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Probable Traces false positives

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Hi francois,

Please submit files as described in #3 here. Attach the report as well


We should not rely on the names but dwspy32.dll could belong to the development Tools by

Desaware company. And actually its SpyWorks, which is legit debugging Tool, but by the nature of what it's doing it can be considered as “hacking”. So if that's the case and confirmed -you will need just whitelist it.

The similar (whitelisting) may apply to the entry like

… \Uninstall\ST4UNST #1...”. Sometimes the legit Software creates keys in the registry that just by the location can be considered as spyware traces. But you have to know whether the associated files are installed (currently present)... Those could be just leftovers as well, and that is you to decide about cleaning the Registry

Since you most likely ran just a Quick Scan (only 587 files were scanned) it probably would be better to perform the Deep Scan

If you are not having the GUI version installed - just start it from "Emergency USB Stick" (no installation needed).

Manually Update prior to scanning. In addition you will be able more conveniently submit from the detection list

My regards

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