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Trojan.FakeAlert - Digitally Signed File?

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Hi folks,

I've just faced a situation with MBAM (Premium Trial) version that i've downloaded from mb3_legacy server. I'm running on XP.

The problem is that MBAM found a file as Trojan.FakeAlert "malware", (the file was orginally renamed to tmp2.exe) which is digitally signed with a valid certificate and belongs to a legit company, LogMeIn. The component has an icon with JoinMe.

Then i double-checked the SAME file on Virustotal.com and all come up clean including Malwarebytes.

So, how can i tell this paradox true?

Here is the file report:

https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/c1dc1f654a9443ec6c6f8ca71da2959dbb447d51e135185643b2fc330be9d367/detection

Best regards!

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Thanks for reporting, this will be fixed in the next update.

Edited by cli

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