If you download the latest version of Adobe Flash for Firefox, Adobe installs a download manager called "getPlus(R)" which is described as a "Download-, Upload- and Installation Manager". It is programmed by NOS Microsystems Ltd - http://www.nosltd.com/
Currently one of the files in the XPI package is being detected by Artemis (np_gp.dll - Artemis!F38D47880AB4 (Trojan) )
Hopefully will be sorted out by McAfee Labs at some stage soon, but as Admin's you are possibly going to see this due to how widely installed Flash is.
Although I have flagged your feedback within McAfee, I would appreciate if you could contact McAfee technical Support to have a case logged if you have not done so already.
No issue here. 8.5i, 5926 DAT, 5400 engine. \program files\mozilla firefox\plugins\np_gp.dll is dated 12/1/09, version 126.96.36.199. It has an Adobe Systems digital signature.
Looks like the problem is back - just logged a call with McAfee
2/26/2010 11:30:10 AM Deleted C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe C:\Temp\ICD2.tmp\np_gp.dll Artemis!2ABB0E96DFBF (Trojan)
Is there any possibility that VirusScan is detecting older versions of DLM that are affected by "APSB10-08 Security update released for the Adobe Download Manager"? If so I see this as a positive service. Manually identifying all computers with getPlus(R) and then uninstalling will take a long time, so if VirusScan takes care of these files for me, I can work on other issues.