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ZHPDiag blocked by Malwarebytes extension [Resolved]


chantal11

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Hi,

ZHPDiag is a diagnostic tool known and widely used in France

https://www.nicolascoolman.com/fr/download/zhpdiag/

It is blocked by the Malwarebytes extension, it is a false positive

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ZHPDiag is also detected by Malwarebytes and quarantined, it is also a false positive

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[-Détails du malware bloqué-
Fichier: 1
MachineLearning/Anomalous.100%, C:\Users\Moi\AppData\Roaming\ZHP\ZHPDiag3.exe, En quarantaine, [0], [392687],1.0.10794 ]



Can the necessary be done on the side of Malwarebytes?

Thank you,

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Hi rakka,

Thank you for the answer.

The ZHPDiag3.exe download is no longer blocked by the Malwarebytes extension .... thanks.

To download ZHPDiag, you have to click on "Télécharger ZHPDiag 2019"

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3 hours ago, rakka said:

Thanks for reaching out but I don't see a block on nicolascoolman.com

are there any specific actions I need to do on the site? 

yes , you’ll need to download the tool to able to see the block!

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ZHPDiag is also detected by Malwarebytes and quarantined, it is also a false positive

Thanks for reporting this as well, @chantal11.

The Malwarebytes for Windows false-positive was corrected yesterday. You should find the file is no longer detected in a scan/by Malware Protection.

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