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Apologies if this is the incorrect place to forward this concern but recently I did a full scan and this was the only file picked up so I had a few questions. For some background: I know I don't peruse very many corners of the internet, in addition I scan fairly frequently, so when I even saw one thing get detected I was already raising an eyebrow. The weird thing was that I didn't immediately quarantine but instead decided to go to the source of the file in my computer and scan it manually, to which it then said it was clean. So then I figured, "Alright, guess that was a either a false positive or a mistake." so I decided to try one more full scan, but again when I tried custom full scan insisted it was malware. This time I decided I'd quarantine the item until after I'd come here and gotten a second opinion.

Main concerns I just wanted answered if possible are
1. Was the first scan probably a false positive?
2. Is it safe to restore the file?
3. Is my computer/information safe?

Thanks for your time & apologies again if this is the wrong area to post this.

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-16" ?>
<!DOCTYPE mbam-log SYSTEM "mbam-log.dtd">
<windows>Windows 7 Service Pack 1</windows>
<msie>Internet Explorer 11.0.9600.19180</msie>
<date>Thu, 13 Dec 2018 17:00:05 GMT</date>
<log>mbam-log-2018-12-13 (12-00-05).xml</log>

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