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Creeper.472.B False Positive?


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This popped up on the ESET Protect Cloud console this morning.  Livegrid has never seen it before.  A quick Google search did not provide much information.  Any idea on this one folks?

Thanks.

 

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2 minutes ago, Marcos said:

Sounds like a prehistoric DOS detection from 20-30 years ago. Please submit the file to samples[at]eset.com as a possible false positive.

Will do.  Thank you.

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Is there any other way to send you this file?  I am unable to email it due to our security policies.

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We have already fixed it, it's a detection from 1999. In the mean time, you can create a detection exclusion for the detection name.

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1 minute ago, Marcos said:

We have already fixed it, it's a detection from 1999. In the mean time, you can create a detection exclusion for the detection name.

Will do.  Thanks.  :)

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14 minutes ago, Trooper said:

Will do.  Thanks.  :)

By the way, a really interesting FP which is triggered only on this very day and would not be triggered after the midnight.

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6 minutes ago, Marcos said:

By the way, a really interesting FP which is triggered only on this very day and would not be triggered after the midnight.

Is it a full moon or something?  ;)

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