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CA anti virus software mistakenly treats Win2003 component as a virus

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zdnet.com.au reported that CA eTrust anti-virus software mistakenly judged a built-in security component of Windows 2003 as malicious software. Now the company has released a patch.

The Windows 2003 file Lsass.exe was incorrectly detected as a virus by CA eTrust and was deleted causing some servers to crash and fail to restart.

  CA stated that it quickly discovered and corrected this problem. The company recommends that users who have problems visit here for a solution. Users can also get the latest correction patches from the CA website.

It seems that the cause of this problem is that Lsass.exe is mistakenly regarded as a Win32/Lassrv.B Trojan.

Lassrv.B was discovered on August 24 and the hazard level was marked as extremely low. Installing eTrust on Windows 2003 and downloading the virus signature update released by CA on September 1 will cause the 'manslaughter' problem.

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