Although I didn,t do a (thorough) search of this particular file. It basically is listed as a Trojan, or a Pup at a minimum.
I recommend running McAfee Getsusp,please enter your Email address under "Preferences" before scanning.
You can then Follow up with Malwarebytes (Free) Version as a second Opinion.
Both of these Superb (Free Tools) and more can be found in the following Link:
All the Best,
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If I may...Also suggest reading this Article from Fellow Moderator Hayton.
In addition, in Version 13.6 File Exclusion has been re-introduced. However you do so at your own risk, unless it has been Cleared/Whitelisted. If you still feel that the File/Program is safe, see here:
This may be more appropriate moved to Malware Discussion.
Seems that file is required for World of Warcraft.
The file may be okay if it comes from a reputable download source but it depends where the poster actually got it from.
Would the poster care to say where he got it from? Then we can test the download and see what the problem is.
It seems that you are using a file that is not verified as a secure Application. From the name it implies to be Key Generator which is supposed to be Potentially Unwanted Program or even a Malware. I would suggest to check if the file is safe before we proceed further by navigating to http://www.virustotal.com and post back Analysis results.
If you need this to work with an application and you are sure that it is safe, then you must go into your antivirus program and tell it to allow this executable file to run.
Since this thread is over a (Month) old. Have you resolved your issue? As I stated and others as well, it is best that you submit your detection to McAfee Labs to be cleared . For even if you (Exclude) the file/program ( McAfee Version 13.6 ) it will be detected again. ( Of course I am referring to the Consumer Product)
It is possible after analysis, it may be deemed safe. Quite often it indeed determines where one downloads from. However to keep your best interests at heart, and of course your System. I recommend as suggested.
Or at least submit it to Virus Total/or Herdprotect to see if other Anti-Virus engines detect it as well.
Edited: By Catdaddy 9/29/2014