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  1. Hi, I read those info beforehand and before posting I checked: Searched the web on how to send in suspected files to malwarebytes. An official MWB page told me to register on these forums and post here. Before that I read those infos of what was needed and only new files. I searched these forums for MD5 and found nothing before my first post. The three different virustoolcheck webpages were used and 3 links were added (although had to remove 2 because forum thought I was posting spam). Info I found was June 24th, 2018 on reddit as release date, so only 24 days old. So maybe older installer but new package with it (installation files etc). So it is at the least a brand new re-relase of a previous installer. Either originally so or tampered by unknown so the June 24th installer has been exchanged with something similar but older (I don't know). "MachineLearning/Anomalous.97%" on MWB app means heuristic algorithm thinks it might be suspicious but nothing has been done about it: i.e. new. If it is so old, then can you please tell me what it is? What it did and how to remove all traces of it? (some kind of install log it might have left) i.e. where I can look for info about it. Or a sandbox tool I can use myself to capture what it does. Or to which place post in MalwareBytes forums (or elsewhere). As what I've read the "MachineLearning/Anomalous.97%" with different numbers means that its a heuristic algorithm that thinks its fishy but doesn't know for sure. So a 2010 file to still not have been identified seems... odd. Thanks in advance!
  2. Filename: SiMPLEX.exe / installproject.exe URL reports: "https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/f6501a5b7612d10d3fd6594e730c07e0f9384e182e2682b4f752cfb6ddb6a56e/detection" MD5: 378e021cdd0ce052595061b0d32370ab MalwareBytes says: MachineLearning/Anomalous.97% What did it do/install? No uninstall created that I can see. MalwareBytes scan says PC is "clean". Could it be cause for PC fan going up when PC is left alone? Thanks in advance! sample.zip
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