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I picked this one at random to reply to. You've posted 19 of these, and none of them gives any information other than the Artemis detection name. What programs or applications are you running that trigger these detections?
Out of curiosity I looked into this one and I find that this one comes from the download of an EBook :
That and the VirusTotal analysis shows the download to be risky, with the possibility that you would also acquire keylogging software from the download.
So I would say that in this case it may not be a false positive. I haven't investigated the other 18 that you posted about.
If you want to have these files checked you need to submit them for analysis. See
one of the files is programm "Fakturka" (polish), the second "metin2.bin" in Metin 2 game (polish).
thesse file are clean.
if you know the rest of the files you want to invite to private messages
I made the assumption that the reports I found were for the same download that you were trying to get. If I was wrong, then I apologise. The Artemis detection will be for the same reason, though : a potential risk, probably from a keylogging program. Artemis detections are difficult to assess because they rely on heuristic analysis. That's why you need to submit all of those files for checking (see the links I gave above).
Ok, I sent the files to the laboratory.
But I want to report that the removal of FP by mail or Getsusp is long, and here on the forum help is fast
When you get the auto reply back reply to the email saying False Positive and detection name.
Post the analysis Id here (add them also for the others) and post back in 3 days or so if not answer back . We can then stir a tech ito look up the detection but we must give them a chance to reply.
Artemis!BF5B73A4CB31 has been suppressed.