I've been reading dozens of posts about this for the last two weeks.
Those end up taking me back to Mcafee Labs "AVERT", so I created an account and submitted the file.
It came back two minutes later and said it was a Generic.dx!dvm
And nothing else.
It doesn't fix the problem, it only tells me the same thing that Mcafee already tells me.
Labs tells me to contact support, and support tells me to contact labs.See below
McAfee Labs - Beaverton
Current Scan Engine Version:5400.1158
Current DAT Version:6225.0000
Thank you for your submission.
Analysis ID: 6464206
Name Findings Detection Type Extra xclient.exe current detection generic.dx!vdm Trojan no
current detection [ xclient.exe ]
The file received is infected and can be detected and removed with our current DAT files and engine. It is recommended that you update your DAT and engine files and scan your computer again.
If you are not seeing this with the product you are using, please speak with technical support so that they can help you determine the cause of this discrepancy.
Then you should reply to that email disputing their findings adding the word FALSE in front of the header.
If you would have read the link's that we provided, you would have seen that;
First sorry but we do not like files posted in forum Can you please zip it and send it password protected (infected is the pssword) as follows. When they reply saying it is infected reply back asking for a review.
You should listen to what Ex_Brit said, because he is a volunteer moderator, and knows more than I do,