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Backdoor.IRC bot massive false positives

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After updating the database today I am getting numerous warnings (more than 100)  about  archived backup installation files of my program infected with above virus when other scanners do not report the same. All the files are installation executables (.exe) packed with Astrum InstallWizard. For security resoans I do not want to post any files because this concerns my business.

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Please note that the packed files in .exe, including all installed system files, when scanned individually and after unpacked do not produde the warnings. I can send you a log but not the files because they constitute intellectual property. Please  reply with your email.

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Yes, please send me the developers scan log instead. I hope that will be enough for us to fix this since you cannot give us the files (which makes it a lot harder to figure out what we should adjust)

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How can I scan only one of those files in developers mode? I think that should be enought because they are all similar .exe files packed at different days.

 

By the way, thanks for the prompt replies.

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Unfortunately, to get a developers log, you cannot do that from the context menu, because that doesn't support the /developer switch.

That's why you need to do a quick scan instead, using "mbam.exe /developer", without the quotes in a command prompt.

Note, if it won't detect the file(s) during a quick scan, just temporary move one of those files to your desktop and mbam quick scan should then target it.

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