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Trojan.Zbot.FKV reported by MalwareBytes Anti-malware Software v 2.0.

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Today is April 14 but MalwareBytes Anti-malware v2.0.1.1004 reports the file C:\Program Files (x86)\Elaborate Byes\VirtualCloneDrive\VCDMount.exe as a Trojan.Zbot.FKV and places it in Quarantine.

Is this a false positive? The file's never changed since I installed it and has the following hash value: (SHA-256) 9cd3f17c2f323696ef3a9793ba0324fe15d501c7f368e1e545ed08171488a02b

Someone from this organization needs to report this to MalwareBytes or people will stop using the product.

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First restore the file from the quarantine to its original place. Visit VirusTotal and upload your file and scan it. If there is a false positive about the file, the scanners will indicate the file is safe.

However, I have installed and scanned the file and it's safe to use. The detection ratio is 0/51. Use the online contact form to report this error to Malwarebytes developers.

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