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Re: wrong DATVersion in registry

to get past our Nessus scanning....

Here is what I had to do.

Followed the "To Manually Fix the registry issue:" above, but

1) Click Start, Run, type regedit, and click OK, right clicked and selected Run As Administrator.

2) Navigated to the appropriate location below: 64-bit systems: HKLM\Software\Wow6432Node\AVEngine, AVDatVersion

3) Stop the McShield and Framework service first.

4) In the right pane, right-clicked and selected AVDatVersion (ours was already there).

     Modified the AVDatVersion and set Value data to 7195.

     Modified the AVDatDate and set the Value data to 2013/09/11.

5) Closed the registry editor.

6) restarted services.

** issue I see is that when we get scanned again, since this is a "dead, non-updating" registry entry, we will get a false-negative again...

Has anyone just deleted this "old" AVEngine registry entry???

kmc
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Re: wrong DATVersion in registry

anybody got solutions for this problem?

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