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  1. Trojan.FakeMS

    This is a false positive. You can safely dequarantine the file. Internet Explorer should resume working after that. A reboot might be necessary
  2. Trojan.FakeMS

    Please check the 'Reports' tab. Alternately, kindly check the Quarantine tab to see if there's a file named ieshims.dll. If it's there, dequarantine it. Then update mbam's database and do a rescan.
  3. Trojan.FakeMS

    Hello, It sounds like a recent False Positive. Do you have a logfile of the detection? Was it a file named ieshims.dll?
  4. Good to hear. Apologies for the inconvenience
  5. Hello, please update mbam's database & rescan. It shouldnt be detecting anymore
  6. Found Trojan.Injector

    This appears to be an FP that was corrected earlier. Kindly update mbam's database and do a rescan
  7. False Positive - Backdoor.Imminent

    Thank you for reporting this. It shall be fixed in our next update
  8. potential false positive

    Hello, please post the scan log for that Quick Scan. Also please zip & then attach the file in question ... putty-64bit-0.68-installer.msi.... to your next reply
  9. Thank you for reporting this. It shall be fixed in our next update.
  10. Hello, we are unable to reproduce the detection on our side. It does look like a false positive. Will it be possible to ask the user to perform a rescan. Would be preferable if they updated to latest definitions before doing so. Thanks
  11. Hello, this is a False Positive which was fixed earlier. You can safely dequarantine the files. Then update mbam's database and do a rescan. They shouldn't be detected anymore
  12. Hello. For false positives, we would require a developer's log. Kindly follow the instructions detailed here : http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=3228 Also dequarantine the following files and zip/attach them to your next reply. C:\USERS\HEAVYOAK\APPDATA\ROAMING\RAINMETER\ADDONS\NIRCMD\NIRCMD.EXE C:\USERS\HEAVYOAK\APPDATA\ROAMING\RAINMETER\ADDONS\NIRCMD\NIRCMDC.EXE
  13. Rainmeter as randsomeware

    Thank you for reporting this. It shall be fixed in our next update
  14. Possible FP

    Thank you for reporting this. It shall be fixed in our next update