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Suspected False Positive "mdimon.dll" (XP SP3)


TravisLocity
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I purchased and own Malwarebytes Pro (MB). I have it set to check for updates hourly and perform a Quick Scan daily at 10:00 am (EST). After MB ran it scan this morning it told me that C:\Windows\System32\mdimon.dll was infected labeling it as Trojan.Hiloti

I allowed it to remove the file and I rebooted. I'm the IT Admin for my company so I have access to everyone's computer. So I then proceeded to get the same file from several other users computer - one that I just setup yesterday and hasn't even been on the Internet all - ALL of the mdimon.dll files came back with the same results - that they are infected.

Away, I'm pretty sure it is a false positive. As per this threads instructions I have ran MB in Developer mode and attached the log and the file zipped.

Thank you

mdimon.zip

mbam-log-2011-07-29 (10-40-40).txt

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Just to add, found this thread having just in the last 20 minutes got the same suspected false positive. I am on Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 Build 7601

Memory Modules Infected:

c:\Windows\System32\mdimon.dll (Trojan.Hiloti) -> No action taken.

Files Infected:

c:\Windows\System32\mdimon.dll (Trojan.Hiloti) -> No action taken.

mdimon.dll is signed by Microsoft and the sig is reported as OK.

Tested the file with Superantispyware and Antivir and both report it as being clean.

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