3 Replies Latest reply on Jul 24, 2017 4:31 AM by Peacekeeper

    False Artemis!3F54BD360F75

    jsterr

      Dear McAfee Admins,

       

      the file bcwmsc.exe ist part of Extensis Suitcase 4 Installer and not a Virus / Trojaner

      The above file will be unpacked  when started when starting "Suitcase Fusion 4 v15.0.6.exe"

      Please accept this file as clean.

       

      Thanks,

      Johann

       

      McAfee Labs - Beaverton                                                               

      Current Scan Engine Version:5900.7806                                                 

      Current DAT Version:8586.0000                                                         

      Thank you for your submission.                                                        

       

      Analysis ID: 10385737

       

      File Name            Findings                       Detection                    Type         Extra

      --------------------|------------------------------|---------------------------- |------------|-----

      bcwmsc.exe          |inconclusive                  |                            |            |no  

       

      inconclusive [bcwmsc.exe]                                                                         

       

         Automated analysis was not able to determine that this file is malware. This file is  

      being sent for further processing and the DAT files will potentially be updated if    

      detection of this sample is warranted.                                                

       

      Note –                                                                                

       

      Due to the prevalence of network gateway AV products, it is important that all        

      submissions be zipped and the zip file password-protected (password - infected). Some 

      products will reject an email that contains a virus that is not sent in this way. In  

      addition, often we receive a file that appears not to have been infected, to find     

      later that the file was infected when it left the sender, and was cleaned somewhere   

      along the line.                                                                       

       

      Regards,