Well Explo... as silly as it sounds, what other reason is there for these executables to be hidden so thoroughly and still remain after an un-install and not only remain, but still keep an open port in your system... it may not be sinister, but it is definitely intrusive.
<-- look at false positives
<-- Basic reason for the cause of Shaiya's false positive
<-- reason AVA.dll's are hanging, most likely.
Last sentence is correct, imo. But probably nothing intentional by anyone. I can write a program right now that will be detected as a virus. And it won't do anything but load Notepad.exe in memory.
PS: DLL's aren't executable files.
Exactly, and very well put may i add.
only the foolish laugh at such a thing as this, this is without doubt a majorly intrusive behaviour from a games company who condone and actively encourage child gambling on there website/item mall and publicly abuse there customers on this very forum if spoken against.
Keeping a port "open" on so many customer PC's is not a laughing matter or a matter for immature jokes of conspiracies, it is what it is and a severe breach of trust.
Pay attention to what you're supposed to be reading when you click "I agree".
You keep spouting this annoying nonsense about open ports. Have you sniffed the traffic? Do you what's being transmitted, if anything? What programs are you using to detect the port activity? Have you debugged the DLLs or loaded them to see what functions they offer if native compiled?
I'm going to say no to all of the above based on your posting above and not understanding why you couldn't see hidden files in Windows Explorer.