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CCEnhancer – AVG detects trojan \"SCGeneric2.tcv\"

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    Ian
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    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.

    #12188 Reply
    Phobos
    Moderator

    Look at this check. I do not see any problems.

    Windows 10 Insider Preview, x64

    #12191 Reply
    Charles
    Guest

    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.

    #12193 Reply
    Phobos
    Moderator

    1 from 40. It’s 100% problem of AVG. I wrote to the AVG technical support of false positives.

    Windows 10 Insider Preview, x64

    #12273 Reply
    Phobos
    Moderator

    Hello,

    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 10 Insider Preview, x64

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