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File name: TIMEDATE.CP_

SHA256: 9bd7592e4e1a9c960c37acb673cdfa7e4cd1d9a6767369654cd323cf43ebb219

SHA1: 2cba53a399a2408bdc01e6bdca68b81c56fecb3b

MD5: 5213fc3407499e9b342918e3965fa84c 

File size41.4 KB ( 42405 bytes )

File type: CAB

Detection ratio: 1 / 57

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/9bd7592e4e1a9c960c37acb673cdfa7e4cd1d9a6767369654cd323cf43ebb219/analysis/1558769237/

TIMEDATE.7z    MBScanLog.txt

 

 

 

 

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Thanks for the reports. An update is going out to fix this.

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Fixed in: 

MBAM2 Version: v2019.05.25.06
MBAM3 Version: 1.0.10770

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1 hour ago, thisisu said:

Fixed in: 

MBAM2 Version: v2019.05.25.06
MBAM3 Version: 1.0.10770

Thank you!

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I'm was getting this with WinXP running on a VM both timedate.cpl and an associated cache.dll causing me to do a full system scan as the supposed trojan sounded extra nasty. So time wasted worrying and doing that not appreciated.

However I can also confirm the later update in the day: v2019.05.25.06 appears to have fixed the problem. Thanks for that.

Was this a WinXP 32bit only thing? I ask because I updated my host 64bit OS's Malwarebytes definitions at the same time and did my at least weekly quick scan at the same time and it did not flag up the same file(s) either from outside scanning the VM XP installation or indeed its own timedate.cpl files, present in both the System32 and SysWOW64 folders.

The file concerned appears to be the OS clock so how on earth did that rather important system file end up getting identified as a trojan anyway?  

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