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Fake "Incidents" for Microsoft Edge / Winword / Rundll32


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For quite some time now, I've been seeing heaps of false "Incidents" displayed in the management console's incidents panel. "msedge.exe", "rundll32.exe" and "winword.exe" are listed as having shown "suspicious behaviour" or "blocked activity". Please note that these are definitely the normal, valid, non-infected executables running on various non-infected PCs in our company network. See attached Screenshot.

It seems to me that the incident reporting is a bit overzealous... 🤨 I know that especially "rundll32.exe" can be abused by malware, but this is all fake stuff. The PCs are clean, run-of-the-mill office PCs.

Any insights on this?

Thanks!

Rayonr

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