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  1. MBAM PRO v. (database v2012.02.02.08) quarantined a file on 02-Feb-2012 at C:\ProgramData\games.exe that I believe is a false positive. The zipped file, as well as a log file from a Quick Scan run in developers mode, is attached. This file is a Macromedia Flash application and has been on my hard drive since 09-Mar-2011. I installed both WinRAR 4.00 and HP QuickPlay 3.7.7508 on that same date, so I suspect it was part of the HP QuickPlay installation. A previous on-demand Quick Scan two days ago (31-Jan-2012) with database v. v2012.01.31.09 did not flag games.exe as a potential threat. I also have Norton Internet Security 2011 v. running in real-time protection mode and NIS Quick Scans have not flagged this file as a threat. My MBAM PRO real-time protection is currently disabled but I have a MBAM Quick Scan scheduled to run daily. mbam-log-2012-02-02 (18-25-07).txt Games.zip
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