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  1. Thank you for your help in the past. I think I've found yet another one. A scan of the computer turns up this result. " ...\FAT-Engine SDK + demos v1.22 BETA - fat.zip (Trojan.Agent.NR) -> No action taken. [19028d807fed5ed82d4ff02cae53738d] ...\FAT-Engine SDK + demos v1.22 BETA - fat.zip (Trojan.Agent.NR) -> No action taken. [04177a93224a330384f82af2649dad53] " FAT-Engine, is a generic Raycasting Engine for the TI-89, TI-89T, TI-92+ and TI-V200 (collectively known as TI-68k) calculators. < http://tict.ticalc.o...ref_other_games > I suspect this one is another false positive since scans of the file in question with AVG and Spybot Search & Destroy both come up clean. Note: Both files listed in the log provided by this post are just copies of the same file. Thank you. -Files and log attached. MBAM-log-2013-05-10 (01-09-50).txt FAT-Engine SDK + demos v1.22 BETA - fat.zip Please help. Thanks.
  2. Is this a false positive? Thank you for your help in the past. I think I've found another one. A scan of the computer turns up this result. " ...\PSS_Player_1.26.zip (Spyware.Passwords.XGen) -> No action taken. [ea921eef8ddff73fd070fe8d4eb27d83] " PSS Player v1.26 is a program for playing/converting the full motion videos used in various video games. I suspect this one is another false positive since scans of the file in question with AVG and Spybot Search & Destroy both come up clean. -Files and log attached. PSS_Player_1.26.zip MBAM-log-2013-05-10 (13-54-56).txt Please help. Thank you.
  3. Updated and the scan shows no detections! Thank you.
  4. Thanks for the reply. Having recently updated malwarebytes to the latest version (Database version: v2012.12.15.01) I was surprised to see that I am still getting this detection when I do a scan. " ...\setup-gcc4ti.exe (Trojan.Agent) -> No action taken. [f0ad22bc81dca49285afc1006f94e61a] " Any idea when this will be fixed? (I had thought it already was...) Thanks. -new log attached- mbam-log-2012-12-15 (03-54-49).txt
  5. Is this a false positive? Thank you for your help a couple of days ago <http://forums.malwar...howtopic=119465>. I think I've found another one. A scan of the computer turns up this result. " ...\GCC4TI 0.96 Beta 10 (win32 setup) -gcc4ti\setup-gcc4ti.exe (Trojan.Agent) -> No action taken. " setup-gcc4ti.exe is the installer for the GCC4TI project, an SDK for the TI-89, TI-89T, TI-92+ and TI-V200 (collectively known as TI-68k) calculators in the C and ASM languages. <https://github.com/d...uxl/gcc4ti/wiki> or <http://trac.godzil.net/gcc4ti/>. I'm fairly certain this one is another false positive since this same file came up clean when I did a scan just a couple of days ago. Scans of the file in question with AVG and Spybot Search & Destroy both come up clean, so I'm really hoping this is just another false positive. -Files and log attached. Please help. Thank you. setup-gcc4ti.rar mbam-log-2012-12-14 (18-13-13).txt
  6. Is this a false positive? Scanned of computer turns up this result. " Registry Keys Detected: 2 HKCR\CLSID\{E9373BD9-7363-427F-A2A6-1E8BA91FFB3E} (Trojan.Agent) -> No action taken. [acc68954bba241f56ab198888d7726da] HKCR\Interface\{E9373BD9-7363-427F-A2A6-1E8BA91FFB3E} (Trojan.Agent) -> No action taken. [acc68954bba241f56ab198888d7726da] Registry Values Detected: 0 (No malicious items detected) Registry Data Items Detected: 0 (No malicious items detected) Folders Detected: 0 (No malicious items detected) Files Detected: 1 C:\Alternative Program Files\TiEmu3-gdb\tiemups.dll (Trojan.Agent) -> No action taken. " tiemups.dll is part of TiEmu - a TI89(ti)/92(+)/V200 emulator, and seems to have had issues as a false positive in the past since a google search turns up: <http://sourceforge.net/projects/gtktiemu/forums/forum/73169/topic/2094898>. I'm not sure what the registry keys are. I suspect they are part of that same program (which for some reason was really annoying to get installed and set up correctly) so I left them alone (I didn't want to screw up something in the registry by removing them... I just hope I did the right thing). Scans of this PC with AVG and Spybot Search & Destroy both came up clean, so I'm really hoping the keys are also false positives. But I'm worried since today was the first time Malwarebytes Anti-Malware got updated on this PC in a month and so they might be unrelated to that program and be actual problems. -Files and log attached, not sure how to attach the registry keys (or if you even need them). So far nothing has been removed or deleted. Please help. Thank you. tiemups.rar mbam-log-2012-12-12 (05-28-22).txt