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BruceElliott

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  1. Ok; thanks! I will try to find the CD for this old software, as it will no doubt need an Adobe registration key to re-install. Its a pain, but much better than a ransomware alternative... Best, Bruce
  2. Hi, MBAM Premium 3.4.5.2467 last night quarantined an old version of Adobe Lightroom 1.4 (that I have used for years) as I was using Lightroom to catalog photos. MBAM identified lightroom.exe and two Win 7 desktop links to lightroom.exe as Malware.Ransom.Agent.Generic. Lightroom is indeed inaccessible now from the Windows Start Button as lightroom.exe is missing from its folder tree under C:\Program Files (x86). Could someone please tell me if ransomeware is capable of imbedding itself into a Windows application executable file (from Adobe)? If not, I will know that I can safely restore the quarantined executable file and chalk off the occurrence as a false positive. If ransomeware IS capable of embedding itself into a Windows application executable, not sure what to do. Please help! And thanks, Bruce
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