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Discussion in 'PROBLEMS - LET US TRY TO HELP' started by ssuttors, May 7, 2010.

  1. ssuttors

    ssuttors MEMBER

    Does anyone else get this security risk error from Vegas Tech software? I can't download any of them without getting this alert! There is something fishy with their softwarte! I trust Norton more than any proprietory sowtware and will only play the flash versions![​IMG]-- Edited by belgamo on Saturday 8th of May 2010 11:11:09 PM
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  2. SPADEAHOLIC

    SPADEAHOLIC Thinks Too Much

    RE: Vegas Tech unsafe downloads

    Yup I use to when I had Nortan System Works and its a setting you can change in options I beleave and or you need to disable Nortan Antivirus while download is running.
  3. krystalkitty

    krystalkitty Greedy Gambler

    RE: Vegas Tech unsafe downloads

    Most anti virus programs send a security for most casino's. At least for me. I have to disable my firewall when downloading...
  4. ssuttors

    ssuttors MEMBER

    RE: Vegas Tech unsafe downloads

    My problem is only with Vegas Tech casinos. The fact that it shows it as such a high risk is my concern! It puts it in the same category as Trojan viruses and the like! The code they are using is similar to the code in all those nasty destructive viruses! As tight as they are in giving the bonuses they advertise I'll stick with Microgaming! To make you wait 48hrs. for a $5 bonus is a joke! They won't be seeing deposits from me!
  5. SPADEAHOLIC

    SPADEAHOLIC Thinks Too Much

    RE: Vegas Tech unsafe downloads

    well after doing some web seaching I agree with you ssutter There download contains a trojan<table align="center" frame="border" width="460" cellpadding="4" summary="Signature Detection Mapping" cellspacing="4" border="2"><a>winnow.malware.35001</a>1272651167.onlinevegascasino.exe...04/30/10a-squared[Trojan-Banker.Win32.Banker!IK]AntiVir[GAME/Casino.Gen]eSafe[Win32.Banker]Ikarus[Trojan-Banker.Win32.Banker]Sunbelt[Trojan.Win32.Generic!BT]
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  6. Mben

    Mben No Deposit Forum Admin Staff Member

    RE: Vegas Tech unsafe downloads

    I have notified the Rep at the casino about this. "
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    Thanks for bringing it to our's, his and everyone's attention ssuttor (and spade).
  7. Sookie

    Sookie Mother of Cats

    RE: Vegas Tech unsafe downloads

    Yeah i get it its got malware and malware are basicaly trojans but that doesnt automaticaly make a virus - now does it?
  8. cat034

    cat034 KITTY CAT 034

    RE: Vegas Tech unsafe downloads

    well after what vi just paid to get my comp fixed from viruses im glad to know this info thanks for the heads up[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
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  9. 13mar13

    13mar13 WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    RE: Vegas Tech unsafe downloads

    Look , i can download and install englishharbour, superslots, and all englishharbours sisters casinos. But i cant install go casino and the other of these group is so strange.
  10. SPADEAHOLIC

    SPADEAHOLIC Thinks Too Much

    RE: Vegas Tech unsafe downloads

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