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Topic # 138749 15-Jan-2014 15:10
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Comodo is prompting me all the time to install the file in the image, ususallly I just click yea yea yea, until I had a key stroke logger installed recently which  Malwarebytes picked up, so now I actually read what the HIPS says.

I can't make any sense from the net if it's ok or just a windows system file, I have deleted it several times, but it comes back, so do I just let it install it's self??

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  Reply # 967618 15-Jan-2014 15:14
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Upload it to VirusTotal and see what it says

https://www.virustotal.com

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  Reply # 967620 15-Jan-2014 15:18
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It looks like migrateconfig.exe is something to do with Microsoft IIS?

And msi9e43.tmp has something to do with SRS Labs which is an audio company?




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 967631 15-Jan-2014 16:06
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garbonzai: Comodo is prompting me all the time to install the file in the image, ususallly I just click yea yea yea, until I had a key stroke logger installed recently which  Malwarebytes picked up, so now I actually read what the HIPS says.



haha sounds like the typical user response to any popups, click it away cause it isnt important!





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  Reply # 967745 15-Jan-2014 19:30
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Checked with https://www.virustotal.com and it was fine.

So I let it install/do it's thing and then ran Malwarebytes and nothing.

What ever it was it's in the system now, think I worried about nothing.




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