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False positive in Malwarebytes: iObit Uninstaller 9.6 detected as a malware


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Hello, i have iObit Uninstaller Pro version 9.6 and Malwarebytes Free with the latest definition updates and Avast Premium Security installed on my HP Pavilion Laptop with Windows 10 Home Version 1909 and i'm going to tell about my problem:

Yesterday, i made an analysis with Malwarebytes Free because my internet connection was going very slow after visiting ad shorteners to try to download shaders for Minecraft. Malwarebytes detected 9 items that after the analysis, detected my iObit Uninstaller, the most recent version the 9.6 and the Pro version as Malware.AI.4169186878, but the installer doesn't detect it and i ignored because i'm already know they're false positives. The detected items are the following on this 2 screenshots. Please, remove the false detection of Malware.AI.4169186878 in iObit Uninstaller Free/Pro version 9.6 in the next definition update because iObit Uninstaller is an excellent program to uninstall programs completely and i wouldn't want users who have this excellent program to see Malwarebytes removing it because it's considered dangerous. Please, try to install iObit Uninstaller with Malwarebytes Premium installed and see what happens during installation. Download iObit Uninstaller to test with Malwarebytes to remove the false detections: https://download.cnet.com/IObit-Uninstaller/3000-2096_4-75161625.html?part=dl-&subj=dl&tag=button

False positive 1.png

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