Moved this to Malware Discussion > Home User Assitance in the hope someone from that department will spot it.
In the meanwhile I suggest submitting the file by email.
Email file to: Virus_Research@avertlabs.com
When submitting samples via E-mail all samples must be packaged in a .ZIP file and if you believe it to be a false detection, the email header should start with the word "False" (minus the "").
Additionally, any .ZIP file created must be password-protected using the password "infected" (minus the ""). Failure to follow these guidelines will cause your submission to be rejected.
If you've done that properly an automated response should be received almost immediately, followed by a manual one, usually within 24 - 48 hours.
If you don't receive anything it either means the file was submitted incorrectly or the response is sitting in your Junk or Spam mail folders.
**If they respond that it is an infection and you are sure it is not, reply to that email immediately ( to Virus_Research@avertlabs.com ) and insert the word 'False' (minus the '') in front of the header, but keep the rest of the header intact.
The file is malicious.
Only two vendors actually have a signature detection for it, Dr.Web and Nod32. I have sent the file to the lab, the file is being sent for further processing.
Thanks for the heads up. I sent the file to McAfee and their initial review of it was that it wasn't malicious, but they still had to do an in depth analysis.