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Add-in Express: New PUP FP on old files?


daledoc1
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Hi, all:

 

My turn.

 

First time in FOREVER having anything turn up on daily, scheduled Threat Scan -- 2 PUPs. :o :o

 

My first thought was some sort "freebie" with CCleaner 5.01, which I installed with the ****slim**** installer a few hours ago.

 

But, it turns out that the files have been on the computer for almost 2 years.

TBH, I don't recall what they are, so I have not yet Quarantined them -- it's just a folder with a single log file.

 

VT: 0/56

https://www.virustotal.com/sv/file/f851fe266920e00ab3f51e5ab2791884d5e16363b4c1939913136ebe3fd27770/analysis/1419809334/

SHA256: f851fe266920e00ab3f51e5ab2791884d5e16363b4c1939913136ebe3fd27770 File name: adxregistrator.log

 

  1. New, appropriate detection on "old" files?
  2. False Positive?
  3. Should I Quarantine?
  4. Or OK to Ignore?

(I have obfuscated my userame, but otherwise made no other changes to the scan log or screen shots.)

 

THANKS!!!

PUP-Scan-12282014.txt

post-29793-0-07620700-1419809264_thumb.p

post-29793-0-75051500-1419809645_thumb.p

adxregistrator.zip

post-29793-0-34188000-1419809712_thumb.p

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