False Positive detection(s) with latest update... in File Detections Posted February 15, 2013 Thanks for the report 1972vet,The faulty signature that caused the F/p's has been removed from the database so the current database should no longer be producing these F/p's.Please can you confirm that its is fixed.I can confirm it is, now, no longer detected. Also I can't help thinking that it's already been suggested long ago, but this might be a good time to ask, just to be sure...and that is:I wonder why MBAM doesn't have the capability to scan quarantined files from within the quarantined folder. It's possible, but not available with mbam. In order to check whether or not mbam's signature database update has resolved NOT to flag some legitimate program, a user needs to first restore the file from quarantine, then scan again. I would rather see a "Right-click" context menu option from the quarantined folder so a user can "re-scan" any quarantined file from there without having first to restore the alleged "infected" file.Might sound silly to some, but I am certain there are countless folks who use mbam and who may routinely delete whatever is found in the quarantined folder without doing any research or having any instruction(s) to check these things out before they delete them. There is in fact, other protection software out there which will, by default, re-scan anything it finds in the quarantined folder and restore those items...mbam team players might want to consider writing this into the program as a "fully functioning" feature available with a paid license. This option, by the way, has proven to bring in more customers who actually DO want the convenience of a "hands off" approach to their protective software.