....maybe AOL Spyware Protection that's been placed on the computer. Do a search for "webcal" on the computer and see if a .dll is found. You might be able to determine the properties of the file if you find it.
If you don't use the AOL product, then it's not really needed but still, it appears to be harmless as a "data mismatch". I found this in another discussion about the same detection;
Originally Posted by leccy
I've got a Dell too... and get the same detection...
it's something to do with AOL:
rundll32.exe C:\PROGRA~1\AOL9~1.0\WEBCAL~1.DLL,WebCalHandler %1
Just curious, which operating system are you using.?
Hope this helps
I guess this should be posted in the security forum but I guess it is experiencing a traffic jam at this time as I keep getting "page you requested could not be found."
I recently ran Rootkitrevealer which only reported some false positives but one I am not sure of. It reports having found HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\webcal\ URL Protocol. From what I have been able to learn is that webcal is probably something I need. But most of what I was able to learn could have been written in Martian for all I know. Could some one please let me know for sure if I need this Reg entry?