Does your antivirus detect this?

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  1. Fuzzfas

    Fuzzfas Registered Member

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    It's a registry key

    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showpost.php?p=1568991&postcount=133

    It should be present at least in all Vista and Win7 x64 as false positives if you 've changed display settings. Not sure if in x32 too. For example try changing the refresh rate of your monitor and font size and see if it gets picked up.

    Does your antimalware application detect that except for MBAM and Iobit? I am curious.

    If yes, be so kind to mention your product's name and/or screenshot.

    (All you have to do is change display settings and scan C: .
     
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  2. King Grub

    King Grub Registered Member

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    Yes, MBAM shows it in both Vista and Windows 7 64-bit here.
     
  3. Edwin024

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    Does this anti-IObit crap ever stop?
     
  4. Fuzzfas

    Fuzzfas Registered Member

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    I suppose that you add one more post in that hoping to stop it? :D It's not that someone is putting a gun at your head forcing you to read ~ Snipped as per TOS ~
     
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    Wilders members, if this thread can not remain focused on the specific topic for which it was opened, there is no doubt that it will be closed. Let's keep on topic!

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    im on Win7 32bit and dont get this FP, so it seems to be an x64 issue.
     
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    "Does your antimalware application detect that except for MBAM and Iobit?"

    I could swear that the above statement EXCEPT for....
    So I do not understand the negativity.
     
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    cuz some people read way too much into things...
     
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    Looks like IObit is here to stay mate. :cool:


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    I got this detected as well. Its been in quarantine for a few days. Is this a FP or just something detected from the stuff pre installed on PCs by corporations?
     
  11. Rules

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    False positive, you have to whitelist it.

    http://www.malwarebytes.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=7653

    Rules
     
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    If it's a false positive, why don't THEY whitelist it?
     
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    For my experience, did a fresh install of 7 x64 and without internet connection and without software installed just mbam, The hijack.display.properties is detected.

    Why they don't whitelist i don't know.

    For me a other False positive onf MBAM is the broken.open.command.

    Rules
     
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