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[Fixed] USB (safe) vaccination is flagged

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Hello, :huh:

security friends told me that Malwarebytes' Anti Malware (version 1.37 and database 2200) detected ans flagged as positive some USB - safe - vaccine files.

I hope this has not been posted before, I couldn't read recent posts.

The reports can show this, for example, in main partition :

Fichier(s) infect

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This brute force kind of immunization will conflict with our software , for the time being there likely will be no resolution .

We are working on a way to bypass this in our next software update .

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Hi Nosirrah,

I just saw this topic about sUBs' tool, using quite similar techniques with a fake autorun.inf :

http://www.malwarebytes.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=16495

I'll be checking, with the next updates, no problem, there must be higher priorities than this.

From here (on the user side), well... asking for changes is always easy and takes only seconds, development is never as easy as features requeting. :)

Thank you. :huh:

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The autorun.inf folder is not positive anymore. :)

The other ones are still detected, it looks like an exception was added to the autorun.inf file/folder, in latests databases. Maybe a file or folder check requires some program changes (I don't know).

Anyway, thank you for fixing the autorun.inf part. :)

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This problem is now fixed with v1.38, thank you ! :P

(FIXED) Certain folders showing up as files in results list.

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