What makes you think it is dangerous in the Internet Security sense? How did you get it on your computer?
4sysops - FREE: NirCmd - Swiss army knife for the command promptOct 15, 2008 ... NirCmd is one of those tools that belongs in every admin’s tool box. It was released in 2003 and the number of features has been growing ...
4sysops - FREE: NirCmd - Swiss army knife for the command prompt
NIRCMD.EXE, Spyware RemoveNIRCMD.EXE, has been determined *B*, how to remove this Spyware threat. It's part of malware group Potentially harmful program RemoteAdmin.T.
Then ask the right question next time: Can Norton catch malicious scripts?
And don't make statements like <<Surprising NirCmd is not considered dangerous by Norton. >>
But don't ask me to answer about scripts -- I'm sure you can find out the answer.
Dieselman743 wrote:Tech goes around purposely infected his pc then blames Norton for not detecting it. Just see his other posts.
Well that's the only active protection I have. I expect a lot from it.
Myrdhinn wrote:Prevx is like an old lady that does nothing but spy on the neighbours and call 911 daily... many admin tools are dangerous, even MS has tools that don't get flagged because they are MS tools, that do the same stuff as Nir tools do. That's the nature of Admin tools and if Norton started flagging them all, you'd have Enterprises dropping them for an AV that wouldn't.
I find Prevx extrememly useful and informative.