McAfee is incorrectly identifying two executables for Freenet (http://freenetproject.org/) as trojans:
freenetlauncher.exe - Artemis!82C33D97FD3C
freenettray.exe - Artemis!D15711371E33
I realize Freenet is kind of funky, but I'm pretty sure it's not actually a trojan. I used "Send to McAfee" from the quarantine list. Is there anything else I need to do?
Sorry, should have thought of that...
From the About screen (and, hey, shouldn't I be able to copy & paste info from that window?):
DAT Version 6089
Engine Version 5400.1158
McAfee Personal Firewall
That enough to identify what I've got?
McAfee Artemis Technology is an added protection that secures your computer from threats as they strike by allowing your McAfee security software to check with McAfee servers in real-time to identify new threats and take appropriate action to protect your computer.
As in your case; they require no effort on your part as we have automatically added this additional protection for our customers. In the future, you may see that a suspicious file has been quarantined or blocked. You can identify this as being an Artemis detection by its name, which will begin with the word Artemis.
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Right, I gathered that. My point was that, in the specific instance of these two files, Artemis is quarantining them, but I don't want them quarantined. I know what these files do, and I am confident that they are not actually a threat. The source code is publicly available, and the project is supported by people I respect. That's why my subject line referred to it as a "false positive".