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Hey guys. I've found a "security.hijack". I'm guessing, it's a false positive, like this one: http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=113609 Just to be safe, I would like to hear your opinion on it. Here is my log: In that registry folder, there are two keys: "(Standart)", which seems to be empty, and "Debugger", which contains "C:\Program Files (x86)\TuneUp Utilities 2012\TUAutoReactivator64.exe". - I'm using Tuneup 2012's program deactivator to completely deactivate itunes, as long as I don't need it. - I use Avira Antivirus 2012 premium and it never found anything. - I downloaded itunes (as far as I remember, since I am very careful about what I download and install) directly from apple. So, I have two questions now: 1. Am I right, that this "Security.Highjack" can be ignored? 2. If yes: What if I put it on the ignore-list and after that some malware actually compromises that registry key? Would MBAM ignore that as well? Regards Max