Snap.IT, on 01 January 2013 - 04:33 AM, said:
No, not at all, not even close (It would make NO sense and NO, they do not crack ANYTHING nor do they require "special" permissions) and it's not the scripts it's complaining about, it's the actual executables, if you look through the previous threads regarding dualboot he had a problem with files there too which he completely ignored.
The z4root is detect as malware, the Universal Androot the same, some files to fastboot the same, etc.
Files as batchs, executables, Java files, perl files, development projects, etc, that use exploits or something that try to bypass the security or important files from system, is detected as malware.
The application might not even have anything bad, but just simply have something that can be used to bad ends.
If you can try, scan the z4root apk in the mobile or even on the PC with some good antivirus, you will see, the software will detect malware, and in fact, the app don't have nothing bad, simply have a exploit that bypass the system to give root permissions, or something like that.