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Presto Pagemanager prestopm.exe


Madness832
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OK, here's the deal: Bought a new Epson D530 combo laser printer & scanner. Among other things, it came bundled w/ this software called Presto! Pagemanager (for scan-to-OCR/-PDF). So, after installation, I go to scan an OCR document &, right after scan-completion, MBAM-Pro pops up a flag from my system tray (W7) stating that prestopm.exe (the main executable) is infected w/ a trojan called "GIFFU.ED" & then quarantines it. Doing an online search for this name yields little useful information. And keep-in-mind that this software came from the CD bundled w/ the printer. So, I have no idea if this is a false-positive or not (or who even to ask for support: Canon or the third-party, NewSoft). But since Canon's support is closed on the weekends, I figured I'd ask here, first.

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The database is v2014.11.22.13. When the view the log file in either MBAM's history or in IE, it shows up blank. But if I view the source, I can see the data. If I load the file into Firefox, it shows an XML parsing error (line 8, column 3; mismatched tag; expecting "</logs>"). Anyhow, file is attached if you can fix it.

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