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The attitude of many Antivirus companies is very tough in this subject -If it's a tool that can be used by bad guys, it's classified as Trojan or Virus, even when most users need it and use it for good purposes.

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One good example for that is my own password recovery tools: Most people need these tools to recover their own lost password.

These password tools, like many other utilities out there, can also be used by hackers for bad purposes.

I must say that some Antivirus companies are a little more gentle, and classify these tools as "Security Threat" or "Riskware" which is much better than classifying them as Virus or Trojan, but they still prevent the user from running them - by deleting them or by putting them in quarantine.

Also, many users don't know what is difference between Virus and Riskware, and when they get these "Riskware" alerts, they still think that my tools are infected with a Virus named "Riskware".

One wonders why he had not called them back in time.

It may be that his unexpected turn-on-a-dime towards a new alliance with the eternal enemies of Yemen, the Saudis, has alienated his followers.

For much of his 34 years of rule as president and even after his forced resignation Saleh could call on the seven "collar tribes" who's territory surround the capital. Saleh also continued to command significant parts of the former Yemeni army.