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Re: ATP Detecting GoogleUpdate.exe as Threat Name "Attempted Credential Theft"

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Thanks for the reply Hasib. I already had googleupdate.exe listed as a low risk process in the OAS settings and it was still being detected. Maybe if McAfee had released the extension prior to releasing the credential theft functionality I could've just disabled the functionality in ATP.

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RAPID 7 Agent and Adobe Flash was also reported wrong and caused us a lot of trouble

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We have been searching almost 3 full days on that issue.

Since we have TIE/ATP in place at a customer this was even more complicated to find out. ENS 10.7 APRIL 2020 fixes another BUG we reported with the Exceptions by Detection name ATP/45454765 (The Forwards Slash not working) and now this?

We first have seen this with RAPID 7 Agent where it would be logic because you have two security products which target SAM/LSASS. 

Then days later we have seen Alerts from Adobe Flash Update Internet Explorer on older W7 clients.

Good luck nothing else happened!

 

Here is the Options with ENS 10.7. APRIL 2020 Release integrated in German enviroment.

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