Prevx Alarm for sqlite3_engine.dll

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  1. Onur

    Onur Registered Member

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    Hello.

    I scanned just minute ago with Prevx. PrevX found "sqlite3_engine.dll". Is this really threat? :doubt: What is this file? can i delete it?

    VirusToTaL (my file)
    ~snipped virus total link per Policy~

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  4. Onur

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    Triple Helix and LoneWolf. Thank you answers. Have you got this file? Can you check please? o_O I am waiting for others advise for deleting.
     
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  6. LoneWolf

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    Good advice. :thumb:
     
  7. PrevxHelp

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    Hello,
    I'm unfamiliar with this file, especially one being in C:\Windows\ and in C:\Windows\System32. If you could please send a scan log to report@prevxresearch.com by clicking Tools > Save Scan Results, we'll analyze it and report back ASAP :)
     
  8. Onur

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    I sent suspicious file and my log. Thank you. I am waiting your answer :doubt:
     
  9. PrevxHelp

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    Thank you for the report - this file is indeed legitimate. If you right click on the list entry in the Prevx interface and click "Report as a false positive", that will immediately prevent your local copy from detecting the file.

    I will have all Prevx users updated shortly with the corrected determination :)

    Thank you for the report!
     
  10. Onur

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    Pheew.. Good sleep for me tonight :) Thank you for everything. You are really good helper :thumb:
     
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