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I made a couple of purchases today, Septerra Core was one of the two and Duke Nukem 3D was the other.
I installed Duke Nukem 3D without issue, but when trying to install Septerra Core I was warned by Vipre Antivirus of an instance of Trojan.Win32.Obfuscated.Gen.
I reinstalled Duke Nukem 3D just in case, to test, and tried a few of the other GoG installers I still had locally, everything checked out fine and peachy. The only installer I get this alert with is Septerra Core. I've also run a deep scan of my system to make sure I'm clean, which I seem to be, and I've also ran a manual check for the presence of this trojan too, according to a number of online sources.
So, either the Septerra.exe (the file reported) in the installer really is infected, or this is a false positive. I'm looking for a way to submit this file to Sunbelt Software at the moment so they can examine it too, if it's a false positive then it should be sorted because otherwise it might make people wary of buying the game.
I'm thinking false positive anyway... what're your thoughts?
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VagrantWolf: [..]The only installer I get this alert with is Septerra Core.
I'm thinking false positive anyway... what're your thoughts?

Hi, you might consider this as an official statement :)
I've scanned Septerra Core installation file as well as files inside package and here we got results (first - scanned by myself, second by VirusTotal):
By myself:
Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2009 - clean
Panda Security - clean
MKSVir - clean
avast! - clean
Spybot-Search&Destroy - clean
NOD32 - clean
By Virus Total:
a-squared found nothing
AhnLab-V3 found nothing
AntiVir found nothing
Antiy-AVL found nothing
Authentium found nothing
Avast 4.8.1335.0/20090409 found nothing
AVG found nothing
BitDefender 7.2/20090410 found nothing
CAT-QuickHeal 10.00/20090410 found nothing
ClamAV 0.94.1/20090410 found nothing
Comodo 1109/20090410 found nothing
DrWeb found nothing
eSafe found nothing
eTrust-Vet 31.6.6448/20090410 found nothing
F-Prot found nothing
F-Secure 8.0.14470.0/20090410 found nothing
Fortinet found nothing
GData 19/20090410 found nothing
Ikarus T3. found nothing
K7AntiVirus 7.10.698/20090409 found nothing
Kaspersky found nothing
McAfee 5579/20090409 found nothing
McAfee+Artemis 5579/20090409 found nothing
McAfee-GW-Edition 6.7.6/20090409 found nothing
Microsoft 1.4502/20090410 found nothing
NOD32 3999/20090410 found nothing
Norman 6.00.06/20090409 found nothing
nProtect 2009.1.8.0/20090410 found nothing
Panda found nothing
PCTools found nothing
Prevx1 V2/20090410 found nothing
Rising found nothing
Sophos 4.40.0/20090410 found nothing
Sunbelt 3.2.1858.2/20090410 found [Trojan.Win32.Obfuscated.Gen (v)]
Symantec found nothing
TheHacker found nothing
TrendMicro 8.700.0.1004/20090410 found nothing
VBA32 found nothing
ViRobot 2009.4.10.1688/20090410 found nothing
VirusBuster found nothing
So - my assumption is - Vipre (and Sunbelt, which is made by the same company as Vipre) is overreacting and rise false alarm. I've already informed them about false positive.
Post edited April 10, 2009 by Grah