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TeamSpeak3 ts3overlay plugin InstallHook.exe flagged as Spyware.Password


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Starting tonight, Mbam has started flagging InstallHook.exe from the 64-bit TeamSpeak3 DirectX overlay plugin as the rather generic and unhelpful "Spyware.Password" malware. Given that this file has not changed (but presumably Mbam signatures have), I'm assuming this this a false positive (perhaps it's detecting that the plugin is interfering with the UI as it is designed to do?).

I've attached a zip file containing the EXE in question as well as the log generated by mbam /developer.


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