- February 13, 2007 11:48:39 AM
- 827,392 bytes
- Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP
SecurityRisk.Settec is a rootkit that can hide processes, prevent access to files, and may cause problems for legitimate programs that have access to DVD or CD drives.
This rootkit was designed to hide a legitimate application, but it can be used to hide other objects, including malicious software.
Your Symantec program detects SecurityRisk.Settec.
This security risk is part of Settec Alpha-DVD software, which is present on some KinoWelt content-protected DVDs. When a DVD containing this software is started from a DVD drive, the security risk is installed on the computer. It has been reported that the German release of "Mr & Mrs Smith" will include Settec's Alpha-DVD copy protection.
Antivirus Protection Dates
Initial Rapid Release version October 2, 2014 revision 022
Latest Rapid Release version October 2, 2014 revision 022
Initial Daily Certified version March 2, 2006
Latest Daily Certified version February 28, 2012 revision 006
Initial Weekly Certified release date March 8, 2006
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