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Microsoft Signed DLL Detected as Trojan.Agent


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Dear Malwarebytes team,

I ran a full system scan yesterday and it detected "mssign32.dll" (which is signed by Microsoft) as Trojan.Agent.

The sha-256 value saved in the malwarebytes detection log is also the same as the sha-256 value of the currently signed "mssign32.dll".

sha-256: 7EBE304755BA0CB56301F922E17A2AE0C21BEFAF0B9062143219E3CACAC53A39

This confused me a bit, so I ran manual scan on that file today and it didn't detect it anymore, which confused me even more. Has this (potential) false positive detection already been fixed?

I've added the log. The other two PUP detections are not a problem.

Kind regards

malwarebytesreport.txt

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