I've edited the thread header to include the Artemis detection ID and moved the whole thing to the Artemis section.
Your IT department should know that no antivirus is 100% guaranteed as there are so many ways that a computer user can introduce an infection, however that said Artemis by definition means the antivirus found something it thought was suspicious, not necessarily malicious.
If you feel it is false then you can appeal. I wrote something for consumers yet you say you use Enterprise software, but it may still help: What To Do When McAfee Detects Software As An Infection - How to Submit To McAfee Labs & Appeal
BTW it's been years since I used VSE so have no idea what to advise except the Artemis detection will be in your Quarantine folder where I believe it's possible to trust it if you wish.
Hello Ex_Brit. Thank you for helping. For editing my thread header and for correctly placing into group section.
One side says detection occured the other side says Detections: 0
Also strange in this screenshot is the amount of files scanned vs. the total time that it took to scan them.
I think I'll try to run another scan on top of this one.
Thank you sir.
I've started a thread in the VSE forum. Got me a moderator!
No luck yet though. Still trying to ID malware.
Thanks for your help.
OK good luck
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I've marked the file with MD5 hash of "dccd7aab9bd64c5f4ab7ba1211edd18c", as clean. It shouldn't be detected going forward.
Why would you not want it to detect?
I couldn't find it doing anything malicious. Of course, if you have more context on why it should be detected, please share. We often have to make decisions in a vacuum, due to lack of information/behavior/replication, etc.