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This file is reported as clean by my Kaspersky Antivirus, NOD32, Bitdefender

 

It is flagged by my Norton AV and by my Webroot SecureAnywhere AV though so I put it on the ignore list

 

Since the big sharks like Kaspersky don't detect it, I believe this is a false positive with no real harm?

 

Need your expert advice on what this file does please as I am no programmer and don't know what it is altering

 

SHA256: 46067bcde7fb1006430f97c286d7ac8de915315291c6c542567ae73939f848c8 File name: adobe.acrobat.xi.pro.patch-MPT.exe Detection ratio: 26 / 50 Analysis date: 2014-01-30 16:25:15 UTC ( 1 hour, 49 minutes ago )

 

 

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Copyright
© MPT
Publisher MPT34M
Product Activator
Original name Activator
Internal name MPT34M
File version 1.0
Description cr4cking th3 cod3 4 fun!

 

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Hi,

 

Our forum is not the place to get support for pirated software. Using pirated software/patched dlls etc etc is always a risk.

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I don't need help with pirated software, I just wanna start using my lifetime license for MBAM but so many false positives

 

I love how MBAM works to remove threats I just wish it removes real viruses not FPs man

 

Again, I don't want help with pirated software, this is about saying a file is harmful when it may or may not really be so

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We don't detect as Malicious here perse, we either detect as Pup.Riskware or as Cracktool. We name it as what it is - so our detection is correct here. :)

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so MBAM is for detecting cracks or real viruses?

 

This is why I don't use MBAM even though I have a lifetime license, I just wish it could really tell me when I have a virus not a bunch of activator or harmless tracks

 

at the end of the day, MBAM is not DMCA, it's a security product to detect threats

 

I do understand that some activators or "cracks" are really harmful and thus I wanted to report these to differentiate between the threats and leave the cracks part to its own

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exactly why I stopped using MBAM! and this enforces my detection! Thank you, I own a computer website / forum and will let people know how MBAM is the highest FP security product out there.

 

Thank you for your fast and useless replies.

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We detect Malware, which is ANYTHING that is a risk for the user. This to keep our users safe.

keeping users safe from a crack that doesn't do any harm?? riiiiight

 

this makes me not trust your product and stick to the big security names that know what they're doing

 

Kaspersky, having a consisten track record in the AV Comparatives tests as shown here for detecting 100% of the viruses and 0 false positives never detects these as either viruses or cracks, they pass the detection

 

see here: AV-Comparatives - Real World Tests

 

so please your justification doesn't make sense. Users WANT to be informed if a crack or activator is actually harmful, but there is no sense in simply detecting it as a crack if it does no harm

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I hope you realise that, when using pirated software, patched files/cracked files may open a security hole in the program or may even contain additional malicious data.

This is why we, and other scanners detect this, because it's our job to make the user aware of this.

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