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C:\rundll32.exe - False Pos?

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This is no false positive, but a heuristics detection since rundll32.exe shouldn't be in that location anyway, hence why we detect it as Heuristics.Reserved.Word.Exploit.

It's 100% safe to delete this file there from your root.

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