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Potential game launcher malware, I would like to see if they are a false positive or not. Here's the log, as well as a sample of the files in question. As a sidenote, these files are indeed "cracked" game files, and I do not get the same result with the originals. Note that also, only some of the varied language .exe files were detected as potential malware at first, and on a second scan I believe it determined another file to be potential malware, too. I would mainly like to know, if possible, if the files are indeed malware, or if they are only being detected as such due to the "cracked" nature of the files. Thank you for reading. FF7 Malwarebytes Scan.txt FF7 Cracked Launcher Files - MWB.rar
Hello Everyone. I scan with MBAM free everyday, just to check if everything is allright. Today, I scanned my computer and it found something. Also, it found a user (defaultuser1) that was created aprox. 2 hours ago, which is strange. I will post the attachments needed, and I will also scan my files for anything suspicious. Just some information that may be useful: - The time of when the user was created was about the time when I logged into my computer, but clicked in the wrong button "I don't remember my PIN" when I was in the lock screen. - Strangely, after restoring the file to scan with Virus Total, MBAM now doesn't find it malicious anymore. I wonder why? - Apparently, it only detects if the system is connected to the internet - Virus Total Link: https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/a6c4dcfa62059f2a2058ac6676cb0dd423ec087d03f0ec39ff67819e3d5cc44f/detection - I scanned my computer with MBAM full scan, Windows Defender full scan and ESET Online Scanner. No malware was detected. PC information: - CPU: Intel Atom Z3775 - 1.46GHz - RAM: 2GB - OS: WIndows 10 Home 1709 (16299.402) 32 bits - Security software: MBAM, Windows Defender and ESET Online Scanner (for on-demand scanning) MBAM.txt Addition.txt FRST.txt