Trojan in CoffeeCup HTLM-Editor?

By RealBlackStuff
Mar 27, 2004
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  1. The other day I D/L'd Coffeecup HTLM Editor V9.6 from their website.
    When installing it, my AV-program kicked in to inform me that a Backdoor-type virus with the name "BDS/HaTasi" was "living" in the file ~GLH000B.TMP

    Anybody know about this virus?

    The AV-prog quarantained the file and installation went through without a problem.
    I sent an email to Coffeecup, but so far no answer.
  2. The Only Radio

    The Only Radio Newcomer, in training

    Which AV program was this? It may very well be a false alarm. It's not impossible. CoffeeCup seems to be pretty trustworthy in my experiences.
  3. RealBlackStuff

    RealBlackStuff Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 8,165

    On my second install of Win2000 Pro/SP4 I use the free "Antivir", where it found that virus.
    Antivir is the free version (I guess) from Vexira, see here:
    http://www.centralcommand.com/updates.html

    Funny though, when I also installed the editor in my first Win2000 Pro/SP4 where I use Kaspersky Antivirus, it did not show up.

    None of the other AV-programs seems to know about this virus.
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