1 of 1 people found this helpful
I'd recommend you to submit this file to McAfee Labs via Service Portal (preferred) or via email@example.com and then contact technical support so they can escalate your request to McAfee Las. You will need to provide the work id or analysis ID regarding your submission so they can escalate your request. Once confirmed it's a real clean file they will provide you a negative extra.dat or another solution to do not detect this file anymore.
Hope this helps.
Thanks for that I have raised call. I will post if this is a false positive.
Here is the response from McAfee Labs -
Thank you for submitting your suspicious file.
For the file:CMDOW.EXE,CMDOW142.EXE (note - older version)
Detection is corrected in the latest source and Dats for the files(CMDOW.EXE,CMDOW142.EXE). We were detecting as Generic DX a few days ago but this has been rectified now.Kindly update to the latest Dats to see the correct PUP detection.