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  1. Thank you. It is indeed a false positive. This shall be fixed in our next update.
  2. Hello, if you had deleted the file via the mbam program, it will be in your quarantine folder. You can dequarantine the file. I shall need to examine if the file is malicious. Please zip and then attach the file to your next reply.
  3. Hello, we will require that you follow the instructions listed here >
  4. Thank you for reporting this. It shall be rectified in our next update
  5. Hello, we no longer require a copy of the file. This false detection shall be fixed in our next update.
  6. Hello, we will require a copy of the file in question - PinUnpinShortCut.exe. Please zip and attach that file in your next reply.
  7. Thank you for reporting this. It shall be fixed in our next update
  8. Thank you for reporting this. This false positive shall be fixed in our next update
  9. Thank you for reporting this. It shall be fixed in our next update
  10. Thank you for reporting this. It shall be fixed in our next update.
  11. Thread re-opened at CatsnDogs behest
  12. This is just my personal opinion. It depends on what the machine is used for. If used for banking or for business purposes, once a machine has got infiltrated once, I will no longer trust it. For my own peace of mind, I will start afresh on a clean slate.
  13. @Krissen, this is a not a false positive. Those files in the folder labelled as 'Adobe' appears to be related to remote-admin software. You can compare some of the file names from here > http://www.shouldiremoveit.com/NetSupport-Manager-14804-program.aspx Best let mbam remove it for you. After doing that, I would advise you allow mbam to perform a full scan on the afflicted machine. Until such time that completes, I would also advise that you use another machine and change all your important passwords from there.
  14. @Krissen, upon closer review of some the filenames, I wonder if it would be possible for you to zip & then upload that entire folder - C:\Users\Kristoffer\AppData\Local\Temp\AdobeData\
  15. See those numbers I highlighted in green? This means all 3 detections are related.