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  1. Hey everyone, I'm in need of some help/advice. My bittorrent has been crashing a lot lately, and I've been trying to update, but with the last few versions my antivirus (which has always behaved well regarding all my torrent habits), won't even give me the option to ignore the threat and keep installing it; it just shuts it all down. The error threat reads: 4/24/15, 2:28:17am Scanner: Real-time file system protection Type of object: File Object: /Volumes/BitTorrent-39559/ Threat: OSX/Adware.Spigot.D application Action: Not possible to clean root Information: Event occurred during an attempt to access the file by the application: /usr/libexec/syspolicyd. From browsing on other forums I was able to figure out that the threat is an adware. I don't know that much about what to do about that error, since there isn't really another kind of installation package that's not bundled. So, any advices about what to do? Thanks in advance
  2. I just got a new hard drive to replace my old one and I've never had a problem with bittorent until I went to install it on my new hard drive. well when I went to install bittorent, eset "detected" this threat. What I want to know is if it is real or just a false positive because it's a new install of eset?