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Is anyone else finding bladibindi!ml in files from 3d-load.net?
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I have had windows security flag files from 3d-load.net for this trojan two times so far. Is this a false positive? Is anyone else getting this? How serious is it?
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(Mar 04, 2021, 14:48 pm)trollcat Wrote: I have had windows security flag files from 3d-load.net for this trojan two times so far. Is this a false positive? Is anyone else getting this? How serious is it?

allow the file and extract it, remove the allow in Defender and custom scan the extracted files, if the files don't come up as anything then it’s a false positive. basically all of them that have been flagged, were all false positives
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(Mar 05, 2021, 09:48 am)scoobydude51 Wrote: allow the file and extract it, remove the allow in Defender and custom scan the extracted files, if the files don't come up as anything then it’s a false positive. basically all of them that have been flagged, were all false positives

You mean to say have had files from 3D-Load get flagged for bladibindi (or another trojan)? And you've never found anything upon extracting them?

The first time I had a file from 3d-load test positive for a trojan I just deleted it. The second time I uploaded the .rar archive to virustotal, and it did not detect anything. However that doesn't necessarily mean there was nothing there...
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(Mar 05, 2021, 14:17 pm)trollcat Wrote:
(Mar 05, 2021, 09:48 am)scoobydude51 Wrote: allow the file and extract it, remove the allow in Defender and custom scan the extracted files, if the files don't come up as anything then it’s a false positive. basically all of them that have been flagged, were all false positives

You mean to say have had files from 3D-Load get flagged for bladibindi (or another trojan)? And you've never found anything upon extracting them?

The first time I had a file from 3d-load test positive for a trojan I just deleted it. The second time I uploaded the .rar archive to virustotal, and it did not detect anything. However that doesn't necessarily mean there was nothing there...

there's literally nothing. the anti-virus software is detecting some signature in the rar file that is similar to certain malware. and i'm noticing that 3D-Load is now using the .zip format instead of the .rar format for the files.
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