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C:\dell\drivers\sio_win10_64_1.3\Intel Serial IO Drivers for Braswell SoC PV 1.3 - Win10 64bit\LPSS_X64_Threshold_Install_152702.EXE suddenly identified as "Malware.AI"

Been on machine for over a year.

Uploaded to VirusTotal. A couple identified as AI malware.

Is this a false positive?

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I need a bit more info to see why this is still being detected on your machine. My machine does not detect and file has been whitelisted for some time now.

Please open windows explorer and go here:

Pick the latest scan results (should be around 10kb or so and is a .json file) and attach it here.

The 'ProgramData' folder is hidden so you'll need to show hidden files/folders to get there. How to if needed:



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1 minute ago, cushlomockree said:

Do you want me to rename "00a5925c-3d62-11ed-a1f9-c8f7504539c7.json" to something else (e.g. .txt)

Just zip it and attach it.

Please see the following on how to zip files


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Thanks for the log.

Can you try re-scan with rootkit scanning disabled? Please also ensure the machine is online so it can receive the latest definition updates.

We generally do not recommend rootkit scanning on all the time as it disables some whitelisting. Rootkit scanning is not enabled by default.


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I've always had rootkit scanning enabled with MBAM. Got one machine totally disabled when SCSI drivers got compromised about 10 years ago. Took about 2 weeks of work with what was then Vipre to make the determination and fix.

We normally are not connected to the internet at night after a Ransomware (matrix) attack occurred and encrypted every drive connected to it. This doesn't eliminate the threat, but narrows the window of attack to around 10 hrs.

If you say it's whitelisted, I'll put the locations on the "Allow List"

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@cushlomockree I just noticed something.


OS: Windows 10 Server

I am sorry to inform you that Malwarebytes Premium (stand alone) is not designed or supported for use on any server OS and is also against the EULA as well.


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The proper version is this. https://www.malwarebytes.com/business/ep-server-security/

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