I would recommend that you run the latest McAfee Getsusp Tool, while it will not remove any Unknown\Suspicious files. It will detect them on your system and report it to the Global Threat Intelligent Base. Simply enter your Email Address under 'Preferences' in the Getsusp Interface, before scanning.
For a second opinion, I would run the latest Stinger (Read how to use) Right click and run as 'Administrator'. Follow up with running Malewarebytes (Free). To keep it free,do not accept the Free trial\or activate the (Pro) version.
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All the best,
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The Quarantine folder is still there under Navigation, then scroll down the list. You have to click it to expand the list. More details should be shown there and it's easier than going down system reports.
From what you say, it's probably a false finding.
If there's nothing in the Quarantine folder I would ignore the warning unless it keeps occurring then maybe try to locate where it's coming from and erase that.
Also check and attached drives especially USB ones.
Thanks for adding that Mate
last line in my previous post should read:
Also check any attached drives especially USB ones.
Just a note that the detection is for a trojan, not a virus.
I finally had a chance to check the old computer. It is actually a ZIP for Wave Repair 4.6, from 2002. It's some ancient program for editing WAV files. I had been digitizing a few records (vinyl for you younger folk) back then. I double-checked on that computer, which has MSE, and it found nothing. It probably is a false detection. I have no need for for the program anyways. It was just in a big directory of stuff I have downloaded over the years. I just deleted it from Quarantine.
Glad that all is okay,and your concerns were addressed
Glad it's sorted...all the best ;-)