Webroot DETECTS AdGuard...


Beta Tester
During installation of Adguard Beta, I noticed that Webroot detected the Adguard tools.exe file and wouldn't let Adguard connect to the internet. If anybody is using Adguard Version 5.10.1175.6083 and Webroot SecureAnywhere Antivirus 2015- Version please remember to roll-back the file. Unfortunately, I cannot reproduce this right now :)mad:) as my dismal 2.75 GB RAM cannot withstand my virtual machine- Anyone help?
(btw I have Adguard up and running now...)

Boo Berry

Moderator + Beta Tester
Yes, this is a known issue. The only thing that can be done is to report to Webroot about the false positive.


Alpha Tester
new ticket sent to webroot
False Positive&whitelisting
[E] c:\program files (x86)\adguard\protocolfilters.dll [MD5: 2886A599B40FCA22D66DD5B3D6A8BFB2] [Flags: 00081100.5253] [Threat: W32.Adware.Gen]
c:\program files (x86)\adguard\drivers.bin/x86/nfregdrv.exe [MD5: F678A433E9B925861B3D7EB6B380274C] [Flags: 00081000.5257]
c:\program files (x86)\adguard\drivers.bin/x64/adgnetworkwfp.sys [MD5: 2BE0CCA005F6C30872F1E288685741DA] [Flags: 00091000.5258]
c:\program files (x86)\adguard\drivers.bin/x64/nfapi.dll [MD5: A6EE32CA05B501821A65CEC73460F5B3] [Flags: 00091000.5259]
c:\program files (x86)\adguard\drivers.bin/x86/nfapi.dll [MD5: BF91E03C52D201351CADACD01C2EE0DA] [Flags: 00081000.5260]
c:\program files (x86)\adguard\drivers.bin/x64/nfregdrv.exe [MD5: ACAE0FFD50C4F129AFE4F0BE584BAFC6] [Flags: 00091000.5261]
c:\program files (x86)\adguard\drivers.bin/x64/adgnetworktdi.sys [MD5: 57886CF0C808ED93C4DACE098BD2ECCA] [Flags: 00091000.5262]
c:\program files (x86)\adguard\drivers.bin/x86/adgnetworktdi.sys [MD5: 19E39964726BE015511DF800C566DFF1] [Flags: 00081000.5263]
c:\program files (x86)\adguard\drivers.bin/x86/adgnetworkwfp.sys [MD5: D8CDD68C6379CBEAE465BB81DA368025] [Flags: 00081000.5264]
c:\program files (x86)\adguard\nfapi.dll [MD5: C34892D7ABE17F40D2A2A44B9424E519] [Flags: 00081000.5254]

- Unknown file

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Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We have examined the files and determined them as good in our database.

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