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since this is my first post on this forum, just wanted to say that mbam is AWESOME and that it helped in MANY attempts to disinfect computers. Thank you! :(

Now to the point. I have a program called "mp3 split" installed in Windows XP. It is a GNU GPL opensource fast MP3 splitting/editing program; source code (of course), compiled Linux (rpm, deb, ...) and Windows (exe) versions are available.

Homepage is here:


The version I have installed is 0.5.9 with GUI for Windows, which is here (although 0.6 is the latest since like 2 weeks ago):


For that version mbam reported P2P.Dropper for these 2 objects:

C:\Program Files\mp3splt-gtk\mp3splt-gtk_uninst.exe


I am attaching the mbam report and that .exe file in zip form.

Thanks in advance and keep up the GREAT work!





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Fixed in the next update.

Hi first post and dont know much about computers ran scan late last night and scan also found two files infected with p2p dropper ( didnt have same program as poster though)

Files Infected:

C:\Program Files\BT Broadband Desktop Help\btbb\OfflineUpdate\40bab491bb30902e00000123bb30904d.exe (P2P.Dropper) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully.

C:\Program Files\BT Broadband Desktop Help\btbb\OfflineUpdate\40bab491bb30902e00000123bb309050.exe (P2P.Dropper) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully.

Is this also a false positive if you need any more info please let me know. Thanks in advance

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