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Temp files for PySubD from Github flagged as Trojan.Agent


cylon7

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HI MWB team,


 


First of all let me say, thanks for doing such a great job all these years. Y'all do a great service to the Internet community and I greatly appreciate it.


 


I am wondering if I'm getting a false positive on a program I installed from GitHub, PySubD. It's a program that lets you download subtitle files from Addic7ed.com and Opensubtitles.org by just drag-and-dropping the files on the window. When I run it, it creates a folder in my User/Local/Temp directory that includes a kernel32.dll file, which is the file that's being flagged as a Trojan.Agent.


 


I've attached the developer mode log. I tried to attach kernel32.dll file as-is, but the advanced uploader kept telling me, "This upload failed", and the basic uploader said, "You aren't permitted to upload this type of tile". So I changed the file extension to .doc and it uploaded OK. 


 


Thanks,


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kernel32.doc

MBAM-log-2013-12-15 (23-37-21).txt

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