I have been trying to play an old computer game called The Temple of Elemental Evil.
Unfortunately, the game needs a mod pack to work correctly. The mod pack, and thus, the game do not work as 2 programs associated with the game are being identified by McAfee as suspect items that are quarantined.
The 2 items being quarantined are: tfe-x.tfe and toee.exe
Both items have the same code of Artemis!4EC67D890648.
Other players have already noted that McAfee will create a false positive on these 2 items. Some have already had McAfee whitelist the items for their computers.
How do I get these items to be fixed by McAfee for my computer?
Thanks in advance for your help,
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Submit the samles separately as a zipped password protected file and when you get a reply reply immediadely changing teh subject to False +ve and name of detection ie Artemis!4EC67D890648. Say why you feel it is a false detection.
Do this for both files
Post the analysis Ids here (that is shown on the reply and it no fix in 4 days I will escalate it to a lab tech.
The Analysis ID for the tfe-x.tfe file is : 7790411
I kept sending in the toee.exe file, but never received a reply email for that one. I've tried multiple times.
I assume it was zipped and passworded correctly? I will ask a lab tech to look at it.
Are the files from the mod pack or the old game files?
Also restore the files and run getsusp from
Add your email addy into the program preferencesMessage was edited by: Peacekeeper on 7/11/13 6:14:41 AM
Initially, no; eventually, yes.
I believe that they are from the mod pack.
It's strange. Now, McAfee is quarantining a 3rd file with the exact same Artemis identification, but with no name to the file.
Thanks again, Tony, for your help in this matter.
I have messaged my contact please run getsusp and not the zip fles names it produces . Restore all files from quarantine first
Thank you so much, Tony and vinoo, for all your help on this!
I won't have a chance to check it out till later tomorrow, but I'm really looking forward to it.