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Oculus on Android - false positive?

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I'm on Android, Samsung Galaxy S7.

Malwarebytes runs and scans automatically, and today I received a notification I wanted to verify here first:

Ocululs (Gear VR) infected with Android/Trojan.Dropper.Agent.tos

I haven't used Oculus in a while but intend to use it again in the future, so I don't want to remove it if I don't have to.

Is this likely to be a false positive?

If it is real, could someone have hacked the Oculus update servers? Or how else would this self-updating app have become infected? I try to take good care of my phone and keep it clean...



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The exact same thing happened to me today with my Samsung Galaxy Note 5. I'm not sure if it was an update the app had or something but I use it regularly and definitely don't want to remove it from my device but I want to keep my phone Malware and Trojan free so if anybody has a solution please let me know.

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