This file showed a "Trojan.Generic.KDZ.2748" after downloading it from the company with my iPad2 into an FTP App, when I had the older iOS 5.1 installed.
I've since made a fresh install of iOS 7.0.2 recently, and re-downloaded the latest Active File Recovery Enterprise Edition, and no Trojan Virus shows within it.
I was discussing this with CeciliaB the other day, and mentioned to you also several months ago, if it's possible the iPad may have gotten a virus somehow, because when I attempted to backup my iPad using iTunes, it complained about a Malware threat at that time, and we determined it wasn't a threat of any importance.
But seeing this High-Level TrojanVirus somehow added to a file downloaded with an App from my past iOS 5.1 on the iPad, I'm wondering if it's a false positive, or actually was there before I made a fresh install of the iPad's iOS 7.0.2
I also discussed with CeciliaB, a program that can read and write to/from the iDevice, even if it's not Jailbroken, as well as reading the iTunes Backup file, to extract files from it.
The program is called iExplorer at http://www.macroplant.com/iexplorer/
Maybe this programs method can be a way to use AdAware to read the files on an iDevice, to scan for virus'
anyway... I tried uploading the file here but it is too large.
CeciliaB said to use http://sprend.com and give you the link to it in a PM so that's my next operation.
look for my PM to you soon.
the file shows as being around 178MB ... and is uploading there now.
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