You can restore the files from quarantine. It was 7z.sfx which was detected incorrectly as as a PUA as a result of refactoring the DealPly PUA detection. The detection was actually temporarily disabled in 23636 buta it seems that pico updates have re-enabled it until 23637 was released.
Thank you for your message. The best way to exclude this detection would be to create an advanced exclusion.
Below an example of an advanced exclusion to exclude code injection triggered by a legitimate process:
<condition component="CodeInjectionInfo" property="CodeInjectionType" condition="is" value="ApcQueue" />
<condition component="FileItem" property="FileName" condition="is" value="ppwatchersvc64.exe" />
<condition component="FileItem" property="Path" condition="is" value="%PROGRAMFILES%\path\app\" />
Change the FileName and Path accordingly. As mentioned above, this is an example, you can add or remove some conditions if needed. Then Select the rules being triggered and this should exclude the detections.
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