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JTI.Suspect.19661215fc714f4e382

Virus scan repeatedly quarantines EZCA.exe file identifying the captioned malware as the threat. Is this a false/positive or a legitimate threat?

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Reliable Contributor Peacekeeper
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Re: JTI.Suspect.19661215fc714f4e382

best way to see is to submit the file as per

How to submit virus samples and false positives to McAfee 

That said also submit the file at www.virustotal.com and see how many products say it is bad.

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Re: JTI.Suspect.19661215fc714f4e382

Hello, To me it looks like a false-positive but it should be confirmed with additional investigation or sample submission. That article could be helpful: http://windowsbulletin.com/files/exe/ezdok-software/ezdok-camera-for-microsoft-flight-simulator-x/ez...
In case above information was useful or answered your question, please select "Accept as Solution" in my reply, or give a Kudo. Thanks!
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