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Hi.

 

I develop add-ins for Microsoft PowerPoint.

 

A customer has just informed me that MBAM flags my software as malware.

 

The specific software is available for inspection at: 

http://www.rdpslides.com/ftp/pptools/RESIZE.EXE

and

http://www.rdpslides.com/ftp/pptools/LANGUAGESELECTOR.EXE

 

Both programs are add-ins for Microsoft PowerPoint.

 

Since this is happening at the customer's site, I'm unable to create a log as requested.

 

In the past, when there have been false positive reports, it's been because the software I use to create my installers has also been used by malware authors, so the installer EXE gets dinged.  

 

MBAM flags the uninstallers for my add-ins and the registry entries that tell Windows Control Panel where to find them.

 

The installers/uninstallers are created with CreateInstall version 5 (http://www.createinstall.com/).

 

I'll be happy to answer any additional questions you might have in an effort to get this sorted out. Thanks!

 

 

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Hi,

 

I cannot reproduce detection on both the files resize.exe and languageselector.exe

Unless it's not these files being detected. Please update your database and verify if we are still detecting. If so, please post the Malwarebytes scan log where the detection is displayed including the file it actually detects.

 

Thanks!

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