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  • Can you please give some information on this file.

    C:\ProgramData\IObit\Software Updater\Download\6b60a3d818b48e3f97dda38138e54ca5_IObitDel_wzueus.exe

    Detected as a virus, and according to hybrid-analysis.com

    https://www.hybrid-analysis.com/samp...8f09391d1df8bf

    This file drops

    4/72 Antivirus vendors marked dropped file "setup.exe" as malicious (classified as "W32.AIDetectVM" with 5% detection rate)
    4/72 Antivirus vendors marked dropped file "AutoHotkeyU32.exe" as malicious (classified as "Trojan.Malware.121218" with 5% detection rate)
    3/73 Antivirus vendors marked dropped file "Ahk2Exe.exe" as malicious (classified as "W32.AIDetectVM" with 4% detection rate)
    4/73 Antivirus vendors marked dropped file "Unicode 32-bit.bin" as malicious (classified as "Trojan.Malware.121218" with 5% detection rate)
    4/73 Antivirus vendors marked dropped file "AutoHotkeyA32.exe" as malicious (classified as "malicious.moderate.ml" with 5% detection rate)
    2/73 Antivirus vendors marked dropped file "AutoHotkeyU64.exe" as malicious (classified as "Trojan.Malware.121218" with 2% detection rate)
    7/73 Antivirus vendors marked dropped file "ANSI 32-bit.bin" as malicious (classified as "malicious.moderate.ml" with 9% detection rate)

    I'm guessing that the file is not directly related to IObit, but rather something that IObit was auto-updating?

    Many Thanks in advance.

  • #2
    Never mind, its obviously the updater for AutoHotkeys, after a little googling, autohotkeys is sometimes flagged by anti-virus software.

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