2 Replies Latest reply on Dec 5, 2014 10:42 AM by catdaddy

    Ran GetSusp For First Time - ID'd 2 Suspicious Files.  What Next???

    mzink

      Well, I ran GetSusp for first time and the scan identified two suspicious files.  Problem is, I'm not smart enough to determine what the log means.  Results are below.  Any advice for a newbie?

       

      Thanks!

       

      -Mike

       

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      <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

      <?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="Logs\GetSusp.xsl"?>

      <!-- GetSusp Results -->

      <GetSusp>

      <Preamble>

      <product_name value="GetSusp" />

      <version value="3.0.0.373" />

      <date_run value="Fri Dec 05 10:03:44 2014" />

      </Preamble>

      <SystemInfo>

      <osversion value="Microsoft Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (build 7601), 64-bit" />

      <windir value="C:\Windows" />

      <sysdir value="C:\Windows\system32" />

      <computername value="MZINK-PC" />

      </SystemInfo>

      <CustomerInfo>

      </CustomerInfo>

      <scan-end-time value="Fri Dec 05 10:04:18 2014" />

      <Scan-Summary>

      <Identified-Files value="788" />

      <Digitally-Signed value="734" />

      <Artemis value="33" />

      <Known-Files-Database value="0" />

      <Suspicious-Files value="2" />

      <Not-Scanned value="19" />

      </Scan-Summary>

      <Preferences>

      <Online value="1" />

      <Silent value="0" />

      <Contains-Sample value="1" />

      <KFDB-Connected value="0" />

      <Proxy-Enabled value="0" />

      <Execution-Path value="C:\Users\mzink\Documents\McAfee" />

      <Zip-Path value="C:\Users\mzink\Documents\McAfee" />

      </Preferences>

      </GetSusp>