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whats going overclock.net,

i just did a full scan on my secondary computer (windows xp 32 bit) with MBAM 1.46 and it says 1 file is infected with trojan agent. its in the macromed folder in system 32. something related to Adobe i think.

heres the exact file location.

Files Infected:
C:\\WINDOWS\\system32\\Macromed\\Download\\Downloa d.dll (Trojan.Agent)

a false psotive or is it really a trojan?
 

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i dont even have java installed anymore.

and to venom, no anti malware program is 100% flawless....
 

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Originally Posted by wutsup View Post
i dont even have java installed anymore.

and to venom, no anti malware program is 100% flawless....
it was a joke, but if i had to call one anti malware program flawless, it would be MBAM
 

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That's true, but it's definitely a trojan. Get rid of it asap!
how do you know for sure its a trojan?

i checked the digital signatures of the file and its from Adobe, and i do have adobe flash updated. i removed it with malwarebytes but i still think it was a false positive....cause i scanned it with avira and hitman pro and those did not say it was infected.
 

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Hmm.. system32/download/download.dll. Sounds kind of fishy to me. Id say Trojan.
 

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Hmm.. system32/download/download.dll. Sounds kind of fishy to me. Id say Trojan.
wrong file location buddy, look at original post.....its in a folder from Adobe....
 

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Originally Posted by wutsup View Post
heres the exact file location.

Files Infected:
C:\\WINDOWS\\system32\\Macromed\\Download\\Downloa d.dll (Trojan.Agent)

Looks like a fishy location for a "download.dll" to me. Any download.dll is fishy actually.
 
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