June 27, 2017 at 2:17 am #12187IanGuest
Some time between Thursday (6/22) and Monday (6/26), AVG Business Edition started detecting a trojan signature in the CCEnhancer executable (CCEnhancer-4.4.2.exe) named “SCGeneric2.tcv.”
I haven’t updated this executable recently, so I can only assume that AVG’s definitions were updated and subsequently triggered a threat detection. I allowed AVG to remove the file and I re-downloaded CCEnhancer, but AVG again flagged the executable.
Is anyone else seeing this? Is it safe to whitelist CCEnhancer-4.4.2.exe?
Thanks in advance.June 27, 2017 at 11:41 am #12188July 1, 2017 at 12:05 am #12191CharlesGuest
I also use AVG and detect it … have windows 7 x86. Virustotal does not mark it, I do not know why. Metadefender.com detects it, look here: Look at this control instead
Metadefender is a site similar to viruses by OPSWAT.July 1, 2017 at 10:15 am #12193
1 from 40. It’s 100% problem of AVG. I wrote to the AVG technical support of false positives.
Windows 11 Insider Preview, x64July 5, 2017 at 12:09 am #12273
Thank you for contacting AVG.
The detection of provided file by AVG was incorrect, and we can confirm that the file is safe. The detection was removed in a recent AVG update.
Windows 11 Insider Preview, x64