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Hello,

Sorry if my question is somehow stupid, but I would like to know why at the end of many identified infections it is often written [krnl.xmd].  What does it mean?
for example: Trojan.GenericKD.33299668 (B) [krnl.xmd]

Thank you in advance!

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15 hours ago, mastera said:

I would like to know why at the end of many identified infections it is often written [krnl.xmd].  What does it mean?

It identifies the module in BitDefender's scanning engine which detected the file. I would believe it's there for use in false positive reports.

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