now, the extra feature Id like in Fsekrit is a simple text search, this would let me shave off the most annyoing corner in this chain of actions.



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