CC FTP vs Trend Micro Anti-Spyware
Symantec has it listed as a keylogger program, and names the same components as Trend. (for example: polarziplight.ZIPlight)
It's not beyond my comprehension to assume that ftp programs are indeed manufactured to transfer data, and that's what is tripping up the spyware scanning software. Or that when I delete the items from the scan, that one of them is a cc ftp component, which subsequently renders it useless. I just bring this up to check and see if there is something unnecessary bundled with the cc ftp program.
Thanks for the help.
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