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Hello all,

I bought a new GPS navigator device and connected it to my PC in order to update it. My ESET antivirus instantly scanned it and warned me that it is infected with Win32/Bundpil.AI worm (it removed it with success). Is there a possibility that this warning was actually a False Positive? (The GPS device tried to execute  without success 3-4 .exe files. Maybe eset identified this behavior as suspicious?). On the other hand if my new GPS device was infected with this worm, what actions should I take in order to be sure that my PC was not infected?

Thank you!

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The detection is 5 years old and no false positives have been reported.

You can email samples[at]eset.com with ELC logs with also quarantined files collected if you want to make sure the detection is correct.

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