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Today Kaspersky 10 identifies the file ulrtc16.dll of SQLA 16.0.0.2076 as a threat and will remove (delete) it if configured so.

asked 27 Mar '15, 04:03

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I would suggest to check this file via virustotal.com and, if the results are ok, report the false positive to Kaspersky.

(27 Mar '15, 04:26) Reimer Pods
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Only Kaspersky has a problem with the file...

(27 Mar '15, 04:27) Martin
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Then you could inform Kasperky here: http://newvirus.kaspersky.com

(27 Mar '15, 08:07) Reimer Pods

Kaspersky confirmed this to be a bug in their anti virus software and they will fix it with the next update...

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