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Tarma installation files are being reported as PUP.Optional.YonToo These are legitimate programs that are several years old and were not detected by MalwareBytes until recently ( 1month or so) I have included the logs in developer mode, and the scan log along with the entire Tarma installation folder and its file contents. TarmaPUPOptionalYonToo.txt
Just installed Malwarebytes, updated the database and run a quick scan. The only thing found were a number of entries for Tarma Installer. Should I be concerned about these (at the moment I've not taken any action, just saved the log file - see below)? Thanks, David Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 22.214.171.1240www.malwarebytes.org Database version: v2013.08.09.07 Windows 7 Service Pack 1 x64 NTFSInternet Explorer 10.0.9200.16635xxxxxx :: yyyyyyy [administrator] 10/08/2013 11:24:08MBAM-log-2013-08-10 (11-32-42).txt Scan type: Quick scanScan options enabled: Memory | Startup | Registry | File Syste
Hello. I've been doing free Malwarebytes scans (quick and full scans) in safe mode since July 29, 2013 and I have found some PUPs (specifically, pup.optional.babylon.a and pup.optional.tarma.a) and trojan.banker. They were quarantined and deleted. (Well, that's what the "Logs" said. The malware is in the "Quarantine" section of Malwarebytes as well.) Today, I did a Malwarebytes full scan in safe mode and no threats were found. I also did some quick scans (in "regular" mode i.e. not in safe mode) using Norton 360 and SuperAntiSpyware and no threats were found. I'm concerned about the state