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whost.exe and remcmdstub.exe (related to ctfmon ?) identified as threats and quarantined; why?


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These two modules showed up on my pc in the AppData\Roaming\yKVwEB6x subdirectory with a date of 8/22/2020, first detected by Malware Fighter 8/22, finally quarantined 8/28 when I consented to it. The rest of the modules are all dated before 3/22/2018. Why were these detected? How get a good copy of them as I presume ctfmon is actually something that could be useful.

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Hi BillK,

Thanks for your feedback. 

To check whether it is a false positive, please take the steps as follows:
1. Make sure you update to the latest IObit Malware Fighter with the latest database and scan again to see whether the issue repeats. 
2. If it does, please zip the suspicious files with the password "infected", upload it to www.wikisend.com, and then give us the download link

Looking forward to hearing from you.

 

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