Possible Superantispyware false positive.

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  1. Onslaught3566

    Onslaught3566 Registered Member

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    Hi I have the lifetime version of superantispyware and I use vista home prem and superantispyware keeps detecting this (Trojan.Downloader-NTKernel
    C:\PROGRAMDATA\MICROSOFT\EHOME\SHAREDGUIDEBLOCKS_C02D096CDCC938637E851F40604A417D6129E0E6_0.MEM) and I submitted it to the SAS and posted on their forum(no response) yesterday to see if it was a fp.I have scanned it with Jottie and Virus total and nothing was detected by either scanner.Is this a false positive?I also use KIS 2009 and it detected nothing also.

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  2. The Hammer

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    Probably a false positive but give SAS forum a little longer. In the mean time scan with MBAM and see what happens.
     
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    Scanned with MBAM found nothing.
     
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    Superatispyware is no longer detecting this.Guess they fixed it.
     
  5. BrendanAdams

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    Just got my new laptop, and SAS was the only one to find this :

    OSS, Malwarebytes and Prevx Edge found nothing. This should be a FP, I guess.
     
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