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  1. Thanks for resolving this quickly. I had thought my comp got a bad infection. Someone at bleepingcomputer.com caught onto this and linked me here. Gene
  2. I had 6 files on my PC marked as spyware.password. I updated the definitions today ran a quick and a full scan. No positive have come up. While I am not the designated support here, I'm thinking fallse positives because the Adobe files have been around for a while and NOD32 AV did not report any problems. These are my Adobe files that were tagged as Spyware on the first round and cleared after the update. Of course I suppose it's a good idea to see whoever has read your dds files has to say. Gene C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Extension Manager CS4\Replace.exe (Spyware.Password) -> No action taken. C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\AdobePatchFiles\{F2323FC8-C86B-42C9-BFBD-6C7DFC41F670}\e6095d49ed2754ed64d4a5887ab3c10a (Spyware.Password) -> No action taken. C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe AIR\Versions\1.0\Resources\template.exe (Spyware.Password) -> No action taken.
  3. Posts merged. Please wait for an authorized helper to respond; otherwise, do not add anymore replies. Do NOT attach logs / reports when replying. Always Copy & Paste inside main-body or reply. If you're an MBAM customer, you may contact the consumer help desk here. If you are in an organization or a corporate customer, contact Corporate Support for assistance. Greetings, Malwarebytes marked these files as Spyware (9/27/2012) C:\Windows\Installer\MSI1470.tmp (Spyware.Password) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully. C:\Windows\Installer\MSI1EEB.tmp (Spyware.Password) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully. C:\Windows\Installer\MSIE8D0.tmp (Spyware.Password) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully. Upon a Full scan, these Adobe file were marked as Spyware, although Eset NoD32 and running Microsoft's Malware Removal tool detected nothing. Files Detected: 3 C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Extension Manager CS4\Replace.exe (Spyware.Password) -> No action taken. C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\AdobePatchFiles\{F2323FC8-C86B-42C9-BFBD-6C7DFC41F670}\e6095d49ed2754ed64d4a5887ab3c10a (Spyware.Password) -> No action taken. C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe AIR\Versions\1.0\Resources\template.exe (Spyware.Password) -> No action taken. Odd they do not appear as if they were altered. I'm attaching the requested DDS files. I have HiJack This and Roguekiller ready to go. Please let me know what I need to do. I also have the Pro version of MBAM, so if I need to report this elsewhere let me know. Gene Update: After some thought it did not make sense the tagged files were malware. I restored the file,ran the scanner and they were tagged as before Spyware.password. Then I ran MBAM update today and downloaded the updated definitions. I scanned a few times rebooted,scanned again and there are no problems. Nothing more to add unless someone has picked something up in the dds files. I just finished setting up this laptop and I did not want to take chances, but it looked like a false positive. I also completed a full scan after today's definition update. No positives. Still I now have a PRO license and it has Protection enabled next to NOD32. In the meantime I'll await further word from those who checked my DDS file. Gene DDS.txt Attach.txt
  4. Done. I guess that should be obvious,but never hurts to check for any additional steps. Thanks very much! Gene
  5. Thanks as well. MBAM also flagged it as a trojan and I quarantined it. Then I entered the filename from Google and got here. So since I did not delete SafariIco.exe,what is your advice? Gene
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