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Draftable Desktop - RedLine Stealer virus?


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I've had Draftable Desktop since August 21, 2020 installed on my computer.

Just this morning, Malware Bytes found Spyware.RedLineStealer within 4 files inside the Draftable Desktop folder inside the AppData\Local folder. 

I hit quarantine and I don't think they were deleted but I did a full scan afterwards and Malware Bytes found nothing.

How did Malware detect this now and not in Aug 21, 2020? Is it deleted now? Do I have to change all my passwords and login ins right now?

 

 

Scan.txt Scan after quaratining Redline.txt

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1 minute ago, TwinHeadedEagle said:

Hi, 

This false positive has already been fixed earlier today. You can unquarantine detected files. 

What do you mean a false positive? Based on what?

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I'm sorry brother. Can you please share a little more information? I'm freaking out. I googled what it means and it captures logins, passwords and everything in between.

 

Why is it a false positive? What do you mean this morning?

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You don't need to worry. Mistake was made on our backend and it caused legit files to be detected instead of malicious ones. 

File that was detected on your machine isn't malicious. You can unquarantine it and keep using Draftable Desktop. 

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On 9/11/2020 at 11:06 AM, TwinHeadedEagle said:

You don't need to worry. Mistake was made on our backend and it caused legit files to be detected instead of malicious ones. 

File that was detected on your machine isn't malicious. You can unquarantine it and keep using Draftable Desktop. 

Ok thank you!

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